Lecturer/Senior Lecturer or Reader in Mechanical Engineering
University of Sussex - School of Engineering and Informatics - Department of Engineering and Design
|Salary:||£39,324 to £55,998 per annum|
|Placed on:||30th November 2016|
|Closes:||13th January 2017|
Lecturer: starting at £39,324 and rising to £46,924 per annum
Senior Lecturer/Reader: starting at £48,327 and rising to £55,998 per annum
Applicants at either Lecturer, Senior Lecturer or Reader level will be considered. The successful candidate will be appointed at the level appropriate to their skills, abilities and qualifications.
The Department of Engineering and Design wishes to appoint a Lecturer, Senior Lecturer or Reader in Mechanical Engineering. This is one of seven positions being advertised that are linked to further major investments, supported by a recent £10m grant, for a new centre encompassing computing, robotics, electronics and mechatronics.
The successful applicant will have research interests that align to one of the Department’s buoyant and far-reaching research groups and who would strengthen our internationally leading research activity.
The successful applicant will be expected to teach at undergraduate and postgraduate level in areas such as engineering design, materials, design for manufacture.
Applications should be accompanied by a full CV and statements of future research plans, and where applicants could contribute to teaching across the School.
Informal enquiries may be addressed to Professor D J Mynors, Head of School, D.J.Mynors@sussex.ac.uk.
Closing date for applications: 13th January 2017.
The selection process requires candidates to be available on: 13th February 2017.
For full details and how to apply see www.sussex.ac.uk/jobs.
The University of Sussex is committed to equality of opportunity.
The School is committed to equality and valuing diversity, and currently holds an Athena SWAN Bronze Award. Applications are particularly welcomed from women and black and minority ethnic candidates.
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