|Salary:||£35,333 to £51,805 p.a.|
|Placed On:||7th December 2022|
|Closes:||15th January 2023|
Challenging, interesting and constantly changing, the University of Derby is an exceptional place to learn and an incredibly rewarding place to work.
Ours is an extraordinary educational environment and because we specialise in identifying and developing individual potential, you can be confident you'll receive all the help and encouragement you need to build a rewarding career with lots of opportunities to progress.
Our combined higher and further education offering is spread over campuses in Derby, Buxton, Leek and Chesterfield and we have some of the best university facilities in the UK, investing more than £200 million in facilities in the last 10 years.
We achieve outstanding results for our teaching and research and with more than 34,000 people choosing to study with us every year, we depend on the dedication of a team of 2,200 academic and professional services staff.
Financially strong and seriously ambitious we offer our employees a family-friendly, rewarding career with lots of opportunities to progress.
About the role
Do you have doctoral qualifications or post-graduate degree (such as MSc) in Forensic Science/crime scene investigation (CSI) related subjects? Or have experience working in crime scene case work, training new CSI investigators or with experience as a lecturer in areas relevant to forensic field work investigations.
Do you have experience of working within the crime Scene Investigation using laboratory analytical skills (including forensic chemistry) related research informed teaching, especially in areas such as preservation, extraction, interpretation and presentation of the traces, gathering photographic evidence or physical samples from the scene, such as weapons, fingerprints, clothing or biological evidence?
Does your research involve analysing samples, such as hair, body fluids, glass, paint and drugs, in the laboratory. apply techniques such as gas and high-performance liquid chromatography, scanning electron microscopy, mass spectrometry, infrared spectroscopy and genetic fingerprinting?
A brand-new opportunity has arisen for a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Forensic Science to be involved in developing and delivering an innovative and flexible range of learning and teaching materials related to crime scene investigation.
You should have competency in a range of relevant laboratory and practical skills including integrating knowledge and skills in the examination, analysis, interpretation, reporting, and testimonial support of physical evidence that are linked to Forensic science related research and teaching. As well as knowledge within the subject area of crime scene investigations and understanding the interplay amongst different laboratory analytics and forensic investigations.
Applications from job seekers who require sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome and will be considered alongside all other applications. Whilst this role is eligible for sponsorship under the Skilled Worker Route, we recommend that you assess your individual eligibility before applying for this position. Visit https://www.gov.uk/skilled-worker-visa for more information.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expect everyone who works for us to also share this commitment and to treat people with courtesy and respect.
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