We are seeking an enthusiastic and proactive lecturer with expertise in Biomedical Sciences to join our existing Bioscience team and contribute to the ongoing development of this group. The appointed lecturer will join a friendly team, benefit from a supportive and flexible working environment and access study leave and funding for continuing professional development as well as access exciting research opportunities.
Main duties and responsibilities
The successful applicant for this post will work within the Bioscience, Agriculture, Nutrition & Dietetics (BAND) Subject Group in supporting the delivery and support of the degree apprenticeship in Applied Biomedical Science. The role will involve travel to apprenticeship employer sites to monitor the apprentices’ progress and act as a key link between the University and the employers.
The Bioscience team is part of the Clinical, Pharmaceutical and Biological Sciences which focuses on some of life sciences’ most exciting and rapidly evolving disciplines. The Department is active in research, consultancy and training with strong links to education and commerce worldwide.
Skill and experience required
The successful candidate will have substantial professional experience of the Biomedical Sciences and of the verification of the IBMS registration training portfolio. You will also have a good research record and be motivated to teach in an environment that is open to innovation. Experience in teaching and pastoral care in higher education would be an advantage.
You will have an honours degree qualification in biosciences or an equivalent subject. A PhD in biosciences or an equivalent subject and evidence of research in a relevant area would be desirable.
Contact Details/Informal Enquiries:
Please contact Dr Simon Baines, Subject Group Leader for BAND at 01707 284549 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The University offers every individual the opportunity to succeed. We want our staff to represent multi-faceted life experiences, varied cultural heritage and to encourage cognitive diversity. We recognise that the field is not ‘level’ and want to actively address barriers to progression. Markers of success to date include a low gender pay gap within the School where this post sits (6%) and holding an Athena Swan Bronze Award. We also challenge stereotypes and partner with networks both within and outside of the University to enhance inclusion in the workplace. We wholeheartedly encourage applications from BAME and LGTBQ candidates, who are currently under-represented within the School.
We offer a range of employee benefits including generous annual leave and discounted Sports Village memberships, personal and professional development and family-friendly policies. #GoHerts
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Closing date: 17 February 2022.