|Salary:||£48,423 to £63,059 (pro rata if part time) per annum pro rata subject to knowledge, skills and experience|
|Placed On:||24th March 2023|
|Closes:||19th April 2023|
Faculty of Health and Life Sciences
This new part-time post is available immediately until 30 April 2024 on a fixed term basis.
This role offers the opportunity for hybrid working – some time on campus and some from home.
The Department of Health and Care Professions are looking to appoint a 0.2fte, part-time Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology. This individual will deliver education as part of Nursing and taught postgraduate programmes. This post is available immediately for a period of 12 months initially.
The successful applicant will be an experienced, GPhC-registered Pharmacist with a track record in education leadership. As an experienced educator, you will be delivering Pharmacology Education within Nursing and more widely in the Department of Health and Care Professions’ postgraduate programmes. This includes the associated operational administration, curriculum development, and quality management and enhancement (including accreditation by relevant professional institutions where appropriate).
For a Senior Lecturer post you will:
What we can offer you:
Our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Commitment
With over 27,000 students and 6,400 staff from 180 different countries we offer a diverse and engaging environment where our diversity is celebrated and valued as a major strength. We are committed to creating an inclusive culture where all members of our community are supported to thrive; where diverse voices are heard through our engagement with evidence-based charter frameworks for gender (Athena SWAN), race equality (Race Equality Charter Mark), LGBTQ+ inclusion (Stonewall Diversity Champion) and as a Disability Confident employer. Whilst all applicants will be judged on merit alone, we particularly welcome applications from groups currently underrepresented within our working community. Reasonable adjustments are available for interviews and workplaces.
For further information please contact Dr Susan Clompus, e-mail S.Clompus@exeter.ac.uk.
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