|Salary:||£56,021 to £64,914 Grade 9|
|Placed On:||26th September 2023|
|Closes:||9th October 2023|
About the role:
We are seeking an experienced Senior Lecturer (Teaching) in Systems Thinking to join the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
You will play a key role in delivering specialist teaching to MSc and MRes students, with a focus on the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems and the new suite of MSc in Automotive Engineering and Automotive Technology programs.
In this role you will have the opportunity to apply your systems thinking experience to the collaborative design, preparation, delivery and assessment of a wide range of teaching and student learning activities on the above programmes.
This role will also need to coordinate with other members of academic staff (Directors of Studies, other lecturing staff, teaching assistants).
This position is offered on a part time (0.7 FTE / 22.55 hours per week) basis, fixed term until 31st July 2024.
For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Professor Richard Burke on email@example.com or Yvonne Ascott, AAPS CDT Centre Manager, on firstname.lastname@example.org. Please ensure you submit your application through our website.
Our ideal candidate will have:
You will be a kind and culturally aware leader who fosters an environment where every individual is valued and respected, regardless of their background or identity. You will proactively seek out diverse perspectives, recognising the richness and creativity this brings to decision-making and problem-solving. You will remain optimistic in the face of challenges, seeing them as opportunities for growth and innovation. You will understand that change is inevitable and necessary, actively encouraging your team to adapt and evolve. By promoting a culture of openness and inclusivity, coupled with a willingness to listen as well as a readiness to embrace change, you will create a dynamic and empowered team that can thrive in today's rapidly changing world.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering holds a Silver Award for the Athena SWAN scheme, which promotes gender equality among all subject areas. We particularly encourage applications from under-represented groups.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Bath is one of the largest in the UK, with 70 academic staff and 1450 students, and delivers five undergraduate degree themes including Aerospace Engineering. We rank highly in league tables (e.g. for 2023, 2nd in The Guardian, 4th in The Times).
The AAPS CDT is part of the Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems at the University of Bath. The Institute works across the University pulling in expertise from all departments to focus on propulsion system research topics and the wider mobility ecosystem.
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