Job title Lecturer (Teaching) in Neuroscience and Biochemistry - part-time,
Department Biology & Biochemistry
Salary Starting from £34,304, rising to £40,927 pro rata
Grade Grade 7
SOC Code - Visa Requirements 2311
Placed on Friday 10 September 2021
Closing date Monday 20 September 2021
Interview date To be confirmed
The Department of Biology and Biochemistry is seeking to appoint a part-time
(0.5FTE) Lecturer (Teaching) in Neuroscience and Biochemistry on a
temporary basis (from October 2021 - June 2022) to deliver exceptional
teaching and assessment across a range of undergraduate units with an emphasis
on neuroscience and biochemistry.
Our teaching consistently receives very high student satisfaction scores in
the National Student Survey (NSS). The successful applicant will have a PhD
in neuroscience or biochemistry, or in a related subject area.
You will be expected to prepare and deliver teaching material, assessment and
marking of course work in neuroscience or biochemistry, and supervision of
laboratory classes will be required.
The role carries a high level of responsibility as well as the opportunity to
play a proactive and creative role in the development of teaching activities
in the Department, and you will therefore have a proven record of high-quality
teaching in biochemistry or neuroscience.
The Department of Biology & Biochemistry is one of the leading research-
intensive Bioscience departments in the UK. It is renowned for its broad range
of world-leading and internationally excellent research across the four
research themes of Cell and Developmental Biology, Evolution and Biodiversity,
Infection and Immunity, and Medical and Industrial Biotechnology. Both the
Department and the University are committed to providing a supportive and
inclusive working environment. The Department currently holds an Athena SWAN
Silver award and we are working to further improve equality, diversity and
inclusivity within the Department. We particularly welcome applications from
women and other under-represented groups.
For an informal discussion about the role please contact Dr Chris Todd
(firstname.lastname@example.org), however, please submit your application via the
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