The University of Bradford is an ambitious world-leading Technology University with the School of Pharmacy & Medical Sciences in the QS World 200 rankings for Pharmacy & Pharmacology. The School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences benefits from a supportive and enabling culture.
We recognise that applicants from under-represented groups may not apply for jobs unless they are confident they meet all the criteria. You are welcome to contact us to discuss the role further and are encouraged to think of your strengths, skills and experiences in the broadest sense when considering your suitability. We welcome applications from people on different professional pathways and recognise that you may not have worked in academia previously.
As a Lecturer in Industrial Pharmaceutics you will contribute both to the MPharm and MSc Pharmaceutical Technology and Medicine Control programmes. Your research in industrial pharmaceutics should bring in expertise in manufacturing of pharmaceutical dosage forms including sterile products. You will be an enthusiastic teacher, with an academic background appropriate to research-informed pharmaceutical sciences education and the ability and passion to teach from foundation to Masters level. Areas of teaching will include ; pharmaceutical formulation development and processing, pharmaceutical microbiology, and aseptic handling. You will work with colleagues to ensure excellent delivery of learning, teaching, assessment, and student experience.
Your research interests will align with one of the Faculty of Life Sciences Research Themes: the interface between chemistry biology and materials; computation and big data science, Life course (from cells to systems), and Health, Society, People and Place. You will also have an opportunity to be housed in the Centre for Pharmaceutical Engineering.
The post holder will join a truly innovative School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences, with a fully integrated and award-winning Pharmacy degree programme delivered using Team-based Learning which attracts students from a widening participation background. Therefore, you will have a commitment to our widening participation agenda to enable all students to achieve their potential.
The post holder will have the opportunity to supervise undergraduate and postgraduate students undertaking project work and to participate in research (or development) activities in the School.
Starting salary is dependent on experience and qualifications.