|Salary:||From £34,304 per annum, see advert details|
|Placed On:||13th October 2021|
|Closes:||11th November 2021|
Salary: From £34,304 per annum
Full time and permanent at 1.0 FTE
Closing Date: Thursday 11 November 2021
Interview Date: Wednesday 01 December 2021
Lecturer salary from: £34,304
Senior Lecturer salary from: £39,739
Forensic Science is a key component of long-standing and successful STEM provision at the University of Lincoln. Since the inception of the School of Chemistry in 2014, supported by a £6.8m award from HEFCE’s Catalyst Fund and strategic University investment in infrastructure, the Forensic Science programmes reside formally in the School. However, to maximise the subject’s interdisciplinary footprint, the programmes operate jointly across Lincoln’s College of Science, specifically with the Schools of Life Sciences and Pharmacy.
The School builds on a tradition of applied sciences at Lincoln, and operates interdisciplinary research themes at the Chemical-Biology Interface (e.g. toxicology, pharmacology) and Innovative Analytical Methods (including chemical and bioanalytical methods, mass spectrometry) and Advanced Functional Materials (e.g. catalysis, sensors, energy capture and storage). Professional Practice in key areas such as Forensic Science is a vital dimension for the Schools ambition to deliver research and training with impact for for the next generation of Forensic Scientists.
The taught Forensic Science portfolio includes undergraduate Forensic Science and Forensic Chemistry and post-graduate Forensic Science degrees. An innovative undergraduate curriculum in undergraduate Forensic Science was re-validated in 2017 and was re-accredited by the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences in the same year. The programme is based on four key themes: Biological Sciences, Analytical Sciences, Crime Scene Science and Professional Practice.
We seek dynamic and enthusiastic professionals for this position to support the development of Forensic Science through experience in relevant research themes and/or professional contexts. An ability to lead provision in one or more specialist forensic methods (e.g. toxicology, trace evidence, DNA, analytical and/or bioanalytical methods) alongside research and/or professional experience in bio/analytical science would be advantageous. Additionally, the successful candidate will demonstrate an ability to develop a broad contribution to the School’s taught programmes in Forensic Professional Practice. A commitment to working within multidisciplinary teams and an enthusiasm for developing research-integrated teaching are strong aspects of this role.
We strongly encourage applications from under-represented groups. The School of Chemistry is an Athena SWAN Bronze Award holder; the University of Lincoln is an equal-opportunities employer, an Athena SWAN Bronze Institution and was rated Gold in the recent Teaching Excellence Framework.
We strive for a diverse workforce with the very best employees and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all. The University encourages applications from underrepresented groups inclusive of Black, Asian and other minoritised/marginalised ethnic groups, all gender identities and expressions from the LGBT+ community, candidates with a disability, and those that practise different faiths and beliefs, to enhance our One Community where we strive to be kind, patient, and supportive of each other.
Please note: If you are not a British or Irish citizen you will require permission to work in the UK. This will normally be in the form of a visa, however, if you are an EU/EEA/Swiss citizen and resident in the UK before 31 December 2020, this may be your status under the EU Settlement Scheme. Please refer to UK Visas and Immigration for further information and to consider your eligibility requirements to work in the UK prior to your application.
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