We are seeking a motivated and passionate colleague with expertise in pharmacology, therapeutics and health sciences to join our team and contribute to teaching on our exciting, new Pharmacology and Physician Associate Studies programmes.
The appointed candidate for this teaching focussed post will be motivated to provide high quality and innovative teaching within the broad remit of health sciences and pharmacology, supporting the delivery of teaching across undergraduate and post-graduate programmes in the School of Pharmacy. Whilst there is some flexibility in the subjects taught, this post will contribute to designing and developing the teaching of core biological and pharmacological concepts and academic and professional skills training on our BSc Pharmacology, Master of Pharmacy and Master of Physician Associate Studies. This role will also involve the support of students whilst on placement and the supervision of undergraduate and postgraduate student projects. The successful candidate will be required to contribute to the development of innovative teaching initiatives and will assume appropriate administrative roles.
Ideally, you will have:
• Experience of teaching at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level
• A track record or commitment to developing innovative and cross disciplinary teaching activities
• The ability to use and develop IT resources to support student learning
• Evidence of engagement with relevant professional organisations and/or activities at national / international level
• Experience of, or a commitment to, supporting administrative roles within the department
• A PhD in an aspect of Pharmacology, Health Sciences, Biomedical Sciences or a related field or a relevant clinical qualification.
Interview date: TBC
Informal contact details
Alternative informal contact details
Deputy Head of School and Programme Director for the Masters in Physician Associate Studies (MPAS) programme
Programme Director of BSc Pharmacology
Professor Becky Green
Prof. Gary Stephens
0118 378 8446
0118 378 6156
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