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Current vacancies

We look for the highest calibre of teaching and professional staff to work at the British School of Osteopathy. You'll find details below of the range of current vacancies at the School. If you've got what it takes to join our friendly and supportive team, please apply as indicated. We do not use recruitment agencies as a rule.


Osteopathic vacancies


Osteopathic Lecturer and Clinic Tutor

Salary: £29,200 per annum pro rata

Professionalism: 3 hours of contact time over 2 terms (24 weeks), Friday plus weekend delivery.

Being an Osteopath: 3 hours of contact time over 28 weeks (terms 1, 2 and 3), Tuesday plus weekend delivery.

Clinic Tutor: 8 hours per week, 52 weeks per year, Thursday.

There will be additional hours for preparation, along with marking of assignments.

A great opportunity to support the development and delivery of two new curriculum areas, along with working within our clinic. We are looking for an experienced osteopath and educator who is curious and open-minded about the nature of what we do as osteopaths, keen to encourage individual expressions of practitionership while promoting criticality, self-awareness and high levels of professionalism in the context of modern healthcare practice. The successful candidate needs to be able to work flexibly to and inclusively to inspire a student body at the outset of their osteopathic career, students who come with a diversity of experiences and motivations.

NB: You will be expected to hold or work towards a teaching qualification.

If you would like to apply for part of the role - please ensure you explicitly state this on your application.

If you would like to discuss the role before applying; please contact Andy Lay - a.lay@bso.ac.uk or Soran David - s.david@bso.ac.uk

Interested persons should send a completed application form to recruitment@bso.ac.uk

Closing date: 21st August 2017
Interviews anticipated to be held: 29th August 2017

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Application Form Application Form
Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

 


Osteopathic Lecturer - Psychology

Weekday & Weekend teaching hours
Hourly paid: Grade E1 - E3 dependant upon qualifications and experience
Weekday - £20.88 - £22.77 Weekend rate: £36.54 - £39.86

We are looking for an enthusiastic, flexible part-time psychology lecturer to join our team at the British School of Osteopathy. This role requires an interest in biopsychosocial healthcare, mind-body practices and, preferably, experience of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and 3rd wave Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) interventions (e.g. in chronic pain management programmes). The role involves delivering lectures and skills development workshops (e.g. on developing collaborative therapeutic relationships, active listening, motivational interviewing skills, and mindfulness-informed practices for patients' self-management of chronic pain and associated psychological reactions such as anxiety and depression).

If you would like to discuss the role before applying, please contact the Head of Research, Hilary Abbey: h.abbey@bso.ac.uk

Interested persons should send a completed application form to: recruitment@bso.ac.uk

Closing date: 22nd August 2017
Interviews anticipated to be held: TBA

Job Description Job Description
Application Form Application Form
Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form


Osteopathic Lecturer

Salary £29,200 per annum, pro rata

We are looking to appoint an Osteopathic Lecturer to provide high quality accessible learning opportunities which meet the needs of BSO students and promote excellence in osteopathic education.

You will be required to deliver elements of the Function Dysfuntion 2 course and the OP3 course. The successful candidate will add value to the BSO by involvement in projects and committees where appropriate.

*NB: The roles can be combined and there may be flexibility regarding timetabling if you are interested in both roles.

Osteopathic Lecturer - Pathophysiology – FT2

Department/Course: Function Dysfunction 2
Working Pattern: Tuesday AM 4 hours p/w, 34 weeks per year

Plus 40 hours prep time

  • Part to be worked before term start 11/09/2017

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Application Form Application Form
Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

Start date: ASAP
Temporary until 31st August 2018.

NB: It is likely this role will be recruited to at the end of this academic year for the new curriculum. The experience gained in this first year will provide the experience necessary to support your application.

 Osteopathic Lecturer – Integrated Systemic Health FT3

Department/Course: OP3
Working pattern: Friday PM 3 hours p/w, 24 weeks per year.

Plus 2 weeks administration and 18 hours prep time

  • Part to be worked before term start 11/09/2017

Start date: ASAP
Temporary until 31st August 2019.

Further details are contained within the attached job description and person specification. 

