ABOUT THE JOB
University of Hull – Engineering
Thriving, respected and established, the University of Hull undertakes internationally acclaimed teaching and research. Equipped with impressive facilities and strong support networks, we’re building on an 80 year legacy of progressive thinking. Our work spans the full range of academic subjects and quality informs our teaching at all levels. Put simply, to join us is to further knowledge regionally, nationally and globally.
The Department of Engineering at the University of Hull is the premier provider of accredited Engineering degree courses in the region. We are a medium-sized department with a reputation for excellent teaching and research, and pride ourselves on the friendly and supportive atmosphere that we provide to our students whilst they study with us.
Applications are invited from individuals with an established research track record in an area which can complement the current research activities of the Department of Engineering.
Our research themes include: Energy and the Environment; Design, Materials and Process Performance; Medical Engineering. Experience of attracting external research funding or collaborating on grant proposals would be advantageous.
The successful candidate will hold a PhD in an engineering or related field and will have the potential to produce work of international distinction. Industrial experience and membership of one of the professional institutions with Chartered Engineer status would be valuable assets.
The successful candidate will also have a willingness to teach across a broad range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses primarily related to mechanical, electronic or process engineering. Good communication skills, self-motivation, enthusiasm and commitment to engineering education are essential.
Salary range £37,651 – £43,622 pa, pro rata.
You can learn more about this position and apply online at www.hull.ac.uk/jobs
(vacancy ref: FS0008).
Closing date: 22 January 2010