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Job Vacancies

Welcome to the UCL School of Pharmacy's jobs noticeboard.

External Vacancies

Current external vacancies within UCL School of Pharmacy are listed below.
For further information please visit the UCL website where applications should be made online.

C W Maplethorpe Postdoctoral Fellowships for Pharmaceutical Education and Research

Applications are invited for C W Maplethorpe Postdoctoral Fellowships each of which will be for one or two years’ duration and normally tenable from October 2014. The Fellowships have been established under the Will of the late Mr Cyril W Maplethorpe for the promotion of pharmaceutical education and research at the UCL School of Pharmacy and the Department of Pharmacy at King’s College London. Up to two appointments may be made this year. 

Fellows are expected to hold a PhD degree and preferably be a Pharmacist. Non-pharmacists working in a relevant field may also apply. 

The stipend for each Fellow will be at Point 28 of the Central University Salary Scale, i.e. £28,972. London Allowance will also be paid. 

Applications must be submitted by 31 March 2014 on the prescribed form which may be downloaded, together with further particulars of the Fellowships, from the website at the bottom of this page.

For further information please contact Sarah-Jane Johnson.

Email: cmsuadmin@kcl.ac.uk Tel: 020 7848 6371

www.kcl.ac.uk/biohealth/research/maplethorpe.aspx

Guest Tutors and Speakers/Casual Tutors (Department of Practice & Policy)

We are seeking to engage outstanding and enthusiastic pharmacy educators to support our established teaching team within the Department of Practice and Policy, as and when required.

The Department of Practice and Policy contains a group of academics from a wide range of background including pharmacists, psychologists and social scientists and also associated casual workers from an extensive network of associations within academic and clinical disciplines and institutions both from the UK and abroad.  

Tasks of the pharmacy educator will include the planning, designing and developing of innovative and appropriate teaching, learning and assessment methods to create interest, understanding and enthusiasm amongst the students.  Teaching, tutoring, setting and marking of examinations will be will be within a range of subject areas on an ad-hoc basis when required by the relevant course leader.

Support is required in the following areas:

Four year MPharm programme

Postgraduate MSc in Clinical Pharmacy, International Practice and Policy programme.

Postgraduate programmes

Details of the degree programmes offered at the UCL School of Pharmacy may be found at http://www.ucl.ac.uk/pharmacy/study

Candidates must be qualified pharmacists with recognised expertise in pharmacy practice in an appropriate field (such as community pharmacy, hospital pharmacy, primary care, industry) and be able to make a significant contribution to designing subject delivery.

The rates of pay will be based on UCL’s Teaching Fellow salaries at Grade 7.

How to apply

Please email a CV and covering letter to the Departmental Manager (Practice and Policy) - Mrs Rebekah Nichols (r.nichols@ucl.ac.uk).

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.

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, e-mail: s.smyth@ucl.ac.uk extension 5843.

Closing Date: Open Ended.

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 the Ms Vicky Welsh, e-mail: v.dales@ucl.ac.uk extension 5900.

Closing Date: Open Ended.

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