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Teacher Practitioner in Crime Scene Science

School of Chemistry

Location:  Lincoln
Salary:   From £34,304 pro rata
Please note, this post is part time and permanent at 0.5 FTE
Closing Date:   Friday 08 October 2021
Interview Date:   Thursday 28 October 2021
Reference:  COS248C

We are seeking applicants with broad and significant experience in the analysis and management of Crime Scenes, ideally with the potential to retain a position in current practice. The role will provide a key underpinning of training in professional practice for the Forensic Science taught programmes in the School of chemistry at Lincoln. The role will focus on practical teaching at undergraduate and post-graduate levels and will support development of wider training provision. The potential for a joint/parallel appointment with a relevant commercial or public sector organization will be considered a considerable advantage to facilitate a candidate’s continuing professional development. 

The University of Lincoln is a forward-thinking, ambitious institution and you will be working in the heart of a thriving, beautiful, safe and friendly city. The School provides a stimulating environment for academic development, and is based in high quality, newly developed facilities. 

If you would like to be part of shaping our world-class vision to make a real difference and would like to know more about this opportunity, please contact Professor Ian Scowen, Head of School of Chemistry on 01522 83 7010 or iscowen@lincoln.ac.uk

We encourage applications from under-represented groups. The School of Chemistry is an Athena SWAN Bronze Award holder and the University of Lincoln is an equal-opportunities employer and an Athena SWAN Bronze Institution and was rated Gold in the recent Teaching Excellence Framework.

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We strive for a diverse workforce with the very best employees and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all. The University encourages applications from underrepresented groups inclusive of Black, Asian and other minoritised/marginalised ethnic groups, all gender identities and expressions from the LGBT+ community, candidates with a disability, and those that practise different faiths and beliefs, to enhance our One Community where we strive to be kind, patient, and supportive of each other.

Please note: If you are not a British or Irish citizen you will require permission to work in the UK. This will normally be in the form of a visa, however, if you are an EU/EEA/Swiss citizen and resident in the UK before 31 December 2020, this may be your status under the EU Settlement Scheme. Please refer to UK Visas and Immigration for further information and to consider your eligibility requirements to work in the UK prior to your application.