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Senior Lecturer - Bioanalytical Sciences
Health Sciences & Wellbeing - School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
£38,786 to £48,328
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||Sunday 09 April 2017
To assist us in the further development of our vision for teaching, research and external engagement in the pharmaceutical sciences and related areas, an exciting opportunity has arisen for a Senior Lecturer in Bioanalytical Sciences.
The Faculty of Health Sciences and Wellbeing brings together a variety of disciplines and educational programmes, with a new vision and redefined strategic ambitions designed to take advantage of the ever-changing higher education landscape. With more than 100 academic staff encompassing pharmacy, nursing, community and public health, psychology and biomedical, pharmaceutical, sport and environmental sciences, this Faculty is the largest in the University. The Sciences Complex has seen significant investment and features state-of-the-art teaching laboratories and research facilities equipped with industry-standard equipment and instrumentation.
You will be joining an academic team that embraces innovation, and aspires to be forward thinking in their approach to integrated science and healthcare education. You will contribute to the provision of excellent academic practice within the Faculty by making a balanced contribution across all areas of academic activity, underpinned and supported by the highest standards of pedagogic practice.
You will contribute to teaching and learning, administration and management of programme portfolio, research development and scholarship within the Faculty and also take a role to establish and maintain strong working relationships with external partners to support and deliver reach-out and research programmes. You will be expected to pursue independent research, develop collaborations within the University and the wider academic and industrial community, disseminate research findings and attract research income.
To be considered for this post you must be a graduate in chemistry, biochemistry or related discipline, hold a Doctoral qualification or equivalent and have specialist knowledge and demonstrable experience of working in a relevant field of biomolecular analysis and characterisation and analytical and/or pharmaceutical chemistry. A demonstrable track record of excellence in teaching and learning and research, including publication in peer-reviewed journals, is essential. You are expected to hold, or will be supported to work towards, a HEA recognised teaching qualification.
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