Birmingham City University is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Nutrition in the Department of Sport and Exercise to support teaching and research across various programmes. The post sits within the Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences, and further information about the vacancy can be found below.
Birmingham City University is growing in quality and standing, with an academic STEAM agenda at the heart of our ambitions. We are transforming the lives of students and their communities, and want outstanding academics to join us in taking us on the next stage of our exciting journey.
We are continuing to invest in new academic roles across the full range of subjects and disciplines that we offer in all four of our Faculties.
Our students learn through doing. They are empowered throughout their educational journey, achieving significant educational gain and personal transformation. In recognition of this we are looking to recruit exceptional academic staff who are at the cutting edge of their disciplines, as makers, practitioners, researchers, and educators.
There has never been a better time to join us. Come and be part of the next exciting stage of our journey – apply now.
Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences
Through the work done in our Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences (HELS), we play a major part in ‘powering the front line’ of our essential health, education, and social care services within the city, throughout the region and across the country.
We train more than 2,700 healthcare professionals a year – the biggest provider of healthcare training in the West Midlands and one of the biggest in the UK. Our teaching is characterised by the practical, hands-on nature of what we offer – in industry-standard facilities.
We have invested around £10 million in the past two years into a new simulation centre at our City South campus home and a significant programme of work to the Alexander Stadium – home to the Commonwealth Games – where our sports courses will shortly move.
Our research too, is firmly focused on making an impact both at home and abroad. From tackling under-representation in professional cricket, to improving menstrual health, our researchers are looking at societal problems and making a lasting difference to them.