University of Manchester School of Law
We would welcome candidates with a scientific background and relevant experience in one or more additional areas and people qualified in any of the disciplines that comprise bioethics, who are also qualified or have experience in ethics of science.
Research experience is essential and should include cross-disciplinary / multidisciplinary research across the areas of sciences, science ethics, law and policy, and experience in development and project management in the areas of science/science communication, science ethics and/or law and policy. A PhD in science ethics or a related theme is desirable.
The appointment is tenable for 3 years from 3 November 2008 or a date to be agreed.
For more information see the following website(s): www.manchester.ac.uk/law
Salary: £34,793 – £42,791 p.a.