University Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Microbial Pathogenesis
University of Cambridge - Department of Veterinary Medicine
|Salary:||£38,896 to £55,389 see advert text|
|Placed on:||3rd October 2016|
|Closes:||30th October 2016|
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Stipend scale: £38,896 - £49,230 (University Lecturer)
£52,219 - £55,389 (University Senior Lecturer)
Appointment will be made at the level of University Lecturer or University Senior Lecturer, according to qualifications and experience
Available from 1 January 2017. This is a permanent full-time University Teaching Officer (academic) role, subject to completion of a satisfactory probation period.
The individual appointed is expected to achieve and sustain a clear national and international profile in research, to collaborate within the Department as well as externally, and to provide team leadership to build further on the Department’s international reputation in microbiology.
University Teaching Officers are expected to deliver lectures, conduct small group teaching of undergraduates and/or taught postgraduate students (in relevant Departments) and, where appropriate, to contribute to course organisation for programmes within their subject area.
Full details of the duties of the role and person specification are available at: http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/11637
Information about the Department: www.vet.cam.ac.uk
To submit an application for this vacancy: click on the link in the ‘Apply online’ section of the advert published on the University’s Job Opportunities pages. This will take you to the University’s Web Recruitment System, where you will need to register an account (if you have not already done so) and log in before completing the online application form.
Please upload the following documents: curriculum vitae; list of research publications; brief statement (no more than one side of A4) about how your experience fits the profile for this role.
Closing date for applications: 30 October 2016.
Interview date: 14 November 2016.
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