Job vacancies

For information about external vacancies within UCL School of Pharmacy please visit the UCL HR website where applications should be made online.




Internal Vacancies

Current internal vacancies within UCL School of Pharmacy are listed below. In order to be eligible to apply all applicants must be currently registered UCL School of Pharmacy students, unless otherwise specified.


Human cancer cells


Research Support - Practice and Policy

A skilled and widely experienced researcher with a multi-disciplinary background is required to assist Professor David Taylor on an ad-hoc basis with projects relating to pharmacy, medicines and allied product supply and use and public health improvement. The successful applicant must have robust literature review and writing skills and a knowledge of issues such as the funding of pharmacy services, electronic prescribing and electronic prescription transmission.

Insight into patient and older health service users needs in the UK and other settings is desirable. The successful applicant will also be happy to work on a  very flexible basis to meet Professor Taylor’s varying project support needs. This may involve working full weeks on some occasions and no more than a day a week on others.

Proposed start date: October 2014
Salary:  Grade 7, Scale Point 29 -36 (£17.52 per hour - £21.18 per hour)
Closing date:  17th October 2014

Job description (PDF)

To apply, please email your CV to david.g.taylor@ucl.ac.uk

For further information contact Professor David Taylor on 07970 139892


Cancer cells

Casual Demonstrator /Postgraduate Teaching Assistant

From time to time casual ad hoc opportunities become available for INTERNAL post graduates to undertake demonstrating duties in the School’s laboratories to pharmacy students.

The person must:

  • be able to work on own initiative
  • demonstrate practical knowledge and problem-solving strategies
  • have high quality inter-personal skills
  • have sensitivity to the needs of the undergraduate students
  • have previously been a Demonstrator (Postgraduate Teaching Assistants ONLY)

Your salary will be at £12.73 per hour for Demonstrators (SP18) or £14.13 per hour pay for Teaching Assistants (SP22).

If interested, please contact the Teaching Office by e-mail: s.smyth@ucl.ac.uk or on 0207 753 5843.

Closing Date: open-ended.


Brain cogs

Casual AV Support Assistants

From time to time casual ad hoc opportunities become available for registered UCL School of Pharmacy students to provide ICT support for evening lectures run by Birkbeck on UCL School of Pharmacy premises.

Duties will include checking the normal function of presentation equipment in teaching rooms, diagnosing and reporting on any faults, powering on of equipment, testing all aspects of equipment function against a checklist and reporting on the working state of rooms.
The person must:

  • be conscientious and reliable
  • demonstrate practical knowledge and problem-solving strategies
  • able to work on own initiative
  • have a working knowledge of the functioning of the IT and AV equipment used in each of the teaching rooms
  • be able to make decisions

Your salary will be at £9.95 per hour (SP08). The hours of work are unspecified and will be notified by Miss Vicky Welsh on an ad-hoc basis when required.

If interested, please contact Ms Vicky Welsh on 0207 753 5900.

Closing Date: open-ended.