|Salary:||From £38,205 per annum with USS benefits / Senior Lecturer: £45,585 to £55,218 per annum with USS benefits|
|Placed On:||25th September 2023|
|Closes:||15th October 2023|
Lecturer: £38,205 to £44,263 per annum with USS benefits
Senior Lecturer: £45,585 to £55,218 per annum with USS benefits
This position will be based at the Bay or Singleton Campus
Swansea University’s vision is to transform lives and futures by providing an outstanding academic environment with a balance of excellence between world-class teaching and research, driving impact that is enabled by effective regional and global collaborations.
The Departments of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering within the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) deliver internationally excellent and world-leading research in advanced solutions for sustainable resources, processes and materials. The primary emphasis for the appointed postholder will be on achieving research excellence, producing world-leading publications, securing competitive funding, and creating real-world impact. We invite applications from highly enthusiastic candidates with strong research expertise in membranes, coatings and related technologies aligned with the principles of circular and green economies. These candidates should exhibit a specific focus in at least one of the areas of energy, wastewater treatment, agri-food and healthcare. Expertise in organics and thin films could be considered. The ideal candidate will bring know-how and skills complementary to those existing in SEAS to strengthen capacity. The applicant will have a strong national and international reputation and will successfully establish their independent collaborative research programme. An industry-facing approach focussing on knowledge transfer and innovation will be looked at favourably.
As all our courses are research-led and practice-driven, the successful applicant should be able to bring their background into their teaching to enhance our students’ experience both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Applicants are requested to clearly stipulate which role they are applying for when making their application and should have an academic profile that aligns.
The University is committed to supporting and promoting equality and diversity in all of its practices and activities. We aim to establish an inclusive environment and welcome diverse applications from the following protected characteristics: age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race (including colour, nationality, ethnic and national origin), religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation.
We have an under-representation of women in the area of academia and would particularly welcome applications from women for this position. We also have an under representation of individuals from minority ethnic backgrounds and would encourage applications from these groups. Appointments will always be made on merit.
Applicants are asked to provide a completed online application providing evidence against the essential criteria in the recruitment documentation.
This post is on an Enhanced Research pathway. The Academic Career Pathways (ACP) scheme is designed to ensure that academic strengths whether in research, teaching, the wider student experience, leadership or innovation and engagement, are all appropriately recognised, developed, valued, and rewarded. Further information is available here. Applicants are very welcome to provide any relevant individual circumstances such as career breaks, any periods of leave or secondment or any other absences, which should be taken into account and how these have had an impact on your career development.
This can be included in Questionnaire 1 on the online application, which asks for further information in support of your application.
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