Friday, August 5, 2016

Director of Studies in Physics (Principal Lecturer), Wolverhampton, Eng Job ref: 10450

£49,230 to £57,047 per annum | Central England | 04 Aug 2016
The Wolverhampton School of Sciences is an active and expanding area within the University of Wolverhampton. The school has recently re-introduced the subject of Physics into its academic portfolio to complement the wide variety of STEM subjects that it currently offers. This new post has been created in order to lead the development of the subject in teaching, research and consultancy within the school.
We are seeking to appoint a Principal Lecturer to direct the development of the subject of Physics, contributing to the re-introduction of the subject within the university. You will lead the development of the Physics provision as Director of Studies, including curriculum and portfolio developments at undergraduate, postgraduate and professional levels, alongside working to gain and maintain professional endorsement of the subject portfolio. You will also be expected to contribute towards the Faculty’s research portfolio through the undertaking of high quality research.
Applicants are required to have a good honours degree and a doctorate (or equivalent) in a subject area related to Physics. You are also required to be a Chartered Physicist and a Member of the Institute of Physics. Good communication and organisational skills are essential attributes. You are also required to demonstrate a distinguished record of academic achievement in Physics or associated subjects.
For an informal discussion about the post please contact the Head of Wolverhampton School of Science, Dr Gary Hix on 01902 322365, or the School Administrator, Anne Evans on 01902 321170.
Ref No: 10450

For more information about this post and to apply on line, go to our website
The University of Wolverhampton values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Job ref: 10450
Application deadline: 29 Aug 2016