Job reference: 010891
Location: Clifton Campus
Closing date: 19/12/2022
Salary: See special conditions
Employment type: Hourly paid/casual staff
Team: Chemistry and Forensics
School / Directorate School of Science & Technology

Special Conditions: £44.45 per direct teaching hour. This includes the following elements: teaching, preparation and marking of the scheduled programme of work (Flat rate of £17.78 )

We are seeking to recruit lecturers who are available to work during the academic year and will be paid on an hourly basis with expertise in:

Forensic science - may include

  • Archaeology
  • Geoscience
  • Anthropology
  • Crime Scene,
  • Physical evidence analysis.

Physical Chemistry -all aspects

Forensic Chemistry-may include

  • Instrumental analysis,
  • Analytical techniques,
  • QC/QA​​​​​​​

The successful candidates will join the thriving and innovative Department of Chemistry & Forensic Science which is responsible for teaching and research in chemistry and forensic science at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.  

Working during the academic year, and under the direction of the Head of Chemistry & Forensics, you will deliver high quality teaching and learning to undergraduate and/or postgraduate students and will be paid on an hourly basis. Duties will include the preparation, delivery, and marking of student work where required. You will be expected to run seminars/workshops or laboratory classes face to face with some opportunities to deliver lectures. On-line learning and assessment is also currently in use on our courses.

You will be able to demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills and have the ability to communicate ideas effectively using a variety of teaching methods and have detailed knowledge of the particular subject area. The successful applicant must demonstrate commitment to teaching to students within our programmes at FdSc, BSc, and Masters levels.

This position is ideal for flexible, highly motivated individuals who believe they can thrive in a challenging environment.

Please note that these are not full-time positions and will be paid by the hour for teaching preparation and delivery and may not involve working on a regular daily or weekly basis.

 Closing date:        19 December 2022 

Interview date:      Due to the nature of the role, interviews will be on going

​​​​​​​For an informal discussion regarding these positions, please contact:

Emma Rixon by email:

Please note this role does not meet the UK Border Agency requirements for sponsorship.  Nottingham Trent University is unable to apply for sponsorship for any applicant not eligible to work in the UK and therefore we cannot progress applications from candidates who require sponsorship under the Points Based Immigration System.

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