|£37,099 to £54,395 per annum
|5th December 2023
|7th January 2024
We are ranked in the world’s top 350 institutions in the 2022 Times Higher Education World University Rankings, and we are a global university transforming lives through innovative, inclusive and entrepreneurial education and research. Our research institutes and four faculties bridge scientific, technical and creative fields. We deliver impactful research which tackles pressing issues and makes a real difference to our communities. Our academic excellence has been recognised by the UK’s Higher Education funding bodies, with 16 of our research areas assessed as world-leading. In 2021, we were awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for our world-leading music therapy work.
About the role:
You will join our School of Life Sciences, working with academics teaching and conducting world-class research in Biomedical Science. Forensic Science, Crime and Investigative Science, and Animal and Environmental Biology, based in our Faculty of Science and Engineering. We are a forward-looking and enthusiastic School with a vision that combines commitment to a strong and active research culture with excellence in learning and teaching. You will join our team of highly qualified staff that deliver a popular and growing course in BSc Biomedical Science which is accredited with the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS). You will have teaching and research experience in the general areas of human physiology and pharmacology and will contribute to undergraduate teaching in these subject areas. The appointment will be full time (1.0 FTE) for a fixed term period of 1 year with the potential for a permanent appointment subject to budgetary constraints. You will be committed to research and prepared to work as part of multi-disciplinary teams, as well as developing your personal research activities. Your research will align to the School research strategy (https://aru.ac.uk/science-and-engineering/life-sciences/research). You will possess excellent communications skills and will demonstrate a flexible approach to work.
We are fully committed to Athena SWAN, equality and diversity principles. We are keen to promote women in science and are keen to accommodate staff with family or caring responsibilities. You will be required to work such hours as are reasonably necessary to perform your duties and may involve occasional evening or weekend work.
With a relevant degree and PhD or Professional Doctorate, you'll have teaching experience in Higher Education. You will have excellent written and oral communication skills and will have the ability to contribute to curriculum development. You will have the ability to work co-operatively and as part of a team, and you will have an enthusiastic approach.
For informal enquiries and further information, please contact Professor Christopher Parris, Head of School of Life Sciences (email@example.com), or Dr Alvin Helden, Deputy Head of School (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Dr Christopher O’Kane, course leader for BSc Biomedical Science (email@example.com).
Find out more about working with us.
We have an agile working culture and offer an extensive range of benefits including a generous holiday entitlement, occupational pension schemes, training and development opportunities, travel to work scheme and a competitive relocation package. Visit our benefits page for full details.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting welfare of our staff and students and expect all staff to share this commitment.
We value diversity at ARU and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
We have a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK.
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