Senior Lecturer - Associate Professor in Pharmaceuticals

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Closing Date
2 Feb 2020
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Swansea University Singleton Park Swansea SA2 8PP Wales, UK

Swansea University Medical School is currently developing an MPharm programme and are seeking an experienced academic, at Senior Lecturer/ Associate Professor level, to be involved in curriculum development and delivery with a focus on pharmaceutical chemistry. The post holder will also be a key player in our progression through General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) accreditation of the MPharm degree.

Our aim is to develop a course that will meet the current and future needs of the pharmacy profession, inspire and attract students, meet the requirements and learning outcomes of the GPhC, and serve the needs of the local community.  The curriculum will incorporate inter-professional education, public and patient involvement enhanced placement learning and clinical skills, all supported by a digital thread to form an integrated programme that is at the vanguard of pharmacy education, science and practice.

It is our intention to help students become pharmacists who are leaders in their profession, be that through the clinical management of patients, the discovery and development of new medicines or through improved community health.

The role provides an exciting opportunity to join Swansea University Medical School, which is a Top 5 UK medical school. Our school provides an interdisciplinary approach, educating and training tomorrow's doctors, healthcare professionals and life scientists.

The School ranks 1st in the UK for research environment and 2nd for overall research quality and collaborates with industry in a spirit of open innovation.


Salary Details: 

Senior Lecturer Salary: £41,526 to 49,553 per annum (Pro rata, if part time) together with USS pension benefits.

Associate Professor Salary: £51,034 to £59,135 per annum (Pro rata, if part time) Together with USS pension benefits.

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Contact Details

Professor Andrew Morris via email at