Here you can view all of the job opportunities to students and graduates from the Centre for Sports Studies.
The spring term Medway careers and employability events is open to all students. These events are also listed on www.kent.ac.uk/employability
Last term the careers and employability service at Medway provided individual support to over 400 students on all aspects of career planning and employability skills development. They also delivered a variety of presentations within Schools, as well as weekly workshops that are open to all students.
The University of Chichester have a number of PhD's on offer.
Application deadline: 28th January 2013
1. The Influence of Social Networks and Social Support of Individuals Losing Weight.
Email Dr Ruth Lowry for more information (email@example.com),
2. Transformational Leadership in Sport
Email Dr. Matt Smith for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org)
3. Effects of Environmental Temperature on Physiological and Cardiovascular Responses during Eccentric Exercise
Skills active have launched an active online service to help graduates gain employment.
To receive a free one-year subscription to the new, greener, paper-free, digital version of the magazine Sports Management (4 issues), The latest on sports funding, policy, facilities and management) log onto leisuremedia.com
Supervisor: Professor Louis Passfield
School of Sport and Exercise Sciences, University of Kent
Sponsored by the Canterbury Academy
Closing date for application: 13th July
Start: September 2012
Supervisors: Dr Carla Meijen and Professor Sam Marcora
Applications are invited for a PhD Scholarship/Graduate Teaching Assistantship examining the use of psychological strategies in endurance performance.
Supervisor: Dr Glen Davison
Description: Applications are invited for a PhD Scholarship/Graduate Teaching Assistantship to investigate the effects of intensive training, and nutrition, on immune function and infection incidence.
Supervisors: Professor Samuele Marcora and Dr Karen Hambly
Description: Return to sports and exercise activity is frequently cited as an important goal for individuals following musculoskeletal injury or orthopaedic surgery to the knee and is regularly used as a patient-reported outcome measure in clinical trials.
Deadline for application: 20 April 2012
Topic: Cortical excitability and exercise performance
Supervisors: Dr. Lex Mauger, Dr. James Hopker and Prof. Sam Marcora
Job Type: Academic
Contract Type: Fixed Term
Salary Type: Pro Rata
Salary: (£) 31020 - 44166
SS0538, Centre for Sports Studies, Closing date: 27 Mar 2012
INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY!!