Professor/Associate Professor and Director of Pharmacy Education

University of Lincoln
June 01, 2024
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Professor/Associate Professor and Director of Pharmacy Education School of Pharmacy

Location: Lincoln Please note, this post is permanent and full time at 1.0 FTE. Associate Professor salary from £56,021 per annum. Professor salary is competitive. Closing Date: Saturday 01 June 2024 Interview Date: Thursday 13 June 2024 Reference: CHS113

The University of Lincoln is seeking a GPhC registered pharmacist who is innovative and dynamic to lead the development of our Pharmacy education programs. As the Director of Pharmacy Education, you will join a strong School Leadership Team and collaborate with colleagues from across the health and social care professions as well as external stakeholders. Your role will be to shape and lead the future development of the Pharmacy portfolio within the University and to ensure our Pharmacy programmes deliver an exceptional student experience and develop research-curious, and work-ready graduates. Establishing and maintaining strong collaborative relationships with practice partners in the healthcare sector is paramount.

The ideal candidate should be an experienced pharmacy educator with demonstrated leadership, facilitation, and motivational skills. You should possess the ability to implement new ideas and excellent communication skills to engage with internal and external stakeholders. Your collaborative efforts will shape our pharmacy programs and placement provisions to ensure alignment with the new standards for the initial education and training of pharmacists. We seek a strong educationalist who is a creative thinker, collaborator, and team player. You will facilitate and support our staff in challenging their thinking and fostering innovation. Adaptability, excellent organizational skills, and exceptional interpersonal and communication abilities are essential.

The appointment will be made at either the Associate Professor or Professor level, commensurate with the successful candidate's experience and profile within the field of pharmacy education and ability to meet the Professorial criteria. Regardless of the level, we seek individuals who can contribute to the University's mission of delivering exceptional pharmacy education, fostering a dynamic learning environment and provide coherent, collaborative leadership for University of Lincoln pharmacy.

Situated in the heart of a beautiful and historic city, the University of Lincoln prides itself on putting students at the heart of everything it does. We are rated in the World top 150 universities in the Times Higher education Young University Rankings 2023 and in the top 10 modern universities in the UK in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2024. Our Pharmacy and Pharmacology education is ranked first overall in the Guardian Good University Guide 2023.

The University has strong ambitions to become an established UK top 40 institution, with a focus on the quality of teaching and learning, and an excellent student experience, for which we have been awarded Gold in the national Teaching Excellence Framework 2023. We offer a fantastic working environment with superb, well-equipped specialist teaching spaces close to the Brayford Pool Marina, the city centre, and transportation hubs.

If you are an innovative, adaptable, team player and passionate about education, interprofessional working, and pharmacy workforce development, we encourage you to apply and join our team.

To find out more about this post, please contact Professor Kate Grafton, Head of School of Health & Social Care by email [email protected].

In person interviews are scheduled for Thursday 13th June 2024

Associate Professor salary from £56,021 per annum.

Professor salary is competitive.

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