Applications are invited for an Assistant Professor in Immunology within the School of Life Sciences, University of Nottingham.
This teaching and learning-focussed role will provide a consistently excellent standard of teaching and support for student learning, underpinned by scholarship related to the discipline. The postholder will undertake teaching responsibilities at all levels from year 1 undergraduate to post-graduate courses (PGT), particularly the MSc Immunology and Immunotherapeutics and MSc Microbiology and Immunology. You will be experienced in immunology-relevant teaching and they would welcome a contribution to their delivery of training in bioinformatics and statistics. You will also lead on developing the current curriculum and innovative approaches to learning and assessment. There is an opportunity to extend distance learning to expand teaching provision in the area of Immunology. You will also act as a personal tutor and supervise project students.
The appointee will also contribute to curriculum development, quality assurance and enhancement; undertake continuing professional development; and work in partnership with staff and students to maintain the highest standards in all areas of their work.
You will have a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in a relevant subject, a successful track record in teaching and experience in leadership in an area related to education and the student experience. They seek collegial applicants who are committed to fostering an inclusive culture and to the effective functioning of their school. The School offers a welcoming and dynamic research and teaching environment.
This is a full time, permanent position. However, the School is open to discuss flexible working arrangements, and job share arrangements may also be considered. Please specify in your application if you wish to work part time and indicate your preferred number of hours.