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

Position:        Anatomy Lecturer

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 a passion for the teaching of anatomy and a sound knowledge base.  The existing lecturer will teach year 2 of the programme 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.

To apply for this position please visit our website www.eso.ac.uk/careers and complete an application form. Applications should be sent to recruitment@eso.ac.uk by 5.00 pm on Friday 14th July 2017.  If you have any queries about this position, please contact Trevorcampbell@eso.ac.uk.

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Lecturer Position (open to internal applicants only)

The ESO is recruiting for a team of lecturers to deliver the Clinical Integration Module.    The vacancy is advertised for a September 2017 start and runs over years 1 and 2 of the course.  The classes will take place on a Thursday during term time.

Module:                Integration – Clinical Integration 1

Reports to:          Head of Department Osteopathic Integration & Consolidation (Clinical)

Salary:                  E1/E2

Hours:                  1 day per week.

 

The ESO is recruiting for a team of lecturers to deliver the Clinical Integration Module.    The vacancy is advertised for a September 2017 start and runs over years 1 and 2 of the course.  The classes will take place on a Thursday during term time.

Clinical Integration is a series of modules that integrate within the classroom and clinical context students’ developing knowledge, skills and professional attributes learnt within the themes of Core Knowledge, Osteopathic Skills and Professionalism & Identity.

A problem-based series of practically focused clinical case scenarios supported by clinical observations will enable students to integrate their knowledge, understanding and technical skills as part of their journey to becoming holistic osteopathic practitioners.

Students working in groups will explore and research aspects of the case, drawing upon their learning from the other modules and collecting information from a variety of additional sources together with their clinical observations to further refine their knowledge and understanding. These cases will also enable students to practise their physical skills critically adapted to the context of the clinical scenario, facilitating their integrated competence development.

To apply for this position please  complete an application form available below. Applications should be sent to recruitment@eso.ac.uk by  5.00 pm on Friday 14th July 2017. Any queries regarding this new module should be referred to Ceira Kinch ceirakinch@eso.ac.uk 

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Lecturer Position  (open to internal applicants only)

The ESO is recruiting for a lecturer to deliver the GOT element of the Osteopathic Skills – Osteopathic Technique, Concepts and Evaluation 1 Module of the new curriculum from September 2017. The classes will take place on a Wednesday during term time.

Module:                Osteopathic Skills – Osteopathic Technique,   Concepts and Evaluation 1

Lecture:                General Osteopathic Technique (GOT)

Reports to:           Head of Department Osteopathic Skills and Principles

Salary:                   E1/E2

Hours:                   Wednesday PMs in term-time.         

 

The ESO is recruiting for a lecturer to deliver the GOT element of the Osteopathic Skills – Osteopathic Technique, Concepts and Evaluation 1 Module of the new curriculum from September 2017.   The classes will take place on a Wednesday during term time.  

The successful candidate will be responsible for the preparation, organisation and delivery of the teaching, learning and assessment elements for the year one General Osteopathic Treatment (GOT) course. During year one, students will learn core knowledge and gain an understanding of GOT, practical skills and principles i.e. supine and prone practical routines and sidelying treatment. Lectures will be delivered using a mixture of theory and practical.  To ensure integration of teaching, learning and assessment a working knowledge of the new curriculum will be essential.

The course content will be delivered through a combination of theory and practical classes.  As years will continue to be divided into two groups, each group will receive a 1.5 hour session a week, which will consist of short lectures, small group tutorials and workshops to promote individual learner development.

The Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and a variety of presentation platforms will complement the classroom-based learning. The VLE will not only provide learning material to support teaching but also provide a channel of communication between tutors and students.

To apply for this position please  complete an application form available below. Applications should be sent to recruitment@eso.ac.uk by 5.00 pm on Friday 14th July 2017.  If you have any queries about this position, please contact TeresaKahl@eso.ac.uk

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Lecturer Position (open to internal applicants only)

The ESO is recruiting for a lecturer to deliver the Osteopathic Evaluation element of the Osteopathic Skills – Osteopathic Technique, Concepts and Evaluation 1 Module of the new curriculum from September 2017. The classes will take place on a Tuesday during term time.

Module:                Osteopathic Skills – Osteopathic Technique, Concepts and Evaluation 1

Lecture:                Osteopathic Evaluation

Reports to:           Head of Department Osteopathic Skills and Principles

Salary:                   E1/E2

Hours:                   Tuesday PMs in term-time.

 

The ESO is recruiting for a lecturer to deliver the Osteopathic Evaluation element of the Osteopathic Skills – Osteopathic Technique, Concepts and Evaluation 1 Module of the new curriculum from September 2017.  The classes will take place on a Tuesday during term time.  

