Campus: Hull Faculty/Area: Faculty of Science and Engineering School/Department: School of Natural Sciences Subject Group/Team: Biological Science Salary: £44,737 to £51,805 per annum Continuing Post Type: Full Time Closing Date: Monday 13 February 2023
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The School of Natural Sciences at the University of Hull offers Biochemistry, Biology, Zoology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics degrees. We are looking to appoint a Lecturer in Biological Sciences to join our team.
The School has a strong tradition of high-quality research and teaching. Our research in Biological Sciences includes: evolutionary genomics, bioinformatics, environmental DNA, aquatic ecotoxicology, chemical ecology, behavioural ecology, and bioscience education research. Our teaching reflects our research interests and covers the molecular sciences through to applied ecology. Colleagues also contribute to courses in Biomedical Sciences, Chemistry, Forensic Science, Environmental Science and at the Hull York Medical School.
Biologists at Hull have access to a wide range of laboratory and analytical equipment, including a Mass Spectroscopy Suite, ICP, NMR, eDNA, genetics and genomics, electron microscopy, FTIR microscopy and tissue culture facilities. Further details on the Faculty of Science and Engineering and its Departments are at: https: // www. hull.ac.uk/faculties/fse.aspx and we also work very closely with the Faculty of Health Science: https: // www. hull.ac.uk/faculties/faculty-of-health-sciences.
The University and School have a range of policies intended to assist new members of staff, and those with family or other caring responsibilities. These include a flexible working policy, a workload model that gives a high weighting to new teaching, mentoring and induction processes, and each new starter is assigned a specific colleague to assist in the first year.
The School is seeking candidates who could provide either microbiological, cellular, molecular, genetic and/or genomic expertise to the School's BSc Biology and Biochemistry programmes, and to start developing a portfolio of high-quality, externally-funded scientific research.
To discuss the role informally, please contact the Head of School, Professor David Finkelstein, [email protected]
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