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?
Library Assistant (Part-time)
Hours: 22½ hrs/week – Mon– Fri 0800–1230 (term-time) and library cover in the holidays (0900-1700) split between team members.
Hourly rate: £9.80
The European School of Osteopathy is looking for a part-time Library Assistant to work in its student library. The role will be based on the frontline desk, directly supporting students and staff as they access resources in the library; issuing and returning resources including books, journals and anatomical models and supporting online services.
Previous experience of working in a library and or in Higher Education would be beneficial, but is not a pre-requisite for this role.
The successful applicant must have excellent oral and written communication skills. Accuracy, attention to detail and good IT skills are key requirements. A desire to provide excellent customer service and evidence of an ability to work on your own and as part of a small team is required.
The ESO celebrates diversity and welcomes applications from all
Applications are by application form only to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you require further details about the vacancy, please contact Jacquie Harris, Corporate Services Manager, Tel: 01622 671558 or E-mail on: email@example.com.
Closing date for applications: Friday 25th August 2017
Interviews: Week commencing 11th September 2017
Career Opportunities – Osteopathic Vacancies
2017-2018 will be another exciting year for the ESO. With another strong intake into year one, we are again looking to expand our team of lecturing assistants. 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?
Lecturing Assistant Vacancies
Reports to: Lecturer
Salary: B5/C2 £35.19 or £42.22 per session (half-day)
We are looking to add a strong team of osteopaths who will facilitate first class delivery of both our new and existing programmes. the part-time nature of the roles means that one person can apply or more than one vacancy, and the roles can be fitted alongside practice commitments.
We have vacancies across all days of the week in the following topics:
BLT, Osteopathic Technique, Osteopathy Tutorials, MET, GMS, Osteopathic Concepts and Evaluation, SAT, Clinical Integration Techniques, GOT, Physical Evaluation, Clinical Neurology and Visceral.
To apply for this position please complete an application form.
If you would like to discuss any of these opportunities further please contact Teresa Kahl (Head of Department Osteopathic Technique and Skills) or Jacquie Harris (Corporate Services Manager) firstname.lastname@example.org. Any queries regarding the application process should be emailed to email@example.com
Closing date for applications – Friday 18th August 2017
Interviews are likely to take place w/c 28th August 2017
Visceral Osteopathy Lecturer Vacancy
Reports to: Head of Department (Osteopathic Technique and Skills)
Salary: £36,769.26 – £39,729.00
Hours: 50 hours, days of work negotiable
The ESO is recruiting for a Visceral Osteopathy lecturer to teach across 3 years of the MOst programme from September 2017. Years 3 and 4 of the programme remain on the existing curriculum and receive 30 and 12 hours of teaching respectively. Year 1 students will receive an introduction to Visceral as part of the new curriculum validated by Buckinghamshire New University beginning in September 2017.
The successful candidate will have a PGCertHE or similar qualification and experience of teaching Visceral Osteopathy.
Visceral osteopathy has traditionally been an important part of the osteopathic curriculum at the ESO. It will assume a greater importance in the new curriculum which emphasises a holistic approach to the body in function and dysfunction. Visceral concepts and approaches will form an important and routine part of evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of clinic patients in accordance with our values statement.
A visceral lecturer is required who can promote high levels of student visceral conceptual and clinical competence within a total integrative approach to patients. He/She will also use Visceral Osteopathy as a treatment modality in practice
To apply for this position please complete an application form.
Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5.00 pm on Friday 11th August 2017. If you have any queries about this position, please contact email@example.com.
The ESO is a University College and registered charity that provides Masters Level education in osteopathy and delivers around 20,000 treatments per annum through its local Clinic. We are seeking additional Trustees to complement the existing team, particularly in the areas of fund-raising, legal academic management and property management. Commitment is approximately six half-days per year, unpaid but travel and other necessary expenses may be claimed. This is a real opportunity to contribute in the areas of education and community health provision. For more information please contact the PA to the Executive Team, Jessica Williams:-
T: 01622 671558 ext 225
The ESO is committed to providing equal opportunities in employment and to avoiding unlawful discrimination. It is our commitment that no job applicant or employee shall receive less favourable treatment because of their gender, marital or civil partnership status, sexual orientation, colour, race, ethnic origin, religion, disability or age; not be disadvantaged by any other conditions or requirements which are irrelevant. The ESO is committed to providing equal opportunities in the recruitment, training and development and promotion of employees. The ESO also strives to ensure that the work environment is free of harassment and bullying and that everyone is treated with dignity and respect. If any employee considers that they have been unfairly treated, they should make a complaint which will be dealt with through the ESO’s grievance procedure. To view the ESO’s Equal Opportunities and Diversity Policies please click here.