|Salary:||£43,414 to £51,805 with potential progression once in post to £58,284|
|Placed On:||2nd February 2023|
|Closes:||8th February 2023|
Part Time (22.5hr), Fixed Term contract up to April 2026
Academic Development Programme - new Assistant Professors will undertake a 5-year development programme, at the end of which they are expected to be promoted to Associate Professor. The programme consists of a variety of development opportunities and the time to reflect and develop.
We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic Assistant Professor in Clinical Pharmacy and prescribing in our growing and vibrant School of Pharmacy. This is an excellent opportunity to be involved in an exciting period of change for pharmacy education – specifically within our expanding multidisciplinary Independent Prescribing course.
The postholder will have a focus on prescribing and the associated science from a Clinical Pharmacy perspective, with a desire to develop high-quality teaching and scholarship initiatives to develop the future pharmacy workforce. There will also be the opportunity to enhance scholarship both in prescribing and clinical education. The post will also have opportunities to contribute to prescribing teaching in the undergraduate MPharm.
Our teaching environment facilitates interdisciplinary working with practitioners in Nursing, Medicine, Dentistry, Biomedical Science, and Physiotherapy. The School of Pharmacy is a dynamic and welcoming environment, which values developing its academic staff careers. We are open to applications for part-time working.
Informal enquires to Prof Anthony Cox, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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