Join the Department of Chemistry as a Lecturer in Computational Chemistry.
About the role:
- This role has arisen as maternity cover for a Lecturer within the department and is on a fixed term basis until April 2023
- You will teach lecture- and laboratory-based units in computational chemistry, maintaining the University’s high standards in teaching and learning, and its inclusive and supportive learning environment.
You will have a strong background in chemistry as evidenced by a good quality MChem or related degree. You will have carried out research in computational chemistry, and either hold a PhD in this area or be about to receive one. You will have experience in teaching at an appropriate level, for example through giving tutorials or demonstrating in a laboratory and have a desire to increase your teaching experience.
Application Requirements & Selection Process
Please provide a full CV and statements outlining your teaching experience and commitment to EDI.
For informal discussion about the role, please contact:
Professor Andrew Burrows, Head of Department (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Professor Steve Parker, Head of Computational Chemistry (email@example.com)
or Dr Gan Shermer, Director of Teaching (firstname.lastname@example.org).
What we can offer you:
We are committed to providing a supportive and inclusive working environment for all staff, including mentorship and flexible working arrangements. The Department and the University both currently hold Athena SWAN Silver awards, and we are working to further improve equality, diversity and inclusion. If you would like to discuss any EDI issues or other aspects of the working environment with a member of staff who is not involved in the recruitment process, please contact Professor Petra Cameron (email@example.com).
- generous annual leave allowance with an additional 5 discretionary days so that you can enjoy a positive work life balance;
- an excellent reward package that recognises the talents of our diverse workforce;
- a very generous employer contributory pension scheme;
- a wide range of personal and professional development opportunities.
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