Applications are invited for two University Lectureships from candidates working in the area of Engineering, Environment and Sustainable Development. The new positions will be within the Environment section of the Civil Structural and Environmental Engineering Division of the department, which runs the highly successful MPhil in Engineering for Sustainable Development and has an internationally leading profile in research particularly related to Resource Efficiency and Water Infrastructure.
Candidates should have an excellent track record in research, a strong commitment to teaching and the potential to form internationally leading independent research activities in any related areas of research, but particularly:
Resource Efficiency: one of the appointments will have a research focus in this area, following the recent award of an EPSRC Programme Grant on this topic in the department.
Whole Systems Analysis of Risk: across the Infrastructure sector, engineers have to operate within an increasingly complex set of constraints and uncertainties where adaptation planning is increasingly essential.
International Development: the MPhil program in Engineering for Sustainable Development has a strong international focus, which creates demand for related teaching and creates an opportunity for innovative research. Many current opportunities have been created through the Global Challenges Research programs supporting low-income countries
Successful candidates are likely to have a strong interest in inter-disciplinary working, across the integrated department of Engineering, and with other departments in the University. Specifically, candidates with experience of using social science methodologies in an engineering context could be of particular value.
The successful candidates will take up their appointments on 1 January 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter.
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In addition to this, please ensure that you upload the application documentation as follows:
a Curriculum Vitae (CV);
a publications list highlighting your top three publications; and
a statement of professional, teaching and research experience and future research plans within an integrated engineering department (no more than three A4 pages). Please highlight how you would take advantage of interactions with one or more of the other groups in Cambridge working in related areas.
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The closing date for applications is 31 August 2019. If you have any questions about the application process, please contact the HR Office (firstname.lastname@example.org, +44 (0) 1223 332615).
The interviewing panel will meet soon after the closing date and agree on a procedure for short-listing candidates who will be invited to visit the Department, give a short seminar/lecture and attend a formal interview. This process may include soliciting references before a final short-list is agreed.
Informal inquiries may be made to Professor Julian Allwood, e-mail: Allwoodemail@example.com
Please quote reference NM18743 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
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