|Salary:||£43,414 to £51,805 with potential progression once in post to £58,284 (Grade 8)|
|Placed On:||8th February 2023|
|Closes:||26th March 2023|
Please note: We are advertising both Assistant Professor and Associate Professor, however there is only 1 post available.
Academic Development Programme - new Assistant Professors will undertake a 5-year development programme, at the end of which they are expected to be promoted to Associate Professor. The programme consists of a variety of development opportunities and the time to reflect and develop.
We are seeking to appoint to a new academic post, to strengthen and continue to grow our research and education in Space Engineering. This is a hugely exciting time to be joining our community of aerospace engineers. These roles are a strategic investment to grow our research-intensive educational programmes in Aerospace Engineering, in particular a new MSc in Space Engineering. The space sector is in a period of transformative growth and change. This role will be a key part of developing our space activities in line with the University’s core mission of world class research and outstanding global education that establishes us as one of the world’s top 50 universities within the next decade. Potential areas of space engineering research and educational focus include, but are not limited to:
The appointment is an opportunity either for applicants with an established, sustained track record of excellence in research and education (with a commensurate developing international profile and evidence of funding success and excellent outputs) or for those at an earlier career stage. In the case of the latter, we are seeking a new colleague with exciting, innovative ideas having the potential to develop their academic career in a supportive, collaborative and growing community. Candidates with a background in industrial research or blended academic/industrial careers are strongly encouraged to apply.
The successful candidate will:
In your application, in addition to a CV, please include a cover letter of maximum one page summarising your interest in position and the particular focus of your space engineering experience, activity and ambitions.
For informal enquiries please contact Hugo Williams, Professor of Aerospace Engineering, email@example.com or telephone 0121 414 4931.
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