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Senior Lecturer in Historic Conservation

Oxford Brookes University - Technology, Design and Environment

Location: Oxford
Salary: £40,792 to £50,132 pro rata
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 22nd May 2019
Closes: 30th June 2019
Job Ref: 068149

£40,792, rising annually to £50,132 pro rata

The School of the Built Environment at Oxford Brookes University is a globally renowned centre of excellence in Real Estate, Construction, Planning and Urban Design. Having undergone significant transformation and growth over the last decade, we are proud of our comprehensive range of leading edge undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and our thriving research community. With the continued success of our courses, we are now investing in a major expansion programme and are seeking talented and committed academics and professionals to join our team.

Your job will involve contributing to existing teaching and research as well as opening up new horizons and developing innovative new programmes with real life significance to build better and more sustainable cities and communities.

In this first round of recruitment, we are looking to fill positions in property management, valuation, project management, construction informatics, planning and historic conservation. If you meet our person specifications and want to join a progressive academic institution at the forefront of teaching and research in the built environment then we want to hear from you.

This post is based in the School of the Built Environment, a dynamic and multidisciplinary environment with a strong tradition of excellence in teaching underpinned by world-class research and strong industry links in the professional fields of real estate, construction, urban design and planning.

This is a permanent, part time, 0.6fte, position.

As Senior Lecturer in Historic Conservation you will be responsible for:

  • Teaching on historic conservation programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels
  • Pursuing research and knowledge transfer activities
  • Seeking external funding for research and knowledge transfer
  • Supervising higher degree students
  • Leading programmes and curriculum development
  • Leading the development of new educational initiatives.

You should have:

  • A good first degree and/or post-graduate degree in a planning related discipline
  • Substantive industry or teaching experience in historic conservation
  • The potential to develop and sustain externally funded research and knowledge transfer work
  • The potential or track record of publishing in high quality refereed journals
  • The ability to teach and supervise undergraduate and postgraduate students
  • The ability to develop and lead new programmes
  • The ability to build collaborative internal and external relationships
  • Experience of successfully working as part of a multi-professional team.

Training in teaching methods is provided for those without relevant experience.

If you would like an opportunity to discuss the position informally prior to submitting an application please contact Professor Ramin Keivani, Head of School of the Built Environment. Enquiries should be addressed to Ms Maria Toneva mtoneva@brookes.ac.uk in the first instance.

The University has adopted equality, diversity and inclusion as core values. We welcome applications from suitably qualified candidates whatever their background, and especially from BAME candidates who are under-represented in our workforce.

International applicants from outside the EU will need to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK.

   
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