Senior Teaching Associate or Teaching Fellow in Water & Environmental Management

University of Bristol - Department of Civil Engineering

The Queen’s School of Engineering is seeking to appoint either a Senior Teaching Associate or Teaching Fellow in Water and Environmental Management to be based within our Department of Civil Engineering. The level of appointment will depend on skills and experience.

The role will primarily focus on postgraduate teaching related to Water and Environmental Management, though may also involve contributions to units and activities related to the Department’s other programmes. Specifically, the post holder will be required to work closely with the Programme Director to contribute to the design, coordination, delivery and on-going development of the MSc in Water & Environmental Management.

Teaching will include involvement in all modules of the programme, which currently covers: quantitative research methods and research skills; fundamental processes that govern water movement through the environment; environmental management, policy and regulation; integrated catchment management; environmental systems and ecosystems services; and water resources engineering.

See for course details and access to more information about the programme structure and modules

We are seeking an individual with experience of teaching in the higher education sector and of working in the Water and/or Environmental Management sector and who has an in-depth subject knowledge of one or more of the following: quantitative research methods, environmental processes, environmental management. A first degree and postgraduate degree (or equivalent professional qualification) in Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering or relevant related discipline are required.

The School holds a Bronze Athena SWAN Award and we are committed to the equality of opportunities and to selection on merit.  The University has a wide range of policies aimed at supporting staff in work. Please see for further details.

This is a 3-year, fixed-term post. Applications for part-time working or job shares will be considered.

Informal enquiries are welcome and can be directed to the Programme Director, Dr Ross Woods, on

The University is committed to creating and sustaining a fully inclusive culture.  We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities.

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