Job Advertisement: Closing Date 5th October 2012
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer at the ICG
University of Portsmouth
A Lecturer or Senior Lecturer is required from 1st January 2013, or as
soon as possible thereafter. The post is to enhance our programme of
world-class research and high-quality teaching at the University of
Portsmouth. The successful candidate will have an excellent research
record, complementing the existing research interests and expertise of
ICG staff in cosmology and astrophysics. They will be expected to
develop new research opportunities and be able to attract external
funding to support them. Holders of personal research fellowships are
encouraged to apply. The successful candidate will participate in the
delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate units across a range of
subjects in mathematics and physics.
The ICG consists of 11 academic staff, 14 postdoctoral researchers and
18 PhD students, and is a member of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
(SDSS-III), the Dark Energy Survey, the UK Low Frequency Array
(LOFAR:UK) and the UK National Cosmology Supercomputer Consortium
(COSMOS). We have major roles in many other international collaborations
(including GAMA, SERVS, and ESA=92s Euclid satellite mission) and have
an active international visitors programme. The University of Portsmouth
is a member of the South-East Physics Network (SEPnet) and hosts the
1000-core SEPnet-ASTRO supercomputer (SCIAMA). More information is
available at http://www.icg.port.ac.uk/
Applications (an application form, CV, research statement and names of 3
referees) should be sent by email to [log in to unmask] and copied to
[log in to unmask] by 5th October 2012. Please quote reference number
10002099/10006068 on all communications. Late applications may be
considered until the post has been filled.
All applications for this position will be processed and conducted in
compliance with UK legislation relevant at that time.
Salary: UK pounds 31,948 to 44,166 per annum.
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