Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Engineering Management (Logistics and Supply Chain Management)
Coventry University - School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Automotive Engineering / Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing
|Salary:||£32,013 to £52,800 per annum|
|Placed on:||11th October 2016|
|Closes:||11th November 2016|
£32,013 - £39,333 / £37,083- £52,800 per annum
Coventry University is significantly investing in research excellence, in our teaching and learning strategy and in substantial campus estates development. We have been ranked as the Top Modern University in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide league tables in 2014, 2015 and 2016. We also were awarded University of the Year in 2015.
The Faculty of Engineering and Computing has a global reputation for our teaching and research. In particular, our innovative Activity-led Learning approach is internationally recognised and has shaped the unique culture of our forward-facing Faculty, with its inspirational £55M state-of the art building hosting new equipment and facilities. We strive to empower our students through expert education informed by world-class research. We are firmly focussed on preparing students for successful careers, in the context of industry’s current and future demands. We have a strong tradition of business-focussed research and the University is investing in new research centres to develop our areas of expertise and achieve excellence with impact.
Owing to the continued growth and success of our undergraduate and postgraduate Engineering teaching and research, we are seeking to appoint experienced candidates with a passion for teaching and research.
We require a new full time, permanent member of staff with expertise in Engineering Management and a background and experience of Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
Applicants should have, as a minimum, a higher degree in engineering / logistics / Supply Chain Management or equivalent related industrial experience appropriate to the position offered. Experience of teaching, module management and supervising student project work would be essential. Experience of working on and contributing to managing applied research projects would also be desirable.
The successful candidate will be a highly motivated self-starter and able to communicate with students, engineers and management in industry and academia at all levels. You must be able to take a leading role in developing industrial and academic collaboration and work within a team to develop successful funding proposals ensuring that projects are managed to deliver high quality and timely deliverables. The ambition to succeed in a competitive arena is essential.
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Reference Number: REQ004628
Closing date: 11 November 2016
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