|Salary:||£45,737 to £52,841 Grade 7, per annum|
|Placed On:||29th March 2023|
|Closes:||12th April 2023|
Closing Date: 12 April 2023
The role is full time but we will consider requests for flexible working arrangements, including job share
The Department of Applied Science in the School of Computing, Engineering and Built Environment is comprised of the instrumentation and control subject areas alongside chemical sciences. The Department offers the following postgraduate programmes: MSc Applied Instrumentation and Control, and MSc in Applied Data Science in Engineering. In addition, we have an undergraduate programme in Forensic Investigation. The Department hosts modules in control and instrumentation at all undergraduate and postgraduate levels to mechanical and electrical engineering programmes (including Graduate Apprenticeship) across the School.
We are looking to appoint a Lecturer in Control Engineering with a track record in teaching and research who is committed to enhancing the student experience and understanding in this challenging subject area. The successful candidate will be part of an enthusiastic team contributing to all levels of teaching, research and student support within the subject area. Our laboratories are well equipped to ensure that teaching and research in control and instrumentation is well supported.
You will have a PhD in a relevant control engineering area, and experience of teaching, including use of mathematical modelling tools for control applications, academic delivery and a strong commitment to the enhancement of teaching, student experience and progression. You should have an in-depth knowledge of modern control systems analysis and design as well as the practical implementation of control and instrumentation systems. A current and appropriate record of research and / or knowledge exchange that compliments the existing themes of the University, which are aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) is essential and preferably complements one of the research areas of existing academic staff in the Department / School.
The Department is expanding its portfolio to include the digital transformation of engineering assets and is particularly interested in hearing from engineers who have experience and skills in this area and SCADA. An eagerness to engage in extra-curriculum activities and outreach programmes would be desirable.
Further details on this post are available by contacting Professor Sheila Smith, Head of Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0141 331 3552.
You can apply for this role through the Glasgow Caledonian University vacancies page https://www.gcu.ac.uk/jobs/jobs
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