Post Title Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacy Practice
SBU/Department: School of Life and Medical Sciences, Department of Clinical Pharmaceutical and Biological Science
FTE: 1.0 FTE (Working 37 hours per week)
Duration of Contract : Permanent and Fixed Term (4 years) contracts available
Salary: UH7 £37099 with potential to progress to £44263 by annual increments and designated skills and experience
Annual Leave: 35 days plus standard public holidays and an additional 4 days including the closure of our office between Christmas and New Year.
Location: College Lane, Hatfield
Main duties and responsibilities
The post holder will be responsible for teaching and research in the field of Clinical Pharmacy Practice, across undergraduate and postgraduate taught programmes. They will contribute to the design and delivery of learning and teaching materials (including examinations). The post holder will co- ordinate and support the development of modules in degree programmes and undertake the role of module lead whilst liaising with Programme and Year tutors and those in other Subject Groups. You will develop research opportunities and scholarly activity in the field of clinical pharmacy practice.
Skills and experience required
Applicants must have clinical pharmacy practice experience working in hospital, community, or primary care. Relevant teaching and research experience, including contributing to successful research grant awards and/or publications are desirable. Proficiency in English Language, ability to plan and manage own activities effectively along with relevant IT Skills is essential.
The post holder will be a General Pharmaceutical Council registered pharmacist and hold a minimum of an Honours degree in Pharmacy or an equivalent qualification. A postgraduate qualification in a relevant field is also essential to this role.
Please view the job description and person specification for a full list of the duties and essential criteria. Please attach a personal statement showing clearly how your skills and experience match the Person Specification.
An appointment to this role may require an Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) certificate.
Disclosure and Barring Service
Our commitment to the University's Safeguarding Policy requires that the recruitment of staff in this area, will require the minimum of a Basic DBS Check. In the course of our work and University-led activities, there may be external contractual obligations where a further Enhanced Check is required. DBS checks may require renewal in line with policy.
Overseas applicants and UK applicants who have lived abroad
Successful applicants who have lived outside the UK, for 12 months or more (whether continuously or in total), in the last 10 years, will be required to produce a ‘Certificate of Good Character/Conduct' from each of those countries.
Contact Details/Informal Enquiries: Professor Stewart Kirton, Head of Department Clinical Pharmaceutical and Biological Sciences, [email protected], 01707 285203
Closing Date : 27 November 2023
Interview Date: TBC
Reference Number: 055095
Date advert placed: 01 November 2023
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 no gender pay gap within the School where this post sits 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.
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