Three permanent academic positions - Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College London, UK
Situated in the heart of South Kensington's museum district, the Department of Earth Science and Engineering <http://www.imperial.ac.uk/earth-science> at Imperial College London employs ~45 academic staff members and ~85 postdoctoral research scientists supported by a team of 26 professional and technical staff. Our academics and researchers are at the cutting edge of discovering how Earth and planetary systems work and how natural resources and energy can be sustainably extracted and utilized, using a combination of pure and applied research. We are a multidisciplinary and diverse community that promotes inclusive and collaborative work. We have strong ties with colleagues across Imperial College London and have a track record of working closely with our neighbours at the Natural History Museum who offer complementary expertise, access to unique sample collections, impressive analytical facilities and outreach opportunities. We collaborate with colleagues both nationally and internationally.
Our research is wide-ranging and is performed across three sections: Earth & Planets, Petroleum Geoscience and Engineering and Computational Geoscience and Engineering. Our teaching involves Undergraduate-level courses in Geology, Geophysics and Petroleum Geoscience and Masters-level courses in Petroleum Geoscience, Petroleum Engineering and Metals and Energy Finance. We continue to develop our teaching portfolio and have recently added a new MSc course in Applied Computational Science and Engineering and a new undergraduate degree scheme in Earth & Planetary Science.
Duties and responsibilities
We invite applications for three permanent positions to join our friendly and dynamic department. We are looking for colleagues in any area that complements and enriches our existing activities. You will be committed to performing original research, looking to develop an international reputation for the quality of your research, open to growing your research interests, and intending to write research funding bids and engage in opportunities to do so with your colleagues in the department and across Imperial College London. You should be excited to join our dedicated teaching programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, engage with our curious and talented students, and help your colleagues within the department and across Imperial College London with administrative activities, thereby contributing to our excellent national and international reputation.
We will help you to develop, build, nurture and inspire your research group, to become an international leader in your field, and to provide the best possible educational experience to our students. You may be a Postdoc, Research Fellow, or already hold a Lectureship or Senior Lectureship or an equivalent position (Assistant Professor) at an academic institution or industrial organisation.
For appointment to Lecturer, in addition to relevant post-doctoral experience, applicants will possess a doctorate in Earth Science, Engineering or a related discipline, a number of high-quality publications in refereed journals, and evidence of the skills and qualities required for winning research funding.
For appointment to Senior Lecturer, candidates will have a growing internationally-recognised research record in Earth Science, Engineering or a related discipline. In addition, candidates will have contributed to undergraduate and/or postgraduate teaching, have a track record of participation in successful postgraduate student supervision, and a history of attracting research funding.
To apply, please visit our website: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/jobs/. You will find this vacancy by searching either the position title or job number: ENG00595. Within your submission please ensure you include:
* a completed application form
* a full CV (including a list of publications) that covers any aspects of your career not covered by the application form
* a statement of your research plans over the next 5 years (2 pages maximum)
* a brief statement of your teaching interests (1-page maximum)
We are looking for colleagues who are available to start on or after 1 March 2019.
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Closing date: 11th January 2019.