The successful candidate will be responsible for the preparation, organisation and delivery of the teaching, learning and assessment elements of year one Osteopathic Evaluation. Students will be taught core practical skills for applying and understanding the osteopathic evaluation of patients.  This consists of observation, palpation, range of movements and muscle testing of axial and peripheral body regions. Some theory will accompany practical elements to allow students to develop an understanding of underlying mechanisms and clinical context. To ensure the integration of teaching, learning and assessment achieves an alignment with Osteopathic Technique (Structural), close monitoring will be needed. A working knowledge of the new curriculum will be essential.

The course content will be delivered through a combination of theory and practical classes.  As years will continue to be divided into two groups, each group will receive a 1.5 hour session a week, which will consist of short lectures, small group tutorials and workshops to promote individual learner development.

To apply for this position please  complete an application form available below. Applications should be sent to recruitment@eso.ac.uk by 5.00 pm on Friday 14th July 2017. Any queries regarding the Osteopathic Evaluation element of the module should be referred to Teresa Kahl – teresakahl@eso.ac.uk 

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Lecturer Position (open to internal applicants only)

The ESO is recruiting for a lecturer to deliver the Osteopathic Principles/Concepts element of the Osteopathic Skills – Osteopathic Technique, Concepts and Evaluation 1 Module of the new curriculum from September 2017. The classes will take place on a Wednesday during term time.

Module:                Osteopathic Skills – Osteopathic Technique, Concepts and Evaluation 1

Lecture:                Osteopathic Principles/Concepts

Reports to:           Head of Department Osteopathic Skills and Principles

Salary:                  E1/E2

Hours:                   Wednesday PMs in term-time.

The ESO is recruiting for a lecturer to deliver the Osteopathic Principles/Concepts element of the Osteopathic Skills – Osteopathic Technique, Concepts and Evaluation 1 Module of the new curriculum from September 2017.  The classes will take place on a Wednesday during term time.  

The successful candidate will be responsible for the preparation, organisation and delivery of the teaching, learning and assessment elements of the year one Osteopathic Principles/Concepts course.  This year one course gives students the foundation to enable them to apply osteopathic principles and concepts to patients in clinical practice e.g. Still’s precepts, the five structure function models and somatic dysfunction. To ensure integration of teaching, learning and assessment, a working knowledge of the new curriculum will be essential.

The course content will be delivered through a combination of theory and practical classes.  As years will continue to be divided into two groups, each group will receive a 1.5 hour session a week, which will consist of short lectures, small group tutorials and workshops to promote individual learner development.

The Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and a variety of presentation platforms will complement the classroom-based learning. The VLE will not only provide learning material to support teaching but also provide a channel of communication between tutors and students.

To apply for this position please  complete an application form available below. Applications should be sent to recruitment@eso.ac.uk by 5.00 pm on Friday 14th July 2017. Any queries regarding the Osteopathic Principles/Concepts element of the module should be referred to Teresa Kahl – teresakahl@eso.ac.uk 

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Lecturer Position (open to internal applicants only)

The ESO is recruiting for a lecturer to deliver the Osteopathic Technique (Structural) element of the Osteopathic Skills – Osteopathic Technique, Concepts and Evaluation 1 Module of the new curriculum from September 2017.   The classes will take place on a Tuesday during term time.

Module:                Osteopathic Skills – Osteopathic Technique, Concepts and Evaluation 1

Lecture:                Osteopathic Technique (Structural)

Reports to:           Head of Department Osteopathic Skills and Principles

Salary:                  E1/E2

Hours:                   Tuesday PMs in term-time.

The ESO is recruiting for a lecturer to deliver the Osteopathic Technique (Structural) element of the Osteopathic Skills – Osteopathic Technique, Concepts and Evaluation 1 Module of the new curriculum from September 2017.   The classes will take place on a Tuesday during term time.  

The successful candidate will be responsible for preparation, organisation and delivery of teaching, learning and assessment elements of year one Osteopathic Technique (Structural). Students will be taught core practical skills for applying structural Osteopathic Techniques, consisting of soft tissue and articulation of axial and peripheral regions of the body. Some theory will accompany practical elements to enable students to develop an understanding of underlying mechanisms and clinical context.

To ensure integration of teaching, learning and assessment achieves an alignment with Osteopathic Evaluation, close monitoring will be needed. A working knowledge of the new curriculum will be essential.

The course content will be delivered through a combination of theory and practical classes.  As years will continue to be divided into two groups, each group will receive a 1.5 hour session a week, which will consist of short lectures, small group tutorials and workshops to promote individual learner development.

The Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and a variety of presentation platforms will complement the classroom-based learning. The VLE will not only provide learning material to support teaching but also provide a channel of communication between tutors and students.

To apply for this position please  complete an application form available below. Applications should be sent to recruitment@eso.ac.uk by 5.00 pm on Friday 14th July 2017. Any queries regarding the Osteopathic Technique (Structural) element of the module should be referred to Teresa Kahl – teresakahl@eso.ac.uk 

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Trustees Wanted

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:-

E: jessicawilliams@eso.ac.uk
T: 01622 671558 ext 225

Equal Opportunities

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.

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