Assistant Professor in Blood Sciences
The School of Chemistry and Biosciences is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and talented individual to join the School to teach in the area of haematology, transfusion science/ clinical biochemistry. You will teach on the accredited BSc Healthcare Science and BSc Biomedical Science programmes and the part-time Healthcare Science (practitioner) Level 6 apprenticeship programme within the School.
The successful candidate should have recent experience of working in a clinical blood sciences environment and will have some experience of teaching and facilitating learning in the field of blood sciences and of supervising research projects at undergraduate level.
The role will involve development of engaging materials for distance learning for Higher Degree apprentices in our Healthcare Science practitioner programme and will include site visits to NHS hospital partners and tripartite reviews to monitor learner progress and achievement.
We are looking for a clinical professional who is innovative, committed, creative and who wishes to transition to a part time academic role. The successful candidate will be able to use available opportunities to develop themselves, their teaching and the School, contributing to research which could include developments to practice to improve service provision.
We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from disabled, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), LGBT and non-binary candidates.
Flexible working arrangements for this post will be considered.
Please include a full CV with your application.
In return, we offer:
• Excellent salary package £45,737 - £52,841 per annum, pro rata
• Generous pension scheme through USS. Universities Superannuation Scheme
• Annual leave starting at 30 days, plus an additional eight bank holidays and five customary holidays (taken at Easter and Christmas) per year.
• Family friendly policies.
• Multiple staff support networks.
We are a family-friendly University with an agile workforce and are open to flexible working arrangements.