Teaching Fellow/Senior Teaching Fellow

University College London - Department of Space and Climate Physics

The appointment will be on UCL Grade . The salary range will be £38,581-£41,864 Grade 7 / £43,023-£50,753 Grade 8 per annum, including London allowance of £3031, payable only if job role is based in London.

The Department of Space and Climate Physics is a research and teaching department of UCL that participates in international space science missions by providing custom instrumentation, hardware and software products and by exploiting and interpreting the scientific aspects of the data that the missions obtain. Our teaching and training programme extends to both Masters students, industrial customers and public organisations.

An exciting opportunity has arisen to recruit a Senior Teaching fellow and Teaching Fellow to join the Technology Management Group. The successful applicants will contribute significantly to the teaching and training activities of Group, dedicating most of their time to academic Masters-level teaching at UCL’s main campus in London, and to industrial training at various locations in the UK and overseas. The successful applicants may also have the opportunity to conduct project management or systems engineering for one or more instrumentation development projects at the Department. The post will be based at Holmbury St Mary (Surrey) or central London, to suit the applicant’s circumstances, but in either case, regular (once or twice per week) travel to London and at least occasional (once every few months) travel to Holmbury St Mary is likely to be necessary. The Department is family-friendly and applications would be welcome from applicants seeking part-time opportunities.

Applicants for the Senior Teaching Fellow post should have a doctorate in a relevant subject area (science, engineering or management) or equivalent industrial experience. Applicants for the Teaching Fellow post should have a minimum of a Masters in a relevant subject area. Post holders for either post should also have excellent written and verbal communication skills, including: the ability to present complex information effectively to a range of audiences; the ability to teach technology and engineering management; and, the ability to work collaboratively and as part of a team. They should have practical experience of performing technology management, systems engineering or project management.

UCL vacancy reference: 1708695     

Applicants should apply online. To access further details about the position and how to apply please click on the ‘Apply’ button below.

If you have specific queries regarding the posts please contact Michael Emes (m.emes @ucl.ac.uk). For queries regarding the application process please contact Suzanne Winter (s.winter@ucl.ac.uk). Further details about MSSL can be found on :http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mssl and www.ucl.ac.uk/systems-engineering:http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mssl and www.ucl.ac.uk/systems-engineering.

Interview Date: TBC

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