Department of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences
Lecturer in Geoscience and Physical Geography
Enhance our research and teaching within Geoscience and Physical Geography, and raise the profile of one of the best-equipped Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences departments in the country. Already able to demonstrate international excellence in your specialist research area, you will be given time and encouragement to develop your own profile, as well as our long-standing reputation for international excellence.
The Department of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences is based in the Cohen Building, a grade two-listed building that is part of the University's conservation area, complete with world-class research and teaching facilities and laboratories. The department has a worldwide reputation for its research into human and physical geography, and following a period of significant change at the University of Hull, has benefited from a substantial period of investment in its facilities.
With a PhD in an Earth Science or Geography related discipline, or equivalent, this is your opportunity to develop your experience and enthusiasm for teaching and assessment at undergraduate level. In particular, we encourage applications from notable academics whose research strengths and teaching interests complement and extend our own. Joining a lively academic community, you will also be expected to assist with related administrative tasks, participate in various collegiate activities and engage with colleagues in developing and leading field trips.
This is a temporary post for three years.
To learn more or apply online, visit www.hull.ac.uk/jobs (vacancy ref: FS0232).
Salary range: £31,020 - £44,166 paTo discuss this role informally, please contact Professor David Gibbs, Head of Department, on T 01482 465330 or E firstname.lastname@example.org or Professor Dan Parsons on E D.Parsons@hull.ac.uk
Closing date: 11 October 2012
For information about the Department of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences, please visit www2.hull.ac.uk/science/geography.aspx