|Salary:||£39,745 to £61,823 Grade J/K/L, per annum|
|Placed On:||24th January 2023|
|Closes:||20th February 2023|
£39,745 - £44,737 (Grade J);
£46,047 - £51,805 (Grade K);
£54,949 - £61,823 (Grade L) per annum
The Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Bristol is looking to recruit a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Structures. The Department is a part of the School of Civil, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, renowned for delivering both high quality teaching and world-class research. The role is based on research, teaching & administration.
Outstanding candidates with a strong academic and/or industrial background in research, potentially with industry experience or a track record of close collaboration with the engineering industry are encouraged to apply. You should have a PhD or similar in a subject of relevance to Structures, with expertise, or capable to develop expertise, in experimental methods at large scale, such as research on resilient structures and critical infrastructure networks under multi-hazard/climate change/extreme loads, use of new, sustainable, and low-cost structural materials, and structural health monitoring.
The post comes at an exciting time for the Faculty of Engineering following the successful completion of the £12M National Soil-Foundation-Structure Interaction (SoFSI) Facility as part of the UK Collaboratorium for Research on Infrastructure and Cities (UKCRIC) network. The successful candidate will primarily align and develop their research with UKCRIC and SoFSI activities.
What will you be doing?
You should apply if
In order to capitalise on opportunities which allow us to grow and fortify our research & empower a suite of progressive and enriched educational offerings, the Faculty is creating a new structure with four Schools (to replace the current two Schools) which will launch formally in August 2023. Each School is designed to have:
Informal enquires are welcome and can be directed to:
Professor Erdin Ibraim (firstname.lastname@example.org), Head of Civil Engineering Department
Professor Simon Neild (Simon.Neild@bristol.ac.uk), Head of School, CAME
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