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Lecturer in Biomedical Science (Pathology)

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About you

The appointee will be expected to carry out core activities and demonstrate their professional impact (e.g. in relation to teaching of cell pathology /knowledge transfer and other activities that support the School and University). Please refer to the criteria below.

Exciting work you will do:

The appointee would be expected to carry out core activities in three areas: learning and teaching; research, knowledge transfer and professional impact; and administration, management, leadership, and citizenship.

The skills and experience you will need to be successful:

  • Registered at the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
  • Experience in cellular pathology at the NHS or in private cell pathology practice.
  • Technical knowledge of cell pathology, immunohistochemistry, immunofluorescence, and relevant molecular methods.
  • Hold a Specialist Diploma or equivalent post graduate qualification in cell pathology, molecular pathology or other related fields.
  • Experience in teaching cell / molecular pathology at HE level that demonstrates excellence and innovation, the ability to motivate and engage students, to challenge them intellectually and to facilitate their learning using a variety of learning and teaching methods.
  • Be familiar with the process and requirements of HCPC registration.
  • Knowledge of the contemporary context of biomedical science in relation to practice within and outside of statutory services, e.g. NHS Trusts,
  • Ability to liaise effectively with colleagues, members of local NHS Trusts
  • Competence in the use of ICT for teaching and administrative purposes,
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills. 

Desirable Criteria: 

  • A chartered biomedical scientist in the field of pathology
  • Published papers in the field of cell and molecular pathology
  • Membership of the HE Academy or a Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (or equivalent).
  • Fellowship of the HEA
  • Membership of the HE Academy or a Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (or equivalent).

Details about the role

Full time permanent.

Please note that the University is operating a hybrid working model which means a mix of working on site and from home, confirmation of days worked on campus are arranged with the line manager.

To view the Job Description & Person Specification – go to the attachments at the top of the advert (Right click and select ‘open in new tab’ option)

Application process

To apply, please submit a CV and cover letter clearly addressing the essential selection criteria detailed in the Job Description.

Managers contact details:

Steve Hunter

Email: [email protected]

Interview and assessment process

It is expected that the interview will be held on Tuesday August 11th 2023

Please Note: The Job Reference # for this post is REQ 9059

Employment Visa: Under the UK Governments PSB scheme this role meets the criteria to be sponsored by LSBU for a Skilled Worker Route (SWR) application.

Please be advised that currently LSBU will only support the Certificate of Sponsorship for any employment visas and will not support the payment of the employment visa for the offered candidate and/or dependants.

Recruitment Process: The email account you use to apply will be used for recruitment communication. Please ensure that you use an email account that you regularly monitor. 

We reserve the right to close the vacancy early, should we receive sufficient applications.

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