[ES_JOBS_NET] 3 new lecturer positions on climate change & environment in the UK
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Wed Jun 4 11:13:35 MDT 2014
Job Title Lecturer in Climate Change and the Environment (3 posts)
Department/Division/Faculty Grantham Institute – Climate Change and the Environment, Faculty of Natural Sciences
Salary Range: £45,040 - £50,190 per annum
South Kensington Campus
As part of Imperial’s expansion of the Grantham Institute, three lectureships are available to drive new activities in climate change and the environment. During the initial three-years the lectureships will be based at the Grantham Institute in order to focus on the development of novel Postgraduate Programmes and to build effective relations with a variety of external organisations. Thereafter, the positions will formally transfer to an appropriate academic Department where the activities can be developed further while maintaining collaboration with the Institute.
You will have both excellent records in research and a proven ability to communicate their interests at multiple levels. In particular, we welcome applications from those working at key disciplinary interfaces relating to both the understanding of, and responses to climate change and the environment.
You will have environment-related expertise in areas including Business and Economics, Public Health, Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Engineering, complementary to our existing strengths. You will have a good honours degree and a doctorate or equivalent, demonstrating effectiveness at working at a multidisciplinary interface of the climate change/environment debate, and a growing international reputation for research and innovation in an area of climate or environmental activity within the College’s remit, supported by evidence of publishing and dissemination of research findings at an international level. You must have experience of planning and undertaking effective collaboration with external partners, and of attracting research funding and/or bids for other financial support, or equivalent measure of impact. You will have a broad knowledge of global climate and environmental issues, and an awareness of government and business interests in them having provided expert advice. Experience and demonstrated success in delivering teaching is essential. In order to succeed in these roles you will have the understanding and vision required to contribute to the setting and delivery of strategic goals, and a personal commitment to the vision and values of the College, including high quality teaching and research. You will have excellent interpersonal and communications skills with an ability to present material in an enthusiastic and motivating way.
If you have any questions about the post please contact the co-Directors of the Grantham Institute (Jo Haigh, j.haigh at imperial.ac.uk; or Martin Siegert, m.siegert at imperial.ac.uk).
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9 June 2014 (midnight BST)
Interviews will be held in the weeks of 16 and 23 June 2014.
How To Apply
Applications should be made by submitting the completed Lecturer and Senior Lecturer (Clinical and Non-Clinical and Recruitment monitoring form, along with any other relevant supporting documents such as your full CV, via email to Ms Angela Kehoe, Senior HR Manager, Telephone: 00 44 (0) 20 7594 5653, e-mail: a.kehoe at imperial.ac.uk, quoting reference number NS2014096NT.
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