Lady Margaret Hall is seeking to appoint a stipendiary lecturer in Biochemistry for the Academic Year 2023-24. The successful candidate will be required to teach an average of 4 hours per week, per term.
The post holder will be replacing Prof Phil Biggin who will be on sabbatical in 2023-24. The selected candidate will required as part of the ordinary duties of the post to provide tutorial teaching in a range of topics in Biochemistry to undergraduates reading for the M.Biochemistry degree under the guidance of Dr Rachael Bashford-Rogers. Additional duties beyond the organisation of teaching in Biochemistry will include the pastoral supervision of undergraduates, liaising as required with our Wellbeing team. The Lecturer will coordinate with Dr Bashford-Rogers on the setting and marking of College tests (‘Collections’); conduct termly progress reviews with undergraduates, and may be required to help in the admissions process in December.
The Lecturer may primarily teach topics in biophysics, cell biology and molecular cell biology to 1st year Biochemistry undergraduates. You will also teach a range of more specialist topics to 2nd and 3rd year biochemists.
The post is offered for one year in the first instance with the possibility that it may be renewed for a further year. There is no entitlement to sabbatical leave.
Salary will be on the Senior Tutors’ scale for stipendiary lecturers (£9,921 to £11,116 per annum for 4 hours at current 2022/23 rates).
The successful candidate will either have a completed doctorate in Biochemistry (or a closely related subject), or evidence of substantial progress towards gaining one (applications from DPhil/PhD students beyond the early stages of their degree are welcome). You will also have the ability or potential to be an effective and inspiring teacher of Biochemistry in the tutorial context.
Further particulars can be downloaded via the link below.
The closing date for applications is noon on Friday 16 June 2023.
Lady Margaret Hall is an Equal Opportunities Employer