British School of Osteopathy Job Opportunities

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British School of Osteopathy Job Opportunities

Career Opportunities – Non-Osteopathic Vacancies

Are you looking for a new challenge?  Would you like to work as part of a team for a thriving organisation in the heart of the Kent countryside?  Would you like to work in Higher Education and provide a high quality service to great students?   If the answer to any of the above questions is yes, then why not consider working for us at the European School of Osteopathy?

We currently have no vacancies for non-osteopathic staff.

Career Opportunities – Osteopathic Vacancies

Are you looking for a new challenge?  Would you like to make the most of your PGCertHE/equivalent qualification or study for a PGCertHE?  Do you believe in providing high quality osteopathic education for students?  Would you like to work as part of a dedicated and enthusiastic team?  If the answer to any of the above questions is yes, then why not consider a career in osteopathic education?

The ESO has a vacancy for an anatomy lecturer starting September 2017

Reports to:     Head of Department (Professional Knowledge and Clinical Reasoning)

Salary:            £36,769.26 – £39,729.00

Hours:            2 days per week (term-time only)

The ESO is recruiting for an anatomy lecturer to teach year one of the MOst Osteopathy course in 2017-2018 and years one and two of the course for 2018-2019 onwards. The successful candidate will have the advantage of having the existing lecturer in post for academic session 2017-2018. The anatomy course is taught over two modules that introduce students to human anatomy that is fundamental to the practice of osteopathy. Students are introduced to the inter-dependent nature of function, structure and human movement. It will draw upon students’ developing skills of palpation and surface anatomy to reinforce their learning from a functional perspective. Students will also be introduced to the embryological underpinnings of anatomical structures and their inter-connected nature that will reinforce their understanding of osteopathic approaches to evaluation, treatment and management.