We look for the highest calibre of teaching and professional staff to work at the University College of Osteopathy. Details of any current vacancies are listed on this page.

If you wish to apply, please complete an application and equal opportunities monitoring form and return them to recruitment@uco.ac.uk. We do not accept CVs or incomplete applications.

Current Vacancies

Friday Clinic Tutor Role Permanent

Blanchard Clinic (AM) & Royal Free Clinic (PM)

8 hours

D1 - £29, 800 per annum pro rata


The UCO clinic is looking to recruit a Clinic Tutor who is highly motivated and enthusiastic about the role of an educator within specialist clinics for patients with HIV.

The role of the clinic tutor is to provide a responsive, flexible clinical education experience within a community of practice in which students and peers can continually participate in effective learning.

Tutors are responsible for providing guidance and mentoring of students with patients, in line with the Osteopathic Practice Standards (OPS) and based on evidence informed practice. Tutors are empowered to create an environment that is encouraging and objective, enabling a critically informed and professional dialogue. In addition, tutors are tasked with the duty of providing leadership as an osteopath and as an educator; tutors are also expected to provide exemplars of practice to developing students.

Applicants should be confident in managing a small team of students, working within an NHS clinic, liaising with other health care practitioners and managing the inherent clinical complexity involved: specialist knowledge of patients with HIV would be an advantage.

Applications from experienced clinic tutors would be preferred, although applicants who are keen to begin or develop a role as a clinical educator may be considered.

Deadline: Sunday 26th January 2020

Interview Date: TBC

Job Description

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

UCO Application Form


Purchasing and Student Fees Officer (Maternity Cover)

21 hours per week, 52 weeks per annum

£14, 340 per annum


The finance department are seeking a purchasing officer to join their dynamic team. Experience in dealing with student fees is desirable but not necessary.

The successful candidate will provide support to maintain and develop procedures for the collection and monitoring of student fees and other sources of income as well as delivering the purchasing requirements of the UCO, ensuring purchases provide best value for money and are delivered in a timely fashion.

If you would like to discuss the role before applying, please contact the Finance Manager – Dmitry Feoktistov – dmitry.feoktistov@uco.ac.uk


Closing Date: 10th January 2020

Interview Date: TBC

Job Description

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

UCO Application Form