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Cardiff University - The School of Physics and Astronomy

Location: Cardiff
Salary: £33,199 to £39,609 per annum (Grade 6)
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 16th September 2019
Closes: 31st October 2019
Job Ref: 9070BR

The School of Physics and Astronomy invites applications for a Lectureship in Condensed Matter and Photonics.  Applicants should have a record of, or potential to produce, research publications that reaches the highest standards of excellence in terms of originality, significance and rigour. The successful candidate will be expected to deliver high-quality teaching and to supervise Masters-level research projects.
This post is full-time (35 hours per week), and open-ended.
Salary: £33,199 - £39,609 per annum (Grade 6)
For further details of this vacancy please contact Professor Peter Smowton, Head of School on
For further information about working at Cardiff University please contact Glesni Lloyd on

Date Posted: Monday, 16 September 2019

Closing Date: Thursday, 31 October 2019

Cardiff University is committed to supporting and promoting equality and diversity.  Our inclusive environment welcomes applications from talented people from diverse backgrounds. We strongly welcome applicants any ethnic minority group, as they are under-represented in our School. The University is committed to ensuring that we sustain a positive working environment for all staff to flourish and achieve. As part of this commitment, the University has developed a flexible and responsive framework of procedures to support staff in managing their work and personal commitments wherever possible.

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