|Salary:||£41,732 to £54,395 per annum, Grade J / K|
|Placed On:||18th September 2023|
|Closes:||15th October 2023|
This is an outstanding opportunity for an individual passionate about the circular economy and its application to high-value design and manufacturing. You will join the Engineering Systems, Design and Innovation (ESDI) Research Group, renowned for melding deep technical expertise with innovative scientific methodologies.
Your role will be central in extending the group's capabilities towards sustainable design and manufacturing in the circular economy. You will collaborate with the Design and Manufacturing Academic Team to teach a range of subjects, including engineering management, across both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
We are inviting applications for a Lecturer enthusiastic about growing in this multifaceted role. The position offers leadership opportunities and a supportive, well-resourced academic environment for career development.
What will you be doing?
In this role, you will conduct research within the circular economy field, focusing on sustainable design and manufacturing of products and high value systems. Your contributions will benefit both the academic community and industry, aligning with the goals of the ESDI group. You will collaborate with a range of stakeholders to fund, develop, and execute research projects.
Your teaching responsibilities will cover your research specialism in the circular economy and extend to broader subjects in engineering management. Utilising a variety of modern teaching methodologies, you will work with the Design and Manufacturing Academic Team to provide cutting-edge education. As you grow in the role, you will have the chance to assume greater responsibilities in engineering management education, integrating circular economy principles as appropriate.
You should apply if
This role is for someone deeply interested in sustainable design and manufacturing, particularly in the context of the circular economy. A PhD in engineering, sustainability sciences, or similar discipline is essential. If you are keen on teaching and can envisage yourself leading courses in engineering management, integrating principles of sustainability and the circular economy, then this role is designed for you.
We are looking for candidates who are flexible, reliable, and skilled in team collaboration with the ability to forge meaningful relationships with a wide array of stakeholders. We are committed to diversity and inclusivity and keen to find individuals who contribute to an inclusive academic culture.
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 Professsor Julian Booker, 01174554809, email@example.com
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Interviews are anticipated to be held on 1st November 2023.
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