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MSc Course Director

Applications for this vacancy closed on 6 June 2016 at 12:00PM
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <p></p><p>We are seeking an experienced academic administrator or researcher, with a strong scientific background, to manage our one-year taught MSc in Pharmacology course and contribute to the future development of teaching in the area of Pharmacology.</p><br><p>You will be expected to contribute to the planning, organisation, development and teaching of the MSc in Pharmacology degree. The duties will include managing the delivery of MSc teaching and taking responsibility for day-to-day interactions with students on the course (with a target intake of 18 per year) and the academic support facilities allocated to them. Skills in dealing with people, experience of using information technology to achieve educational goals, experience of student supervision and training, and graduate-level teaching of experimental design and statistical analysis in a biological context will all be important. The MSc Course Director is a full member of both the Department of Pharmacology and of the organising committee for the MSc in Pharmacology and will work under the supervision of the Head of Department.</p><br><p>In addition, you will be expected to work with the Head of Department on the ongoing development of undergraduate teaching within Pharmacology and to continue to develop and manage new programmes where required.</p><br><p>You will be expected to hold a relevant PhD/DPhil in a bioscience-related science subject with post-qualification research experience and have research and teaching experience in pharmacology. In addition, you will need to demonstrate the ability to manage and co-ordinate a teaching programme in pharmacology on a day-to-day basis and to provide teaching in some areas relevant to the course. Past experience of advising and mentoring students and the ability to liaise effectively with senior members of academic staff and with support staff will be an advantage. You will also need excellent organisational skills, the ability to work to tight deadlines and proven communication skills, including the preparation of reports and feedback, presentation skills, dealing sensitively with face-to-face enquiries and the ability to deal diplomatically with people at all levels of the organisation.</p><br><p>The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Wednesday 1 June 2016.</p><br><p>The University of Oxford is a member of the Athena SWAN Charter and holds an institutional Bronze Athena SWAN award. The Department of Pharmacology holds a departmental bronze Athena SWAN award in recognition of its efforts to introduce organisational and cultural practices that promote gender equality and create a better working environment for both men and women.</p> </div>
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Department of Pharmacology, Mansfield Road, Oxford
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2016-06-06 12:00:00+01:00
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2016-03-22 09:00:00+00:00
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We are seeking an experienced academic administrator or researcher, with a strong scientific background, to manage our one-year taught MSc in Pharmacology course and contribute to the future development of teaching in the area of Pharmacology.


You will be expected to contribute to the planning, organisation, development and teaching of the MSc in Pharmacology degree. The duties will include managing the delivery of MSc teaching and taking responsibility for day-to-day interactions with students on the course (with a target intake of 18 per year) and the academic support facilities allocated to them. Skills in dealing with people, experience of using ...

We are seeking an experienced academic administrator or researcher, with a
strong scientific background, to manage our one-year taught MSc in
Pharmacology course and contribute to the future development of teaching in
the area of Pharmacology.



You will be expected to contribute to the planning, organisation, development
and teaching of the MSc in Pharmacology degree. The duties will include
managing the delivery of MSc teaching and taking responsibility for day-to-day
interactions with students on the course (with a target intake of 18 per year)
and the academic support facilities allocated to them. Skills in dealing with
people, experience of using ...
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MSc Course Director
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