We seek an academic member of staff to make a major contribution to the teaching of forensic science at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level at London South Bank University. You will be willing to engage with students and manage their progress through their degree course is essential. You will be an effective communicator, committed to meeting the needs of a diverse student population.
Candidates should be motivated towards teaching and learning and have some experience of this in teaching at undergraduate level and/or delivering forensic science training in a professional environment.
You will have a good undergraduate degree in a relevant science (biological/ chemical/ physical) and a postgraduate qualification in a general or specialist forensic science area and/or will have professional practice within the field of forensic science. We would welcome applications from candidates with a PhD, particularly in the disciplines related to forensic science.
You will have knowledge and skills, indicative of ability to teach in both specialist and generalist roles across the curriculum in forensic science and more broadly within the School of Applied Sciences.
Experience or expertise in the teaching of some or all aspects of the crime scene to court process, including the interpretation of trace evidence would be an advantage.
It is expected that you would fully involve yourself in running several final year undergraduate experiment based research projects. A commitment to developing and to enhancing professional practice is required.
You will be expected to contribute to expanding the teaching and research portfolio of the forensic science group.
To apply, please upload a copy of your CV and a cover letter outlining how you meet all the selection criteria and the LSBU Values.