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

Finance Manager

28- 35 hours per week (0.8 – 1.0 FTE)

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

£38,017 - £41,526  per annum, pro rata

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 Joanna Smith, Finance Director.

To apply please complete the application form below and send it 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 particularly encourage applications from people from minoritised ethnic groups and people with disabilities who are currently under-represented within the UCO.

Application Form

Finance Manager Job Description

Closing Date: 24th October 2021

HR & Wellbeing Officer

28- 35 hours per week (0.8 – 1.0 FTE)

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

£28,331 - £31,865 per annum, pro rata

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the HR department at the University College of Osteopathy. 

The Human Resources & Wellbeing Officer reports to the Deputy Vice Chancellor who has responsibility for the delivery and monitoring of the UCO’s Human Resource strategy and is responsible for the operational effectiveness and efficiency of the Human Resources (People Management) function.  

You will be CIPD qualified and experienced in HR with excellent communication, collaboration, management, and leaderships skills.

If you would like to discuss the role in more detail before applying, please contact Sharon Potter, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Education) via her Executive Assistant, Allan Scott.

To apply please complete the application form below and send it 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 particularly encourage applications from people from minoritised ethnic groups and people with disabilities who are currently under-represented within the UCO.

Application Form

HR & Wellbeing Officer Job Description

Closing Date: 24th October 2021

University Administrator

35 hours a week (1.0 FTE)

£19,565 per annum  

The University College of Osteopathy is the largest osteopathic educational institution in the UK, and our evidence-informed approach, high-quality teaching and excellent clinical opportunities attracts students from around the world and produces graduates who go on to leading roles within the profession.

We are looking to recruit a University Administrator, to join and support our exceptional team of staff.  The ideal candidate will have excellent organisational and customer service skills, as well as a strong administrative background. They need to be proactive, have good time-management skills as well as outstanding verbal and written communication skills. They must be able to manage their own workload and have notable IT skills.

It is a dynamic role which requires the individual to provide reception and administrative support at both our teaching centre and clinical centre. The role encompasses taking patient bookings, greeting, and receiving visitors as well as supporting administrative tasks at both sites such as, scanning/copying, organising events and facilitating room hire. For full details please see the job description.

To apply please complete the application form below and send it to recruitment@uco.ac.uk

Application Form

University Administrator Job Description

Closing Date: Sunday 24th October 2021

Lecturer

Patient Care Unit

0.2 FTE, 7 hours per day, FT Teaching, Friday (1 Position)

0.25 FTE, 20 PT Teaching Weekends (Alternate Weekends), Saturday (3 Positions)

£39,152 per annum, pro rata

The Course Team are looking to appoint Lecturers in the Patient Care Unit to provide a responsive technical education experience (with a clinical background) in which students and peers are able to continually participate in effective learning opportunities. You will be expected to bring a critically informed approach to the teaching of both theory and practical skills, so as to provide students with a sound introduction to these techniques.

Lecturers 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.

Please note the lecturing positions will be seven hours per day and you may apply for more than one position as described above.

If you would like to discuss the role before applying, please contact Chris Thomas, M.Ost Unit Leader

To apply please complete the application form below and send it to recruitment@uco.ac.uk

Application Form

Lecturer Job Description