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Three lectureships announced

16 Mehefin 2016

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Coastal lecture

As part of our programme of investment and development, the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, is seeking to expand its leading research portfolio and excellent taught programmes by appointing three outstanding scientists to lectureships in Physical Geography (Environmental), Coastal Processes and, as a consequence of our new collaboration with the British Geological Survey, Hydrogeology.

We particularly seek candidates who complement our current research programme and have the skills, enthusiasm and motivation to engage with members of the School and the Cardiff University Research Institutes in Sustainable Places and Water.  You will join our lively and dynamic School which is internationally recognized for its research and teaching. You will have an excellent academic research record, including quality peer-reviewed publications and the proven ability to secure external funding to support your research and ensure its impact beyond academia. A strong commitment to teaching, including practical classes and fieldwork, at all levels is also essential.

The School of Earth and Ocean Science is committed to promoting equality and diversity, including the Athena SWAN charter for promoting women’s careers in STEMM subjects (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine) in higher education. We particularly welcome applications from women for these posts. Appointment will always be made on merit.

Lecturer in Physical Geography – Environmental (Vacancy number: 4859BR)

The successful applicant will have a PhD in Geography or a cognate discipline, a portfolio of innovative research and publication, and a track record of funding success. You will play a role in the continuing development of our international research profile, the delivery of undergraduate teaching in Physical and Environmental Geography, and postgraduate research supervision. No restriction is placed on area of expertise, but preference may be given to candidates with an outstanding science-based research record in the areas of land-surface processes, biogeochemistry, hazards and risk or the impacts of environmental change on human societies.

Lecturer in Coastal Processes (Vacancy number: 4860BR)

The successful applicant will have a PhD in Coastal Processes or a cognate discipline, a portfolio of innovative research and publication, and a track record of funding success. You will play a role in the continuing development of our international research profile, the delivery of undergraduate teaching in Marine and Physical Geography, and postgraduate research supervision. No restriction is placed on area of expertise, but preference may be given to candidates with an outstanding science-based research record in the areas of oceanography, hydrodynamics, biogeochemistry, hazards and risk or the impacts of coastal processes on human societies.

British Geological Survey Lecturer in Hydrogeology (Vacancy number: 4861BR)

The successful applicant will have a PhD in Hydrogeology or a cognate discipline, a portfolio of innovative research and publication, and a track record of funding success. You will play a role in the further development of collaborative research links with the British Geological Survey (BGS) following BGS-Wales move into the School, as well as delivery of undergraduate/postgraduate teaching related to applied environmental geology, and postgraduate research supervision. No restriction is placed on area of expertise, but preference may be given to candidates with an outstanding research record in the areas of groundwater/surface water interactions, groundwater geochemistry, and hydrogeological monitoring and modelling of different natural, infrastructural and industrial environments, as well as groundwater resource management.

For informal enquiries, please contact Professor Ian Hall, Head of School, email: Hall@cardiff.ac.uk

Salary £31,656 - £37,768 per annum (Grade 6) or £40,082 - £46,414 per annum (Grade 7), to apply visit www.cardiff.ac.uk/jobs (Closing date: 31 July 2016).

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