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Lecturer in Applied Mathematics (Teaching & Research) Grade 7/8

University of Liverpool - Faculty of Science and Engineering: School of Physical Sciences: Department of Mathematical Sciences

Location: Liverpool
Salary: £34,188 to £51,630 per annum (or pro rata)
Hours: Full Time, Part Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 21st November 2018
Closes: 1st March 2019
Job Ref: 010490

The Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Liverpool invites applications for a lectureship position in the area of Applied and Computational Mathematics, affiliated with the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council funded Liverpool Centre for Mathematics in Healthcare. You should have a PhD in a relevant area of the Mathematical Sciences and have an excellent track record of publications in internationally excellent journals. Experience as principal investigator for external research funding would be desirable. You will have experience in teaching both small and large groups and in the supervision of postgraduate students.

The School of Physical Sciences is an Athena SWAN Silver Award holder and is committed to encouraging, developing and supporting women in their research and academic careers. We are working to create an inclusive environment which values a diverse workforce and we recognise that many individuals value flexibility in their work/life balance, therefore this post may be taken up on a Part-Time (a minimum of 0.5 FTE) or Full-Time basis (including a Job Share).

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