Job Advertisement: Closing Date 5th May 2011
Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Applied Mathematics
School of Computing, Engineering and Information Sciences
Salary: SL: GBP 36,862 - GBP 45,336; L: GBP 31,798 - GBP 35,788
Let me bring this job advert to your attention. Note that Dr James
McLaughlin has recently been appointed as lecturer in Applied
Mathematics at Northumbria University, and thus the School's research
interests now include Solar Physics and Magnetohydrodynamics.
Working within the Mathematics and Statistics Subject Team you will
provide expertise in areas of Applied Mathematics such as Mathematic
Modelling and/or Engineering Mathematics to further enhance the
research, teaching and entrepreneurial activities in this area. This
will include designing, developing and delivering high quality teaching
activities, undertaking individual and joint research to produce quality
academic outputs and inform teaching and participating in external
activity to generate income and promote the subject.
You must hold a first degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline and
have subject expertise in Applied Mathematics along with specialist
knowledge gained through research activity, professional practice or
consultancy. Experience of teaching within an appropriate field and the
potential to undertake research activity which will contribute to the
School's research submission is also essential. Expertise in teaching
MATLAB is desirable. Candidates being considered for appointment at
Senior Lecturer level must be qualified to Doctoral level.
For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Dr. Colin
Creasy on 0191 2274348.
Closing date: 5 May 2011
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Northumbria University is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes
applications from all sectors of the community.
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