|Salary:||£37,386 to £41,931 per annum, dependent on experience|
|Placed On:||29th March 2023|
|Closes:||23rd April 2023|
Full time (37 hours/week)
The Department of Engineering and Mathematics is home to over 100 academic staff, with students and their experience at the forefront of what we do.
We place equal emphasis on teaching and research, be it subject or pedagogic research to transform lives.
Our portfolio covers Maths, Physics and a broad range of Engineering disciplines. The Department is arranged into a number of subject groups responsible for developing and delivering their relevant subject areas and courses.
The Department benefits from strong industry partners; we work with a number of leading organisations including JCB, Kimberly Clark, AMEY Rail and Network Rail to provide applied learning opportunities for our students and jobs for our graduates. Our graduates perform well in the labour market with 89% in work or further study and 72% in highly skilled employment.
For this post, we are looking to recruit someone who can lead, develop and deliver aspects of materials engineering. The successful applicants will have knowledge and expertise in one or more of the following: metal, polymer, ceramic and/or composite materials.
Professional experience, preferably obtained through employment in a relevant industrial sector, is also essential.
The successful candidates will be expected to contribute to delivery across our courses.
We offer a diverse range of benefits and opportunities to pursue a rewarding and fulfilling career in a supportive environment.
As well as 35 days annual leave and the eight standard UK bank holidays, you also get up to six extra days each year for extended University closure around some UK public/holidays.
You will be contractually enrolled into the Teachers’ Pension Scheme (TPS) – one of the largest and most generous defined benefit pension schemes in the country. Each year you will earn a secure pension benefit of 1/57th of your salary and the University will pay pension contributions towards the cost of this pension (currently worth about 24% of your salary). For a starting salary of £40,000, for example, the University would pay around £9,500 in the first year of your employment and you would earn a pension of £702 p.a. for that year (payable from your State Pension Age).
Further details on TPS can be found here: New Starter | Teachers' Pensions (teacherspensions.co.uk)
We welcome applications for flexible working arrangements.
For this job, we particularly welcome applications from female applicants who are underrepresented in this area at Sheffield Hallam.
The University may be able to sponsor the employment of international applicants in this role; this will depend on a number of factors specific to the individual applicant.
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