The successful candidate can expect to teach at undergraduate and graduate levels in all areas of mechanical engineering. The post holder will also supervise undergraduate, taught graduate and research graduate students; and, contribute to the development of learning materials and the planning and implementation of the Department’s curricula. The post holder is expected to secure external funding to support their own research activities and to publish their research work in leading international journals.
For appointment in Engineering Structures, the new Lecturer/Senior Lecturer will have a track record of research in traditional engineering structures: for example, steel frame construction, off-shore/marine structures, aircraft, satellites or vehicles.
For appointment in Engineering Materials, the new Lecturer/Senior Lecturer will have a track record of research in multiscale modelling of mechanical properties of materials and their engineering applications (excluding biomaterials and bioengineering).
The principal criteria for appointment are research excellence demonstrated through a strong publication record, evidence of securing external funding, and demonstrable evidence of teaching excellence at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
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If you have any queries regarding the vacancy or the application process, please contact PJ Tan email@example.com for Structures or Mark Miodownik firstname.lastname@example.org for Materials. For queries about the recruitment process, please contact Jamie Maher email@example.com