Senior Lecturer/Reader - Pharmaceutical Innovation and Manufacturing Metrologies (30278)
 

Salary range: £49,230 - £60,513 per annum
FTE: 1.0
Term: Open ended
Closing date: 23 May 2016


NPL is a world-leading centre of excellence in developing and applying the most accurate standards, science and technology available. It occupies a unique position as the UK’s National Measurement Institute, at the intersection of scientific discovery and real world application. Its expertise and original research have underpinned quality of life, innovation and competitiveness for UK citizens and business for more than a century. Supported by its Strategic Academic Partners, NPL is creating a series of regional Hubs across the UK, part of a strategic plan to grow the impact of NPL on the UK economy whilst enhancing the Laboratory’s access to UK Science. The NPL Scotland Hub will serve the Scottish region, based at the University of Strathclyde. The Pharmaceutical Innovation and Manufacturing Metrologies (PIMMS) Theme brings together a team supported by state-of-the-art measurement and metrology capabilities within NPL’s NiCE-MSI (The National Centre of Excellence in Mass Spectrometry Imaging) and Strathclyde’s CMAC National Centre (Continuous Manufacturing and Crystallisation). The shared vision is to develop and apply advanced metrologies to support advanced pharmaceutical manufacturing. The post holder is the research theme lead and will benefit from support from an existing academic and senior management team within CMAC, reporting to the CMAC Centre Director and will take on a key role to develop the PIMMS theme within NPL Scotland.
 
This is a key strategic senior leadership appointment working closely with the senior managers of CMAC and NPL to lead PIMMs research programmes with national and international impact. The post holder will be responsible for leading new research activities building on recent major investments in ToF-SIMS instrumentation and a suite of advanced analytical and characterisation tools within the new £16M CMAC National Facility housed within the University of Strathclyde’s Technology and Innovation Centre. The post holder will also be required to make a significant contribution to administrative activities including membership/chairing of relevant committees and taking on senior administrative positions.  

For informal enquiries please contact Professor Alastair Florence (alastair.florence@strath.ac.uk)

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Faculty
Faculty of Science
Department/School
Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences
Staff Category
Academic
Type of Employment
Open-ended
Working Hours
Full-time
 
Salary range: £49,230 - £60,513 per annum
FTE: 1.0
Term: Open ended
Closing date: 23 May 2016


NPL is a world-leading centre of excellence in developing and applying the most accurate standards, science and technology available. It occupies a unique position as the UK’s National Measurement Institute, at the intersection of scientific discovery and real world application. Its expertise and original research have underpinned quality of life, innovation and competitiveness for UK citizens and business for more than a century. Supported by its Strategic Academic Partners, NPL is creating a series of regional Hubs across the UK, part of a strategic plan to grow the impact of NPL on the UK economy whilst enhancing the Laboratory’s access to UK Science. The NPL Scotland Hub will serve the Scottish region, based at the University of Strathclyde. The Pharmaceutical Innovation and Manufacturing Metrologies (PIMMS) Theme brings together a team supported by state-of-the-art measurement and metrology capabilities within NPL’s NiCE-MSI (The National Centre of Excellence in Mass Spectrometry Imaging) and Strathclyde’s CMAC National Centre (Continuous Manufacturing and Crystallisation). The shared vision is to develop and apply advanced metrologies to support advanced pharmaceutical manufacturing. The post holder is the research theme lead and will benefit from support from an existing academic and senior management team within CMAC, reporting to the CMAC Centre Director and will take on a key role to develop the PIMMS theme within NPL Scotland.
 
This is a key strategic senior leadership appointment working closely with the senior managers of CMAC and NPL to lead PIMMs research programmes with national and international impact. The post holder will be responsible for leading new research activities building on recent major investments in ToF-SIMS instrumentation and a suite of advanced analytical and characterisation tools within the new £16M CMAC National Facility housed within the University of Strathclyde’s Technology and Innovation Centre. The post holder will also be required to make a significant contribution to administrative activities including membership/chairing of relevant committees and taking on senior administrative positions.  

For informal enquiries please contact Professor Alastair Florence (alastair.florence@strath.ac.uk)

Click here for full details.