[PCST] New Lectureship in Science Communication
S.Illingworth at mmu.ac.uk
Thu Mar 17 09:23:09 CET 2016
Hi Everyone (and apologies for any cross-posting),
Manchester Met is delighted to offer a new lectureship in Science Communication. The successful applicant will help to deliver on the new MSc in Science Communication that is launching next academic year, and to continue to develop our portfolio of innovative and effective public engagement. The ideal candidate will have experience of the medical writing and medical communications industry and will be an excellent communicator and teacher/trainer.
You can find more information here: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/ANF678/lecturer-science-communication/
It is a really fantastic opportunity to work in a great team (biased I know), and in the current European City of Science. If you want any more information please just get in touch.
Dr Sam Illingworth Senior Lecturer in Science Communication, Manchester Metropolitan University
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