Visiting Lecturer – Sport and Exercise Science, Sport Coaching and Sports Therapy

Part Time £45.91 / Per Hour REF: NUVL0824-2
Closing deadline for applications: 08/07/2024

An exciting opportunity exists for Associate Lecturers to join a highly motivated Sport Team at Newman University, Birmingham. The subject area offers Sport and Exercise Science, Sport Coaching and Sports Therapy.

By employing interactive teaching styles and a pedagogy of partnership, Newman works together with students to make a difference to our learning communities and to students themselves. Providing a personalised student experience to a diverse student body is a hallmark of the Newman offer. We listen to our students to continually improve and shape the university experience, empowering students to succeed and grow.

What are we looking for?

We have opportunities for to the delivery of our sport and exercise science and sport coaching programmes as an Associate Lecturer. To be successful in the role you should have passion and enthusiasm teaching excellence and a desire to share your specialist knowledge with our motivated students.

Applicants should possess a postgraduate degree in sport and exercise psychology, exercise physiology, strength and conditioning, biomechanics, coaching pedagogy, sociology of sport, sports therapy or a related subject. Applicants should also have experience of teaching students within a Further or Higher Education setting. For more information about the degree programme please visit

Teaching will be on an hourly basis and will be paid at an hourly rate of £45.91 for each hour of teaching delivered (includes payment for associated preparation, marking and course administration). Shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend an interview. If you are successful at interview, and subject to pre-employment checks (as required), you will be invited to join a pool of sessional lecturers. You will be contacted by the Faculty, when your expertise is require as suitable work becomes available during the 2023/24 academic year. The number of hours available will be subject to course requirements and may be offered at short notice.

If you wish to have an informal discussion about this opportunity, please email the Head of Subject, Dr Rhys Pritchard at

If you wish to apply for this post, please complete an application form via our website: