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Lecturer in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Science

London Metropolitan University - School of Human Sciences

Location: London
Salary: £35,892 to £43,773 per annum (inclusive of London Allowance)
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 5th October 2021
Closes: 25th October 2021
Job Ref: 21SHSC0800

Full time (1.0 FTE)

Permanent

Location: Tower Building (Holloway Site)

ABOUT US

Transforming lives through excellent education

London Metropolitan University is a striving and ambitious institution committed to transforming the lives of its students through excellent education.

We are committed to making education available to people from all walks of life, creating and advancing social justice, social mobility and access to opportunity and professions. Our graduates benefit personally, but also contribute to society, culture, public service and the economy in all areas of London, the UK and around the world.

We are looking for exceptional practitioners and researchers who are committed to realising the University’s mission and vision articulated in its 2019/20 – 2024/25 strategy.

ABOUT THE POST

The School of Human Sciences at London Metropolitan University, seeks to appoint a full-time lecturer in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Science who is both enthusiastic and student-focussed to contribute to the delivery of Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Science teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels where appropriate. This post provides an exciting opportunity for an individual to help shape: the curriculum and its delivery on both our undergraduate and postgraduate courses; and to contribute to further enhancing the development of research in Chemical and Pharmaceutical Science within the School.

You will be qualified to postgraduate level and preferably hold a PhD in Inorganic or Physical Chemistry or a closely related discipline. Specific expertise in any area of the Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences would be a strong advantage but applications from persons with a background in other areas such as Pharmaceutics would also be welcome.

You should have experience of teaching in an HE environment together with previous achievements in research and/or consultancy activities. Maintenance and further development of professional skills and expertise will be encouraged and supported.

The School of Human Sciences offers a stimulating teaching and research environment with diverse research activity, including metals in health (sensory f-block coordination complexes, systemic iron homeostasis), nanotechnology (electrospinning, nanotoxicology, novel lipid formulations), isolation and characterisation of novel therapeutic phytochemicals. Our students particularly value the enthusiasm of our staff and the inspiration that comes with a research-led curriculum. You will have a strategic role in meeting and supporting the aspirations of students in a very competitive higher education arena.

Informal enquiries regarding this post can be directed to the Head of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Dr Don Green at d.green@londonmet.ac.uk

HOW TO APPLY

To apply, please click on the Apply button. For further details and to submit an application please log on to our website at londonmet.ac.uk/jobs and quote the reference number.

If you have any queries please email: recruitment@londonmet.ac.uk quoting the reference number.

Please note we do not accept CVs. It is necessary to complete an online application form.

The University is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. Further information is available at: https://www.londonmet.ac.uk/about/equality-and-diversity/

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