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

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Current Vacancies

Clinical Educators

Practice Educator

Thursday (x2 Positions)– General Clinic, 0.2 FTE, 7 hours per week

Friday (x1 Position) - General Clinic & Expectant Mothers/Women's Health Clinic, 0.2 FTE, 7 hours per week

£39,152 per annum pro rata

The UCO Clinic team is looking to recruit two Practice Educators on permanent contracts on Thursday.

We are looking for applicants who would like to take on a role or increase their time within the clinical setting and broaden their experience levels.  The role is complex and rewarding and aims to provide a responsive yet variable clinical education experience within a community of practice.

Educators are responsible for providing guidance and mentoring of students on their osteopathic patient care, in line with the Osteopathic Practice Standards (OPS) and are expected to provide exemplars of best practice to developing students.

They are empowered to create an environment that is encouraging and objective, enabling a critically informed and professional dialogue. In addition, they are tasked with the duty of providing leadership as an osteopath and as an educator.

They must ensure that not only are the students supported but also patients are managed safely and effectively, thus contributing to the effective running of the clinic.

We are open to applications from those who wish to increase their hours or lecturers who would like to take on a different role. We are also open to applications from individuals on temporary contracts.

If you would like to discuss the role before applying, please contact the Head of Clinical Practice, Francesca Wiggins - Francesca.Wiggins@uco.ac.uk

To apply for this position, please complete an application form and return it to recruitment@uco.ac.uk.

Closing Date: 12th February 2023

Practice Educator - JD

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Collaborative Partner Link Tutor - College of E-Sports

£40,322 per annum pro rata

24 Days per Year (12 of which are expected to be meetings with the partner, 6 of which are expected to be face-to-face at College of E-Sports campus)

The University College of Osteopathy (UCO) is proud to work in partnership with a range of different Higher Education Providers. An exciting new role has come as Collaborative Partner Link Tutor. The primary role of a Collaborative Partner Link Tutor is that of quality assurance monitoring whereby Collaborative Partner Link Tutors work with partners to undertake review and monitor academic quality is maintained and up to date with UK standards equivalent to those studying at the UCO.

The Role

As a Collaborative Partner Link Tutor, you will therefore undertake a range of activities to achieve this including:

Being a main point of contact for the partner to answer queries in liaison with the UCO’s Quality Team.

Undertaking desk-based audits of partner processes and documentation and following up any lines of enquiry with partner staff in line with Collaborative Partner Link Tutor Monitoring Forms and Reports.

Being a member of the UCO’s Collaborative Provision Sub-Committee (which normally meets six times per year) to report on outcomes of partner audits and quality assurance monitoring activities, contribute to discussions about ongoing arrangements for the management of partnerships and participating on agenda items.

If you would like to discuss the role in more detail before applying, please contact Rachel Ives, Head of Quality & Partnerships (Rachel.Ives@uco.ac.uk)

To apply for this position, please complete an application form or send a covering letter and CV to recruitment@uco.ac.uk

We are committed to striving towards a diverse and inclusive organisation and particularly welcome applications from candidates from diverse backgrounds and circumstances.

Closing Date: 8th February 2023

Collab Partner Link Tutor Job Description

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Finance Manager 

Maternity Contract (12-14 months): 1 FTE, 35 hours per week

Flexible working – up to 60% of contracted time can be worked form home

£41,526 - £44,046 per annum

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Finance Department at the University College of Osteopathy.

The Finance Manager will provide operational management for the finance function including maintaining and developing financial systems, producing management accounts, payroll management and external audit. The role will include managing a small finance team of three people to ensure functions such as purchasing, student fee income collection and banking operate efficiently and effectively.

You will have relevant financial experience and be able to demonstrate an understanding of the importance of effectual financial management in an academic environment.

If you would like to discuss the role in more detail before applying, please contact Mags Nepal, Finance Manager (Mags.Nepal@uco.ac.uk)

To apply for this position, please complete an application form or send a covering letter and CV to recruitment@uco.ac.uk

The University College of Osteopathy (UCO) aims to be a welcoming and inclusive institution that is truly representative of all sections of society. We are committed to striving towards a diverse and inclusive organisation and particularly welcome applications from candidates from diverse backgrounds and circumstances.

Closing Date: 5th February 2023

Interview dates: 9th February – 10th February 2023

Finance Manager (Maternity) - JD - 2023

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Learning Advisor

Permanent Contract: 1 FTE, 35 hours per week (with some weekend working)

£27,511 per annum

This is an exciting opportunity to join a fantastic team within Student Services, building and maintaining student relationships, working across all teams in the university college and be in a position to make a significant difference to student experience at the UCO.

You will have experience of working with students with learning differences and challenges with studying. Be willing to communicate with students formally and informally, and help to develop an informal flexible working space.

You will be willing to work within a team and independently and will be given the opportunity to change current work practices.

We are committed to striving towards a diverse and inclusive organisation and particularly welcome applications from candidates from diverse backgrounds and circumstances.

If you would like to discuss the role before applying, please contact the Head of Student Services, Jas Verdi (Jas.Verdi@uco.ac.uk).

To apply for this position, please complete an application form and return it to recruitment@uco.ac.uk. We are not accepting CV’s for this vacancy and no agencies please.

Closing Date: 11th February 2023

Learning Advisor - JD -2023

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