Salary range: £34,956 – £55,998
Closing Date: 02 April 2017
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE), University of Strathclyde is seeking to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Water/Hydraulic Engineering to provide excellence in research, teaching and knowledge exchange and to build upon our water expertise in the Centre for Water, Environment, Sustainability and Public Health. The Centre currently comprises two Professors, seven Senior Lecturers, four Lecturers, one Knowledge Exchange Fellow and one Research Fellow.
Over the last few years, the Department has seen considerable success in all aspects of academia and are ambitious to continue this upward trajectory. The Department is dynamic with a reputation for having a friendly and active research culture and a current population of around seventy PhD students.
You will join the department’s Centre for Water, Environment, Sustainability and Public Health (WESP), building upon the centre’s significant expertise in water engineering. At Strathclyde, you will build an internationally recognized, externally funded, research group and commit to teaching excellence. Expertise/Research interests from the following areas are particularly encouraged: Hydraulics, water distribution systems, water infrastructure (water and/or wastewater), catchment hydrology, advanced porous media/transport modeller, hydropower, groundwater transport/remediation. The successful candidate will have the ability to teach hydraulics to a high standard reflective of the Departments commitment to teaching excellence.
The successful candidate will have a strong track record of research excellence for their career stage in Water/Hydraulic Engineering. You will have experience in education or engineering practice, applying the most up-to-date experimental techniques, novel technologies or mathematical models to practical problems. For appointment at senior lecturer you will have a track record of attracting significant research funding and prior experience of delivering lectures and laboratories to a high standard.
For informal enquiries, please contact Professor Zoe Shipton, Head of Department [email protected]
0141 548 3183