Job Advertisement: Closing Date 27th November 2018
The School of Mathematics and Physics at Queen's University Belfast
seeks to make 2 permanent appointments at lecturer level in the
Astrophysics Research Centre. We are seeking high calibre candidates with
outstanding research track records (appropriate to career stage), who have
the potential to build their own research groups and establish exceptional
research programmes. Successful candidates will be provided with a generous
startup package and PhD studentships to launch their research team.
The lecturers will be expected to contribute to the research and teaching
activities of the School, and to sustain their research team through
external funding. Staff have access to many lines of national funding, such
as the UKRI STFC, Leverhulme Trust and Royal Society, and European funding
lines such as the ERC.
The research interests of the successful candidates must complement and
strengthen one of several existing research areas within the Astrophysics
Research Centre. Specifically, the appointments will be made in the
Area A: Supernovae and transients.
Area B: Identification and characterisation of extrasolar planets.
Area C: Studies of solar system minor bodies.
Area D: Studies of the solar atmosphere from the photosphere to the corona.
Candidates working in either theoretical or observational aspects of these
areas are encouraged to apply. Further details about the Astrophysics
Research Centre, including current staff, research and funded projects,
may be found on the Centre's website at:
Applicants must have a PhD (or equivalent) in Astrophysics or a related
discipline. Also essential is an excellent record of high quality research
publications (commensurate with stage of career) in one of the above are
as, The research interests of the applicant may be in either observational
or theoretical astrophysics, but must complement and strengthen the
Astrophysics Research Centre's activities in one of the above areas.
Applicants must demonstrate evidence of ability to teach Physics modules
at all levels through the medium of English.
Applications from current holders of personal research fellowships, from
for example STFC or the Royal Society and ERC, are particularly welcome.
Applicants must clearly state in their application for which of the above
areas they are applying. An application pack for the post, containing
further details and guidelines on how to submit your application online,
is available at:
Job reference : 18/106922
Salary range : GBP 36,261 - GBP 50,132 per annum.
Closing date for applications: Tuesday, 27th November 2018 at 4pm.
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