The School of Applied Sciences wishes to appoint an experienced individual who is able to provide tuition to a broad range of students across its forensic investigation and forensic sciences courses.
You will be experienced in crime scene investigation, forensic evidence analysis, photography and microscopy, and lead or co-lead the teaching and assessment requirements for these forensic science disciplines, but will be able to bring your own experiences to widen the current curriculum.
You will be able to teach from foundation year level through to Masters, and have the ability to relate to the requirements of students in terms of their learning, personal and career development. You will be able to utilise your own experiences to create innovative learning experiences for students including those involving crime scene and case simulation. Bringing your research, consultancy, professional expertise and existing links with the forensic sector, you will be involved in the design and direction of high-quality undergraduate and postgraduate research projects.
This role also includes academic administrative duties, including Course and Module Leadership, Quality and Standards Management, working with Professional Body Requirements and work focussing on recruitment, retention, progression and added-value. Personal Academic Coaching is central to the student experience, and the postholder would be expected to engage with cohorts of students to help them reach their abilities and goals throughout their studies.
You would join a team of dynamic, multi-disciplinary experts who together are able to offer students a broad learning experience across the forensic sciences and this opportunity would allow for curriculum enhancement around your own expertise and experience.
This position is based at the Pontypridd (Glyntaff) Campus of the University of South Wales.
The terms and conditions of the post (including grade and salary) will be those of the University of South Wales.