Vacancies

Current Departmental Vacancies

Microcentrifuge

HEFCE Careers and Industrial Outreach Co-ordinator

The HEFCE Catalyst Fund supports projects aimed at increasing the Higher Education sector's contribution to economic growth and recently awarded a £3m grant to a UCL and Cambridge University collaboration.  This grant aims to make 'Critical Interventions in the UK Life-Sciences Value Chain, supporting translational drug discovery and early stage biomanufacturing activities.  A particular objective is to enhance the employability and job prospects of students studying in these areas.

Funded for 2 years initially, the postholder will be responsible for formalising existing procedures, promoting graduates to industry and increasing available training places.  The postholder will need good knowledge of the bio-industry sector and experience of marketing to industry.  Excellent communication and project co-ordination skills are essential.

For further information about this vacancy, go to UCL's home page, select the Jobs link and search on Reference No: 1424634.  The closing date is 19 August 2014.

Teaching Fellow (Bioprocessing)

The HEFCE Catalyst Fund supports projects aimed at increasing the Higher Education sector's contribution to economic growth and recently awarded a £3m grant to a UCL and Cambridge University collaboration. This grant aims to make 'Critical Interventions in the UK Life-Sciences Value Chain.  This will address the industrial translation of therapeutic discovery research and the early stage biomanufacturing skills needed to define scaleable and cost-effective manufacturing routes.  The latter studies are led by the UCL Department of Biochemical Engineering.

The Department wishes to appoint a new HEFCE Teadhing Fellow with specific responsibilities for establishing and delivering practical-based bioprocess teaching activities from undergraduate to post-experience levels.  These should make full use of the Department's excellent facilities including automated high throughput bioprocess platforms and a full-scale £25m bioprocessing pilot plant.

Funded for 2 years initisally, the postholder will be responsible for reviewing practical training across the department and implementing new technologies such as scale-down and single use.  Candidates will need to demonstrate bioprocess expertise and the ability to develop and deliver practical training.

For further information about this vacancy, go to UCL's home page, select the Jobs link and search on Reference No: 1424628. The closing date is 12 August 2014.

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