Salary: £45,585 to £54,395 per annum Grade: Grade 09 Contract Type: Permanent
Basis: Full Time Closing Date: 23.59 hours GMT on Sunday 18 February 2024 Interview Date: Thursday 07 March 2024 Reference: 0023-24 Release Date: Friday 26 January 2024
You are invited to apply for one or more posts as (a) Teaching Fellow(s) or (a) Lecturer(s) in Pharmacy Practice.
You must currently be registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council as a pharmacist. For both positions, you must also possess a PG Cert in Professional Practice in Higher Education (or equivalent) or be a Fellow of Advance HE (or demonstrate a willingness to undertake such a qualification when in post). For the Lectureship, you must possess a doctorate in a relevant academic discipline.
You will develop and enhance aspects of the teaching and scholarly activities of the school, with a focus on the practice of pharmacy in near-patient settings. For the lectureship, you will also develop a research profile in an area of pharmacy practice. You will be able to develop links with our external partners across all sectors of pharmacy and healthcare to advance the clinical capabilities of our students and to support our students in the development of their professional identities. In addition you will be able to demonstrate an enthusiasm for education and a commitment to the development of pharmacy as a profession.
Aston Pharmacy School is a leading provider of advanced clinical pharmacy education and research, and this is an opportunity to join one of the leading Pharmacy Schools in the UK.
We encourage any informal enquires about this post to be made to Dr Joe Bush (Head of Aston Pharmacy School) by e-mail [email protected] or to Mark Brennan (Deputy Head of Aston Pharmacy School) by email [email protected].
Please refer to our Aston University benefits page where you can see the how Aston recognises the contributions staff make and the comprehensive rewards and benefits packages available for staff.Further details: Job Details Job Details University Information
Aston University is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. It promotes equality and diversity in all aspects of its work. We strive to have robust inclusivity strategies in place, including race and sexual orientation, to encourage colleagues to have the confidence and freedom to be themselves in the workplace. For more information, visit: https: // www2.aston.ac.uk/about/inclusive-aston
We recognise the value of flexible working. Please contact the recruiting manager to discuss what flexible working options are available for particular roles.
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