A temporary Teaching Fellow post in Organic Chemistry is available in the School of Chemistry at the University of Southampton. This post is from 1st June 2023 to 30th June 2024. You will be involved in a range of teaching activities, potentially including lecturing, laboratory teaching, tutorial and workshop support, and writing and marking of assessments.
It is essential you have a PhD in organic chemistry and enthusiasm for supporting students in their drive to learn. You will have experience of engaging in teaching and demonstrate a commitment to delivering the best experience for our undergraduate students.
Southampton is one of the best places in the UK for chemistry teaching and research and the School of Chemistry has a national and international reputation for excellence. We are also committed to allowing the holder of this position to develop during their tenure, through association with a research group and/or supporting them in preparing cases for Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.
At the University of Southampton, we value diversity and equality. The University recognises that employees may wish to have working patterns that fit with their caring responsibilities or work-life balance. Due consideration will also be given to applicants who have had career breaks for reasons including maternity, paternity or adoption leave, disability or illness. Both the University of Southampton and Chemistry are proud to hold Athena Swan Silver Awards.
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