|Salary:||£39,423 to £48,072 per annum (inclusive of London allowance).|
|Placed On:||3rd October 2023|
|Closes:||26th October 2023|
Location: Tower Building (Holloway Site)
Transforming lives through excellent education
London Met is an extraordinary institution. Equity and social inclusion have always been our driving principles, and it's what makes the University so unique. Our organisation is distinctive, both in its eclectic and diverse community of students and staff, and also for its historical role in serving some of London’s most deprived boroughs. Everything we do is underpinned by our philosophy that an individual should have the opportunity to transform their life through the power of education.
Equipping our students with the tools for their future is at the heart of our academic offering. We pride ourselves on providing our students with access to a wealth of opportunities and professions. Our graduates benefit personally, but also contribute their unique perspectives to society, culture, public service and the economy in all areas of London, the UK and around the world.
We are looking for exceptional researchers and practitioners who are committed to realising the University’s mission and vision articulated in its 2019/20 – 2024/25 strategy.
ABOUT THE POST
The School of Human Sciences at London Metropolitan University seeks to appoint a full-time Biosciences lecturer in the area of Forensic Science with the aim of expanding the forensic science provision. This post provides an exciting opportunity for an individual to help shape: the curriculum; its delivery face-to-face and via distance learning on both our undergraduate and postgraduate courses; and support the development of research in the Biosciences area within the School.
You will be qualified to postgraduate level in a relevant area of Forensic Science or a related scientific discipline (preferably with a PhD). Candidates should have practitioner and reporting experience in a specialist field. We are keen to hear from candidates with expertise from a variety of specialisms within Forensic Science.
You should have experience of teaching at undergraduate/postgraduate level and have experience in attaining accreditation of courses with relevant professional bodies. You will also be expected to be research active.
The School of Human Sciences offers a stimulating teaching and research environment with diverse research activity, including cell signalling, microvesicles, genetics of obesity, iron disorders, telomere measurement in health and disease and cancer research. Our students particularly value the enthusiasm of our staff and the inspiration that comes with a research-led curriculum. You will have a strategic role in meeting and supporting the aspirations of students in a very competitive higher education arena.
Informal enquiries regarding this post can be directed to the Head of Biosciences, Dr Simon Dryden at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing Date: Thursday, 26th October 2023.
HOW TO APPLY
View the benefits of working at London Met on our Information for Applicants page at: https://www.londonmet.ac.uk/about/jobs-at-london-met/information-for-applicants/.
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