|Salary:||£35,211 to £40,792 per annum (pro-rata).|
|Placed On:||8th January 2019|
|Closes:||7th March 2019|
The School of Applied Sciences is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Forensic Sciences (Interpretation and Forensic Biology) who is able to successfully coordinate and deliver modules to undergraduate students from Foundation year to Masters level in the areas of criminalistics, evidence analysis and interpretation, forensic biology including DNA, and court testimony skills.
The successful candidate would be responsible for the design and delivery of modules principally in the above four areas. The ability to contextualise science, mathematics and statistics is essential to this role to enable the development of practical ability and the ability to logically interpret evidence within the student cohorts.
The successful candidate will act as module leader for some of the modules taught within our courses, and will be directly responsible for team coordination, the quality of student experience, teaching, learning and assessment, quality review and enhancement, student performance reviews, and ensuring any professional body requirements are met.
The successful candidate will join a team of academic staff in the Forensic and Analytical Science subject area, who are involved in the education and skills training of a large number of students who are aiming to enter the world of work as forensic scientists or within roles in the criminal justice system.
This position is based at the Pontypridd (Glyntaff) Campus of the University of South Wales.
The terms and conditions of the post (including grade and salary) will be those of the University of South Wales.
Please note that should there be sufficient interest in this post prior to the advertised closing date, the position may close earlier than advertised.
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