Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Food Science & Management

Harper Adams University - Food Science & Supply Chain Management

The Department of Food Science and Agri-Food Supply Chain Management is one of five academic departments within Harper Adams: the UK's leading specialist higher education institution serving the graduate, research and knowledge transfer needs of the UK's agricultural sector, the rural economy, and the food manufacturing and food retail sectors. The department is actively involved in research and knowledge transfer and works closely with many food and associated businesses in the UK and Europe, as well as Universities and research institutes in the UK, Europe and internationally.

Applications are invited for the position of Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Food Science. The role will primarily involve teaching modules at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, covering food science and technology as well as science related management topics, e.g. food quality management and food safety management. The role holder will engage with the academic development of students and make an active contribution to the department's research activities and knowledge transfer work with the food industry.

Applications will be welcome from candidates who hold a first degree, or equivalent, in food science/technology, or a related/ appropriate subject. Possession of a suitable master's degree or PhD may be an advantage, particularly for those who can bring research expertise in teaching and links with the food industry, ideally through work in the industry.

Application Procedure

All applications should be completed and submitted using the Harper Adams e-Recruitment programme at http://jobs.harper-adams.ac.uk to arrive no later than Wednesday 9 November 2016

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