Life Sciences & Medicine job opportunities
We have a variety of roles at different levels available within the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine, across the range of our campuses from London Bridge, St. Thomas’, Denmark Hill and Waterloo. You can find more information by selecting from the list below:
About Life Sciences & Medicine
King’s Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine is one of the largest and most successful centres for research and education in the UK. The faculty consists of over 2,000 staff and 5,000 students within seven Schools, and two Schools of Education - the School of Bioscience Education and the GKT School of Medical Education.
Welcome to Life Sciences & Medicine
King’s Strategic Vision 2029
King’s vision is clear – to make the world a better place. To deliver our vision we are committed to developing and enabling excellent Professional Services. This means making the very best use of the resources available to us, developing a growing culture of service excellence and empowering everyone within the King’s community and the whole Professional Services community to contribute to making our strategic vision a reality.
Our ambitious strategy is transforming the university’s education, research and student experience. New academic directions, new schools, campus master planning with significant growth in King’s physical footprint and major infrastructure investments all require excellent Professional Services; delivered by people who understand and are committed to the King’s mission.
To support this vision we are launching a shared recruitment, training and induction process for our Education Support Services. As a member of the King’s Education & Students Function you will have the opportunity to deliver a world-class student and academic experience by working as one team to plan and deliver high quality services across King’s. This is an ideal opportunity to commence or further your career in Higher Education.
King’s Professional Services are focused on enabling and delivering world leading education and research, developing our people, and improving our processes and systems to meet the needs of a world class university.