Teaching Associate in Forensic Science

Glasgow, Glasgow City (GB)
£31604 - £38833
23 Aug 2018
End of advertisement period
24 Sep 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Teaching Associate in Forensic Science

Department: Pure and Applied Chemistry (

Faculty: Faculty of Science (

Staff Category: Teaching

Reference No: 137288

Reports To: Dr Lorraine Gibson van Mil

Grade: 7

Salary Range: £31604 - £38833 (grade 7)

Contract Type: Open Contract

FTE: 1

Closing Date: Monday, 24 September 2018

The Centre for Forensic Science in the Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry wishes to appoint a suitably qualified person to the positions of Teaching Associate in Forensic Science.  The main purpose of this role is to assist in the delivery of teaching and assessment activities, as part of a teaching team, including lectures, tutorials and laboratory classes, relating to (but not exclusively) forensic biology and/or crime scene examination. Additionally, the role will include the development and delivery of on-line programmes, CPD and knowledge exchange activities (in particular second opinion work). Candidates will have a good honours degree in chemistry or biology and a postgraduate qualification or equivalent professional experience.

Applicants are required to complete an application form including the name of three referees who will be contacted before interview without permission, unless you indicate that you would prefer otherwise. Applicants should also submit a Curriculum Vitae and a covering letter detailing the knowledge, skills and experience you think make you the right candidate for the job. Applicants should also complete the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.

Further information on the application process and working at Strathclyde can be found on our website (

Informal enquiries about the post can be directed to Dr Lorraine Gibson van Mil, Centre for Forensic Science, (


Formal interviews for this post will be held on Monday, 1 October 2018.

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