|Salary:||£44,414 to £52,841|
|Placed On:||28th March 2023|
|Closes:||23rd April 2023|
We have an opportunity to join us for a permanent Lecturer in Planning.
This post will foster further development of this important teaching and research area, addressing topics aligned with the fields of environmental management, geography, and urban sustainability.
As a Lecturer in Planning, you will join our engaged and inspiring team as we develop and deliver high-quality teaching material across a range of modules or short programmes.
We hope you will share our passion for high quality research-led teaching and contribute to delivery of core modules in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in the Geography and Environmental Management area, as well as more broadly across the School.
You should have a first degree in a relevant Geography, Planning or Environment related subject, and either hold or have submitted for examination a PhD in a planning related subject.
A bit about our School (SEE)
The School of Science, Engineering and Environment (SEE) is a centre of discovery and innovation.
With a broad portfolio across computer sciences, engineering, built environment and human and natural sciences, we are one of the largest schools within the University, home to over 6000 students and over 370 colleagues.
Our Research and Innovation Centres work together to collaborate around the world’s greatest challenges including Net Zero, Climate Change and Resilience, Healthy Living and Industry. Our focus is on translating our pioneering research into real-world impact for people and industry and our research is recognised as world leading.
With the largest group of research centres at the University, plus world-class test facilities such as Energy House 2.0, North of England Robotics Innovation Centre (NERIC), and the Acoustics Research Centre, we are at the forefront of pioneering discovery, nurturing the next generation of industry leaders.
What’s in it for you? – the benefits
Please contact Dr. Mike Wood (M.D.Wood@salford.ac.uk) if you would like to know more, or go ahead and apply to submit your application now.
The post is Full Time and is available from 1st May 2023
Vacancy closing date: 23rd April 2023
Interview date: Interviews expected to be on Thursday 11th and Friday 12th May
We look forward to receiving your application.
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