The Department of Biology at the University of York is looking to appoint an Associate Lecturer to contribute to the delivery of teaching across the department, particularly in the area of Molecular Biology/Biochemistry. The post is available from the 1 September 2022.
You will deliver teaching and support students using a range of methods including lectures, practicals, workshops, and tutorials. You will also be involved in directing undergraduate and/or MSc research projects, thus significant research experience is required. You will have a keen interest in developing innovative teaching.
If you do not have a teaching qualification you will be supported to undertake the Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP). The successful candidate will also be supported by an academic mentor in their role and career development.
Skills, Experience & Qualification needed
This role does not transition automatically to an open contract at the end of the 3 years, though it is hoped that the successful candidate will be well placed for future advertised York vacancies.
We want to recruit the best people for our roles, and we recognise that traditional working patterns may not be suitable for everyone. We offer a range of flexible working options (e.g. flexitime, part-time, job share), please specify your flexible working preferences in your application (number of days / hours etc).
Application deadline:25 May 2022
Interview date: 24 June 2022
For informal enquiries: please contact Professor James Moir, Head of Department firstname.lastname@example.org or Mrs Angela Lipscomb, Department Manager, email@example.com
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