Summary of Job Purpose and Principal Duties
Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Anthropology
Fixed -Term - 36 months
This post represents an exciting opportunity to contribute to the development of the Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification at the University of Dundee. The post holder will participate in the development and delivery of high quality programmes of education and training in undergraduate and postgraduate forensic and physical anthropology, osteology, anatomy and/or related subjects. The post holder will have an opportunity to assist in the strategic development of CAHID, building on its interdisciplinary approach to teaching and research.
The successful candidate will be expected to develop innovative approaches to teaching and training, to supervise research projects for students at both undergraduate and taught MSc levels, and to engage in the supervision of PhD students.
The level of the position appointed will be consistent with the qualifications, experience and qualities of the candidate (see full job description).
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College / School / Directorate Information
We are one of the UK’s leading universities – internationally recognised for our expertise across a range of disciplines and research breakthroughs in multiple areas, including science, medicine and engineering, amongst many others. Our main city-centre campus is at the heart of Dundee.
To find out more about the team please visit: https://www.dundee.ac.uk/cahid/
Closing Date 18 January 2019
Any Additional InformationAnatomy and forensic anthropology are core activities of the University of Dundee’s award winning Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification. CAHID offers a suite of programmes in forensic anthropology, anatomy, forensic art and forensic archaeology at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level. CAHID has excellent relationships with the practitioner community in forensic anthropology and forensic science and is widely networked both nationally and internationally, engaging in the development of teaching, practice and professional policy. Our centre undertakes a variety of casework and works regularly with the police, legal professionals (prosecutors, defence lawyers and judiciary). All of our forensic anthropology staff are certified by the professional body and all undertake active casework.
CAHID has a rich and vibrant research community with over 25 PhD students, creating a research led teaching culture.
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