Qualifications and Experience
The successful candidate must possess a Ph.D. or equivalent in Biochemistry or a closely related discipline.
Candidates must also have:
- A good track record of research
- Research experience in basic medical sciences or translational research
- Specialisation in any of the main areas of biochemistry or molecular genetics
Candidates with the following would have an advantage:
- Experience in teaching Biochemistry to undergraduate students
- Familiarity with Problem-based learning (PBL) or small group learning methods
- Ability to apply molecular/genomic/bioinformatic methods to address basic medical science questions and/or expertise in metabolism
- Ability to complement the Department’s research agenda
Experience teaching within medical sciences programmes would be an asset.
- Delivering teaching via online and face-to-face modes
- Contributing to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and curriculum development
- Pursuing an active independent or collaborative research agenda
- Attracting extra-mural research grants
- Contributing to the administrative and support functions of the Department and Faculty
- Engaging in service to the community
The Department places high priority on individuals of integrity who can work well in a team and student friendly environment. Candidates should also possess good communication and interpersonal skills. A good command of both oral and written English is essential. Candidates must also be able to engage in team work with colleagues in teaching and research.
Deadline Date: Sunday, April 12, 2020.