|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 of Construction Law.
This is a great opportunity to join us delivering innovative research-led and industry-engaged teaching across our range of construction programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels including our MSc/LLM Construction Law and practice.
Our programmes have a strong pedigree in delivering excellence in teaching and provide a high-quality experience for our students, firmly rooted in academic achievement and current and future practice-based relevance.
Our graduates make a positive difference in industry and academia by holding leadership positions in organisations and academic institutions across the world.
Construction and Management is part of the Directorate of Sustainable Built and Natural Environments and as a future member you will be part of our diverse team of research active staff.
Candidates should demonstrate an active research profile, and be able to demonstrate experience of high-quality, student-centred teaching across a range of Construction law related subjects.
Given the barriers facing female researchers, and those from black, Asian and minority ethnic communities, we strongly encourage applications from these groups.
We are also open to applications from those with non-traditional career paths, including those with family, caring or health-related career breaks, or those who have moved to academia from a career in another sector.
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.
What’s in it for you? – the benefits
Please contact Dr. Anthony Higham (A.P.Higham@salford.ac.uk) Head of Construction & Management for an informal discussion.
Vacancy closing date: 23rd April 2023.
Interview date: Tuesday 9th May 2023.
We look forward to receiving your application.
For more information and to apply for this vacancy, please visit
Interview date: 09/05/2023
At the University of Salford we are committed to an inclusive approach to promoting equality and diversity.
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