|Salary:||From £51,799 per annum|
|Placed On:||19th November 2021|
|Closes:||22nd December 2021|
Interview Date: Wednesday 26 January 2022
Please note, this post is permanent, full time at 1.0 FTE
The University of Lincoln was awarded HEFCE Strategic Development Funding to establish a new School of Engineering at its Brayford Campus in the centre of Lincoln in 2009. This is a ground-breaking initiative, in collaboration with Siemens and other employers in the engineering sector that seeks to develop engineering education for the 21st century. The School combines Mechanical, Electrical, Mechatronics and now Biomedical Engineering and offers undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees as well as conducting research, knowledge transfer and employer engagement.
The School of Engineering at Lincoln is research focused. We have funded research programmes with a diverse portfolio of UK and International funding bodies and organisations. A successful applicant will have demonstrable experience in a research area that aligns with or broadens our research portfolio in the area of Biomedical Engineering.
The School of Engineering seeks to appoint a permanent Associate Professor with established teaching expertise in a subject relevant to the field of Biomedical Engineering. The successful candidate will also be expected to act as Programme Leader for this new programme. In addition to teaching duties there will also be an expectation to support wider School of Engineering activities such as pastoral support for students, open days, and other recruitment events.
This is a great opportunity for the right candidate to further develop their teaching and research experience in a rewarding and dynamic environment, with access to excellent facilities and strong industry links.
We strive for a diverse workforce with the very best employees and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all. The University encourages applications from underrepresented groups inclusive of Black, Asian and other minoritised/marginalised ethnic groups, all gender identities and expressions from the LGBT+ community, candidates with a disability, and those that practise different faiths and beliefs, to enhance our One Community where we strive to be kind, patient, and supportive of each other.
Please note: If you are not a British or Irish citizen you will require permission to work in the UK. This will normally be in the form of a visa, however, if you are an EU/EEA/Swiss citizen and resident in the UK before 31 December 2020, this may be your status under the EU Settlement Scheme. Please refer to UK Visas and Immigration for further information and to consider your eligibility requirements to work in the UK prior to your application.
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