|Salary:||£41,732 to £54,395 per annum, Grade J / K|
|Placed On:||18th September 2023|
|Closes:||16th October 2023|
This is an exceptional opportunity for a person who loves fluid mechanics. Energy will continue to be the critical technology underpinning modern society. You would work with exceptionally strong multidisciplinary groups where energy is treated as an integrated whole.
The Electrical Engineering Research Group's core research lies in the fields of electro-mechanical and power electronics energy conversion, energy systems and advanced control. The group is well-integrated with industry and you would extend its capabilities to cooling and the exploitation of heat in energy systems.
The Energy Management and Flow Academic Team provides education in all of the School's undergraduate programmes as well as postgraduate education. It is progressive, innovative, prize-winning, and committed to team working. In time, you would expect to lead fluid mechanics teaching.
We require a Lecturer who will grow into these roles. The post promises the successful candidate leadership opportunities and the potential for rapid advancement in a supportive, well-resourced environment.
What will you be doing?
In this role you would practise fluid mechanics to expand the frontiers of knowledge, educate students, and make a lasting impact. You will work with other members of the research group and the School and University to conceive, fund, and carry out research projects. You will undertake a wide range of teaching activities including modern delivery methods and student projects. You will work with other members of the academic team to deliver modern, innovatory teaching and will a central role in shaping fluid mechanics teaching.
You should apply if
This is an excellent opportunity for someone grounded in fluid mechanics and who wishes to develop this through their career. You should have a PhD in mechanical, mechanical-electrical, chemical engineering or equivalent. You should have a strong interest in the application of fluid mechanics to engineering systems and be flexible in the types of flows you are interested in and also be interested in heat transfer and flow. We require someone who is flexible, reliable, and able to work well in teams. You should be able to build strong relationships with stakeholders within and beyond the University. We value diversity and inclusivity and are seeking people who will foster an inclusive workplace. A full description of requirements is in the job description.
Join a top-ranked UK research university, offering a hybrid work environment, competitive pay, and flexible working arrangements. Benefit from attractive perks, a strong pension scheme, and access to development and well-being programs. Embrace our inclusive culture, join diverse staff networks, and become part of a supportive community.
For informal queries please contact Dr Mark Gilbertson, +44 (0)117 455 8483, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Interviews are anticipated to be held on 15th November 2023.
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