Job Description Job Description
Application Form Application Form
Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

Interested persons should send a completed application form to: recruitment@bso.ac.uk. Please specify which role you are applying for.

Closing Date: Tuesday 22nd August 2017
Interview Date: TBC


Osteopathic Lecturer

(Weekend / Permanent)

Hours: Please see attached

Paid at D1: £28.08 per hour for delivery and £16.04 per hour for preparation,
increasing to D2: £29.59 / £16.59 after 12 months

Delivery Sundays: 20 x 4 hour sessions over the year
Delivery Saturdays: 20 x 2 hour sessions over the year
Additional hours of preparation may be required and will be agreed in advance by the Unit Leader.

A great opportunity to support the development and delivery of an innovative new curriculum area. We are looking for an osteopath and educator to deliver on the Knowledge for Osteopathic Practice in the areas of Neuromusculoskeletal, Neurology and Pathology.
The successful candidate will hold or be willing to work towards gaining a teaching qualification.

If you would like to discuss the role before applying, please contact the Unit Leader - Dan Bailey at d.bailey@bso.ac.uk

Interested persons should send a completed application form to recruitment@bso.ac.uk

NB: If you would like to apply for teaching in a particular specialist area from the list below, please specify this on your application:
Neuromusculoskeletal
Neurology
Pathology

In addition, if you would like to apply for just Saturday or Sunday teaching, please also state this on your application.

The hours of delivery and preparation would then be adjusted accordingly.

Deadline: 1st September 2017
Interviews anticipated to be held: TBA
Required start date: ASAP

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Application Form Application Form
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General vacancies


Finance Manager

Salary: £40,150 pro rata per annum, rising to £41,450 after 12 months
Hours: 28 - 35 hours*/52 weeks per annum

This role will provide operational management for the finance function including developing and maintaining financial systems, producing monthly management accounts, payroll, preparing the annual external audit and people management. The successful candidate will work with the Finance Director to review and improve the financial management system design and processes. We are looking for someone with experience in the development, implementation and integration of finance systems and processes, along with advanced Excel skills.

*NB: We will also consider applications for part time working; please specify your preference in your application.

If you would like to discuss the role before applying, please contact the Finance Director - Jo Smith - j.smith@bso.ac.uk.

Interested persons should send a completed application form to: recruitment@bso.ac.uk.

Job Description Job Description
Application Form Application Form
Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

Deadline: 3rd September 2017
Interviews: 11th / 13th September 2017


Fundraising Manager
E1 - £38,000 p/a pro rata
35 hours per week

Reporting to the Principal and CEO, you will be invited to help shape the BSO’s fundraising strategy. You will be responsible for all fundraising activity including: trusts and foundations; partnerships, alumni and supporter engagement; community fundraising; individual giving and legacies, ensuring that all opportunities for income generation are maximised. The successful candidate will have outstanding communication skills, the ability to negotiate and an ambition to achieve results and drive progress within Fundraising.

In addition to interesting work and opportunities for development we also offer a competitive salary, flexible working hours, childcare vouchers, along with a supportive team environment.

To speak to the Principal/CEO, Charles Hunt, prior to making an application, please contact his assistant Julie Cometa on 020 7089 5326.

Interested persons should send a completed application form to recruitment@bso.ac.uk.

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Application Form Application Form
Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

Interviews anticipated to be held: TBC
Required start date: ASAP


Executive Assistant

Full-Time
Salary: Grade D1 £29,200 per annum, increasing to £30,200 after 12 months

We are looking for an experienced individual to provide executive support on a daily basis to the Executive team. This will include managing calendars, servicing committees, coordinating high level meetings and interacting daily with senior staff on operational issues.

The ideal candidate will have significant previous experience of working as an executive/personal assistant. They will need to be customer focused, with the ability to communicate effectively at all levels and possess excellent organisational skills, having the capability to co-ordinate multiple tasks whilst managing competing priorities.

Interested persons should send a completed application form to recruitment@bso.ac.uk

If you would like to discuss before applying; please contact Tee-J de Nobrega at t.denobrega@bso.ac.uk

Closing date: 21st August 2017
Interviews anticipated to be held: 30th August 2017

Job Description Job Description
Application Form Application Form
Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form