Bank Clinic Floor Supervisor

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Job Summary:

Part time, Casual

Salary £19.10 per hour plus rolled up holiday pay

The Bank Clinic Floor Supervisor post is to support the Clinic Team in supervising students on the clinic floor and act as a mentor for clinical students during their internship.

How to apply? 

Please send your application to
The closing date: 9am, Monday 28th January 2019  
Interviews: W/C 11th February 2019

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AECC University College


Based in Bournemouth, AECC University College is a specialist health institution with character and international reputation. We offer on-site clinical training, excellence in education and research


and a unique multidisciplinary environment. Join our vibrant and transformational community. The University College welcomes applications for the post of Bank Clinic Floor Supervisor to join their busy Clinic team.

About the role

The AECC University College is offering an exciting opportunity for a part-time, clinic supervisor position to mentor final year students. Duties include the provision of clinical tuition, supervision and assessment of final year students in the clinical setting of the chiropractic programme.

The hours of work are on a casual basis to cover absences. The successful candidate will be contacted as and when the work is available. No hours are guaranteed and they may vary from week to week according to the needs of the University College.

About the person

Applicants should have a minimum of two years of appropriate clinical experience as a chiropractor, and must be able to convey both simple and more complex information and academic concepts.  

Excellent interpersonal skills, patience and the ability to work well as a member of a team are essential qualities. Relevant academic and/or teaching experience at the undergraduate or postgraduate level will be an asset.

Main Responsibilities/Key Tasks:

  • To provide clinic floor supervision, review patient files and discuss the patient presentation and clinical findings with the student.
  • To monitor patient treatment, check the accuracy of the patient history and clinical findings and ensure that treatment complies with the management plan.
  • To act as mentor for clinical students and be available to advise on matters of patient care and safety in accordance with the College’s procedures.
  • To undertake such teaching duties as are appropriate and contribute to the development and delivery of clinical sciences at the College.

For more details about the post email Neil Osborne, Director of Clinic at:

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