Abertay is a modern university with a global outlook, rooted in its local and national communities. Last year we marked the 125th anniversary of our foundation as an institution dedicated to supporting science, industry and the professions with a distinctive interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary approach to teaching, research and knowledge exchange.
The University now seeks to appoint a Lecturer in Geotechnical Engineering within the School of Science, Engineering and Technology.
The School of Science, Engineering and Technology has a diverse and established range of teaching including civil engineering, environmental management, biomedical and forensic sciences and food nutrition and health. The School houses Abertay’s internationally renowned environmental science and engineering and biomedical research.
Reporting to the Head of the Division of Natural and Built Environment you will be expected to lead developments in teaching and research in the area of geotechnical engineering whilst supporting teaching and research activities in structural engineering.
The role requires knowledge and competency of industry standard practices and design and analysis packages and an established independent research profile. You should possess or be willing to work towards Chartered membership of ICE or IStructE or equivalent bodies.
A full candidate brief can be found below which details the job description, person specification and application details
If you believe you have the skills and experience for this exciting and challenging role, please submit your application through our online recruitment system, by clicking apply online below. A curriculum vitae should also be uploaded with your application form, please ensure that it is incorporated at the end of your application form as only one document will be accepted.
Please note that we will only accept applications through our online recruitment system. Applications submitted after the closing date will not be accepted under any circumstances
The closing date for applications is 5th April 2016.
Full details available from Abertay University