School/Unit: Cardiff School of Sport and Health Sciences
Location: Cyncoed Campus, Cardiff
Salary: Grade 7A/B, £40,322 – £45,361 per annum
Hours: 37 hours per week
Welsh University of the Year 2021 by The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide.
Our performance in this year’s Guide is exceptional. Our University was the biggest riser in Wales, and the third biggest in the UK, placing us in the UK top 40 for student satisfaction with teaching quality and the wider student experience.
We are very pleased that our strong performance has resulted in the University attracting high numbers of well qualified students and we are now seeking additional staff in both our academic schools and professional services departments.
Cardiff School of Sport and Health Sciences is a recognised centre of excellence in the UK and has established a national and international reputation for the quality of its academic and research work in the areas of sport and health sciences. Based across the Cyncoed and Llandaff campuses, we provide a broad range of vocationally focused academic programmes and pride ourselves on good student feedback and excellent graduate employability. Many of our programmes are professionally accredited to meet the requirements of the sport and healthcare professions and we engage closely with industry to provide consultancy services and professional development programmes. Our School also delivers a thriving research culture, with over 100 PhD students across a variety of disciplines. The wellbeing of our staff, students and our local community underpins everything we do as we continue to add value through our teaching, innovation and research.
You will be an enthusiastic and friendly professional with excellent communication and interpersonal skills coupled with a commitment to providing an excellent student experience. An established or promising research profile in the field of Sport Performance Analysis and very good teaching experience on relevant programmes is essential.
To be successful you will further enrich our students’ experience through your expertise and subject knowledge as evidenced through your qualifications and experience.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
You will be required to make a significant contribution to the delivery of our Sport Performance Analysis, contributing to the delivery of our modules Athlete Learning & Sport Performance Analysis, Performance Analysis in Sport, Performance Analysis Technologies, Research Design and Practice, Sport Performance Analysis and The Role of The Analyst, Final Project, Contemporary Performance Analysis, Applied Sport Coaching and Performance Analysis Problems and Dissertation Project and other areas of our core curriculum depending on your areas of expertise and experience. Enthusiastic about student-centred pedagogy, you will contribute to education delivery, including programme management as required, across the range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. You will also make a significant contribution to employability, and professional engagement with relevant internal and external organisations, at a regional, national and international level.
You will be expected to contribute to the research profile of the department and to meet the qualitative and quantitative requirements for submission to the next Research Excellence Framework.
What we are looking for – Experience & Strengths
- A good level of knowledge relevant to the subject and professional area.
- A sound understanding of pedagogy.
- A sound understanding of research/innovation and scholarly activity.
- Ability to develop teaching and/or research programmes and the provision of learning support.
- Ability to design teaching and learning material.
- Ability to employ appropriate assessment methods.
- Ability to identify areas for improvement and to use initiative and problem-solving skills to improve performance.
- Ability to communicate and disseminate complex and conceptual ideas in a variety of ways – presentations at conferences, reports on findings, publications, feedback etc.
- Experience of HE teaching or equivalent.
- Experience of providing academic leadership and first line support/mentoring for other colleagues.
What we are looking for – Essential Qualifications
An appropriate honours degree in sport science or similar related subject with evidence of having studied performance analysis.
Ability to achieve Fellow Status as part of the Higher Education Academy’s Professional Recognition scheme, within agreed timescales (as soon as is practicably possible and definitely within three years of commencement of employment).
How to apply
If you would like to talk with us about this opportunity please contact Dr Huw Wiltshire, Acting Deputy Dean, at email@example.com
To start your application please visit www.cardiffmet.ac.uk/jobs
Closing date: Tuesday 1 December 2020, 16:30 pm.
Should a high volume of applications be received, we may need to close this vacancy early. We therefore encourage you to apply as early as possible.
We are committed to supporting and promoting equality and diversity and to creating an inclusive working environment. Our Strategic Plan underpins our commitment to recruit and retain the best talent and we welcome applications from people from diverse backgrounds. We appoint on merit.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic all of our recruitment is being conducted virtually. We aim to respond to your application as soon as possible.
Please visit our website for information about working for us, our culture, benefits, work-life balance and our career progression and development opportunities.