Lecturer in Physiology/Pharmacology (Neuroscience)
Kingston University - Faculty of Science, Engineering & Computing
|Location:||Kingston Upon Thames|
|Salary:||£37,256 to £40,483 incl.LW|
|Placed on:||17th November 2016|
|Closes:||18th December 2016|
Reporting to the Head of the Department of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, you will carry out research in your specialised area, as well as teach and assess students’ work, supervise projects, and ensure students are properly supported and inspired to achieve. With expertise in sensory physiology and the ability to contribute to other areas of pharmacology and more general bioscience, you will teach on a range of graduate and undergraduate courses in the School. IT literate and dynamic, you will also have the chance to develop your skills in academic management, student recruitment and course development.
Ideally with experience of teaching in higher education, you will hold or be working towards an appropriate teaching qualification, and hold a PhD in neuroscience or a related area. Committed to innovation in learning and teaching practice, you will also have post doctoral research experience contributing to research within the subject area. This will be complemented by the communication skills to explain complex concepts in a simple yet engaging way to a diverse range of students.
The Faculty / Department
Bringing together teaching and research expertise in science, engineering, computing and mathematics, the Faculty provides unique interdisciplinary opportunities. The School of Life Sciences, Pharmacy & Chemistry comprises four departments and occupies a central position in the Faculty, providing career-focussed courses taught in modern facilities and can offer excellent facilities for research.
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