Professor of Pharmacy and Biochemistry - Salary and Career
Teachers of Biological and Health Sciences in Higher Education

Professor of Pharmacy and Biochemistry - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They teach didactic activities, prepare theoretical and practical classes for subjects in the biological and health sciences, in higher education, plan courses, carry out extension activities and disseminate academic production. They guide and evaluate students, participate in university administration, evaluate disciplines and courses, communicate orally and in writing. You can develop research.

How much does an Professor of Pharmacy and Biochemistry earn

A Professor of Pharmacy and Biochemistry earns between $1.122 and $12.801 per month, with an average monthly salary of $4.394 and a median salary of $3.000 according to an salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 147 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Professor of Pharmacy and Biochemistry

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 4.394 52.727 1.098 35
1º Quartile 1.122 13.460 280 9
Median Salary 3.000 36.000 750 24
3º Quartile 9.763 117.151 2.441 77
Higher Salary 12.801 153.612 3.200 101

Professional job categories

  • Science and arts professionals
    • teaching professionals
      • higher education teachers
        • teachers of biological and health sciences in higher education

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Main workplaces

Teachers of Biological and Health Sciences in Higher Education the positions of this CBO family exercise their functions in institutions whose activities are related to teaching and research and development. They are employed as salaried workers, with a formal contract. They are organized in a multidisciplinary work team, work with occasional supervision, in closed environments and, generally, during the day. In some occupations, professionals can perform their activities under pressure, leading them to a stressful situation, they can remain in uncomfortable positions for periods of time and, still, they can be exposed to the action of toxic materials, radiation and intense noise.

What does it take to work in the field of Teachers of Biological and Health Sciences in Higher Education

These occupations are performed by people with higher education, usually complemented by specialization, master's, doctoral and post-doctoral degrees. In public universities, access is by competition.

Functions and activities of Professor of Pharmacy and Biochemistry

Teachers of Biological and Health Sciences in Higher Education must:

  • evaluate students, subjects and courses;
  • planning courses;
  • rate students, subjects and courses;
  • carry out extension activities;
  • orienting students;
  • perform outreach activities;
  • advise students;
  • minister didactic activities;
  • orient students;
  • prepare theoretical and practical classes;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • guide students;
  • carry out outreach activities;
  • perform extension activities;
  • disseminate academic production;
  • ministering didactic activities;
  • ministering teaching activities;
  • communicate;
  • participate in university administration;
  • plan courses;
  • disclose academic production;
  • develop research;
  • guidance students;
  • develop searches;

  • Activities

    • participate in collegiate bodies;
    • set course objectives;
    • act with discipline;
    • developing menus;
    • organize campaigns and health and environment programs;
    • offer courses;
    • participate in the administration of university hospitals, outpatient clinics, clinics and others (analysis laboratory );
    • produce iconographic and illustrative materials;
    • provide approval with the research ethics committee;
    • demonstrate creativity;
    • select teaching methodology;
    • grant media interviews;
    • demonstrate organizational skills;
    • instruct students in the formation of attitudes;
    • coordinating seminars and discussion groups;
    • stimulate development of ethical conduct;
    • review literature;
    • advise on the use of equipment and materials;
    • define a professional profile of completion;
    • review texts;
    • disseminate methods, techniques and products, with the community;
    • establishing number of vacancies;
    • instructing students in special techniques;
    • write didactic, scientific and technical texts;
    • guide the elaboration of projects and scientific texts;
    • update literature;
    • instructing students in the formation of attitudes;
    • register student attendance;
    • analyze data;
    • coordinate disciplines;
    • demonstrate ability to motivate;
    • prepare assessments;
    • participate in scientific events;
    • have a global vision;
    • elaborate diverse opinions;
    • clarify doubts;
    • exercise curation of collections;
    • write newsletters;
    • share knowledge;
    • lead people;
    • prepare results presentation;
    • supervise curricular internships;
    • identify prerequisites;
    • integrate multidisciplinary environmental and community intervention teams;
    • select content;
    • stimulate development of professional skills and abilities;
    • propose changes in curricular structure;
    • obtain publication funding;
    • advise on the use of research sources;
    • join the board of scientific and professional associations;
    • interpret written messages (written comprehension);
    • prepare assessments;
    • write technical, scientific reports and bulletins;
    • prepare scientific documentation;
    • stimulate a critical attitude;
    • capture material and financial resources;
    • argue clearly and consistently;
    • develop projects;
    • propose changes in curriculum structure;
    • coordinate scientific missions;
    • demonstrate analytical skills;
    • encourage group work;
    • coordinate search;
    • head department;
    • act with a critical sense;
    • provide hospital, outpatient and community care;
    • correct academic work;
    • coordinate teaching and research laboratories;
    • coordinate institutional projects;
    • discuss evaluation with student;
    • elaborate a proposal to create a course;
    • guide the student's academic path;
    • develop equipment and materials;
    • propose agreements;
    • interpret oral messages (oral comprehension);
    • stimulate group work;
    • demonstrate analytical ability;
    • adapt equipment and materials;
    • supervise experiments;
    • set workload;
    • perform ad hoc consulting;
    • defending course approval in relevant instances;
    • manage research resources;
    • express yourself orally;
    • implement educational and preventive actions;
    • building faculty;
    • disseminate methods, techniques and products to the community;
    • identify market demand;
    • stimulate self-learning;
    • analyze the evaluation process;
    • define a list of subjects;
    • submit texts for publication;
    • orienting the development of scientific projects and texts;
    • work in a group;
    • compose final presentation of publications;
    • join the editorial board of journals;
    • preside over collegiate bodies;
    • establish research methodology;
    • guide the development of projects and scientific texts;
    • express yourself in writing;
    • participate in committees;
    • elaborate academic-administrative reports;
    • integrate teams from external bodies to the educational institution;
    • organize health and environment campaigns and programs;
    • define academic policies;
    • define bibliography;
    • integrate multidisciplinary teams for environmental and community intervention;
    • orient internships, research and monitoring activities;
    • minister field activities;
    • coordinating the implementation of courses;
    • disseminate methods, techniques and products, together with the community;
    • define evaluation criteria and calendar;
    • stimulate critical attitude;
    • define workload;
    • train research team;
    • build research team;
    • join scientific and professional associations;
    • guide task execution;
    • prepare didactic material;
    • record evaluation results;
    • develop a schedule of activities;
    • provide lectures and conferences;
    • disclose evaluation results;
    • coordinate scientific events;
    • establish scientific exchange;
    • review assessments;
    • participate in selection, qualification and titration boards;
    • orient students in scientific methodology procedures;
    • teach research methods and techniques;
    • minister lectures;
    • minister practical classes;
    • participate in the administration of animal facilities, museums, farms and others;
    • participate in competition boards;
    • demonstrate synthesis ability;
    • collect data;
    • provide advice and consultancy;
    • guide the development of scientific projects and texts;

    Sectors that hire Professor of Pharmacy and Biochemistry the most in the job market

    • higher education - undergraduate and postgraduate
    • higher education - undergraduate
    • higher education - postgraduate and extension
    • clinical laboratories
    • pharmaceuticals retail trade, without formula handling
    • professional and management development training
    • outpatient medical activity with resources for performing complementary exams
    • health management support activities
    • diagnostic imaging services using ionizing radiation

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