|Salary:||From £53,612 p.a.|
|Placed On:||25th January 2023|
|Closes:||1st February 2023|
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About the role
Due to internal promotion we are seeking to appoint a Principal Lecturer in Forensic Science. You will be responsible for course management, overseeing the design, delivery and assessment of a cluster of courses. To lead the accreditation, ongoing review, strategic development and enhancement, marketing and management of designated courses within the subject area as necessary, working in conjunction with Head of Department, course leaders and other relevant staff. You will be a confident team leader, with the ability to drive new developments and maintain high quality standards.
Interview Date: 16th February 2023
If you have specific queries in relation to this role, please contact Emma Rixon, Head of Department, Tel: :+44 90115 848 3187 email email@example.com.
NTU prides itself on being an inclusive employer. We value and celebrate equality in opportunities, and we encourage applications from people who reflect the diversity of our communities.
This role is open to non-UK/Irish applicants subject to current UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) rules. Please ensure that you have the appropriate right to work in the UK for this role and consult the Home Office website for further information.
This role is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974) and successful applicants will be asked to declare any unspent criminal convictions.
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