UK: Post-Doctoral Researcher in Pharmaceutics at University of Hertfordshire

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Duration:Full time position working 37 hours per week, 1.0 FTE , Fixed term for 3 years

Salary: £25,504 – £30,424 pa

Description: The School of Pharmacy now wishes to appoint a Post-Doctoral Researcher in Pharmaceutics to work in the Research centre. This 3 year term post is designed to add further research capacity to the unit and the successful applicant will conduct a defined research project of their own in the field of topical/ mucosal drug delivery/ toxicology, while also providing support to existing researchers and PhD students.

Eligibilty: You will have a PhD in Pharmacy, Chemistry, Biochemistry or similar life sciences subject with a high quality publication track record. You will have a minimum of 3 years relevant laboratory experience covering a range of laboratory techniques. Experience of submitting grant applications is desirable. A good knowledge of biological barriers and drug delivery is desirable. You should have strong communication skills (written, verbal and presentation), the ability to work both independently and in a team. Good project management skills and assertiveness will be required to contribute to the further development of this thriving research centre.

Under current UKBA regulations, the University is unlikely to be able to get a work permit in respect of this post. We can therefore only accept applications from people who will have the right to work in the UK for the total duration of the contract.

Closing date: 28 August 2013

Interview date: 13 September 2013

Quote reference: 011511

Note:The University offers a range of benefits including a final salary pension scheme, professional development, family friendly policies, child care vouchers, waiving of course fees for the children of staff at UH, discounted memberships at the Hertfordshire Sports Village and generous annual leave.

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