Post for Lecturer/Senior Lecturer - Pharmacology / Pharmaceutical Science at University of East London - 2 Posts

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They’re a global learning community, proud of their diversity, with a worldwide alumni network of over 37,000 members. Students at UEL don’t conform to the usual stereotypes. Many of their students are from non-traditional backgrounds. Many are over-21 on entry, and many are the first in their families to attend university. This diversity of background, cultures and life experience enriches student life not just in the classrooms and seminars, and also on campus. UEL is also a leader in the field of distance learning, and as such one of the top three providers of e-learning and distance learning programmes in the UK.

Post: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer - Pharmacology / Pharmaceutical Science

The University of East London is a dynamic, diverse and rapidly expanding university at the heart of Europe’s largest regeneration area and adjacent to the site of the Olympic and Paralympic games in 2012.  In the 2008 RAE UEL is in the top 10 of modern (post-1992) universities in the UK for research.

The School brings together their innovative research and teaching in the fields of Biosciences, Sport and Exercise Sciences, Health Studies and Professional Health Sciences. They have a successful and expanding portfolio of taught programmes and exciting new national and international postgraduate programmes being developed. Their key research themes are Medicines Research, Infection and Immunity, Sports Science, Rehabilitation and Public Health and they are committed to expanding their research profile to reflect the multidisciplinary nature and diversity of approach within the School.

They are seeking new colleagues to teach on their Pharmacology / Pharmaceutical science programmes. Working as part of a dynamic team, you will contribute to the design and delivery of their undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, as well as to the School’s research agenda and administrative duties.

You will have a Ph.D in a relevant area, experience of teaching and student supervision, and a strong commitment to the student experience. An appropriate record of research and / or knowledge exchange that complements the existing interests of the School is essential.

Reference: 044A2011

Salary: £36,027 to £47,292 per annum inclusive of London Weighting

Location: City of London, UK

Closing Date: Tuesday 25 October 2011

Interview Date: Monday 07 November 2011

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