‘(Fixed term for 12mths)
Keele University wishes to appoint a Lecturer in Medical Ethics from September 2015 to join a successful group of research active staff and to play a crucial part in the delivery of an outstanding portfolio of programmes in Medical Ethics within an internationally recognized and distinctive School of Law.
The successful applicant will join a research group with an established track-record for excellence in Medical Ethics. This excellence was recognised most recently in REF 2014 with Ethicists working in the Healthcare Law and Bioethics cluster, contributing to Keele’s Philosophy submission which was ranked first in the country for its Impact work. Within Law, 26% of all research submitted was viewed as world-leading, placing us within the top 22 Law Schools for world-leading research.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a successful group of research active staff and to play a major contribution within the Healthcare Law and Bioethics group within this internationally recognized and distinctive School.
We are seeking to appoint a highly ambitious individual with excellent research potential and an ability to make a strong and immediate contribution to the delivery of our high-quality postgraduate programmes within Medical Ethics, including the supervision of Master’s students. An expertise in ethical issues relating to decision-making at the end of life would be highly desirable.
For informal enquiries please contact, Professor Andrew Francis, Head of School on 01782 733222 or a.m.francis [at] keele.ac.uk
It is intended that interviews will be held in late June or early July’
Applications are due by 18 June 2015.