Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Postdoc at University of Colorado Biofrontiers Institute

Biofrontiers is looking for a new assistant director for interdisciplinary education. One of the main responsibilities is overseeing the new quantitative biology graduate program, and the job has a lot of possibilities to shape this grad program and other new educational initiatives. I thought that this job may be of interest to a former or finishing PER postdoc, or perhaps you know other people who might be a good fit for this type of position. The ad is up now at CU Jobs. If you know of any good candidates, could you please let them know about the opening? We will be accepting applications at least through mid January and will start interviewing after that.

Job Posting/Description:

Outreach Coordinator at University of Wisconsin Whitewater

Position Description: The College of Letters & Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater invites applications for a Science Outreach coordinator. The successful candidate will be expected to develop a strong and visible science outreach program that will advance and assist science education throughout the region, engage K-12 students, and attract them to careers in science. Other responsibilities include teaching (up to 33% appointment) in area of expertise. Support in the form of a part-time assistant and student workers will be provided by the college. The candidate will be expected to acquire extramural funding to support the program. The program serves a diverse population of students and embraces the principles and practices of Inclusive Excellence that are reflected in UW System’s commitment to diversity and educational opportunity

Postdoc at University of Virginia

The Department of Curriculum, Instruction & Special Education (CISE) at the University of Virginia, Curry School of Education is seeking a Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Science Education for an independent research opportunity working on an NSF-funded research grant entitled "Mixed-Reality Labs: Integrating Sensors and Simulations to Improve Learning". The grant will develop, implement and assess secondary science lab activities that bridge visualizations and hands-on experiences.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to: conducting research on the effectiveness of virtual, physical, and mixed laboratory activities and technologies (quasi-experimental comparison studies will be conducted in Massachusetts and Virginia schools); supervising graduate and undergraduate students; working with teachers, researchers, and developers to create the technologies and curriculum; helping to lead professional development workshops; collecting and analyzing teacher/student data and presenting research findings at professional conferences and in scholarly journals. The incumbent will join a strong and supportive environment with career advancing opportunities and will engage in mixed-methods research, educational technology development and academic publishing. This project offers collaborative opportunities working closely with Principle Investigators, among them, Dr. Jennifer Chiu, of Curry's Science, Technology, Education & Math (STEM) program; the Concord Consortium and other research staff and distinguished faculty members.

T at University of Texas at San Antonio

The Department of Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching and the Department of Mathematics at the University of Texas at San Antonio, a dynamic and rapidly growing component of the University of Texas System, invite applications for two positions at the Associate or Full Professor level, beginning Fall 2012. These positions are collaborative appointments between the College of Education and Human Development and the College of Sciences.

Associate/Full Professor – Science or Mathematics Education –
Appointment in College of Education and Human Development

Responsibilities include: (a) teaching mathematics and/or science methods courses in the College of Education and Human Development (COEHD), (b) teaching mathematics and/or science content courses in the COEHD and/or College of Sciences (COS), (c) advising graduate students, (d) teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, (e) conducting an active research program, (f) obtaining extramural/grant funding, and (g) providing service and leadership to department, college, university and community constituencies in the areas of mathematics and/or science education.

Department Chair at Clemson University

Clemson University College of Engineering and Science
Chair, Department of Engineering and Science Education

The College of Engineering and Science (CoES) at Clemson University
invites nominations and applications for the position of Chair of the
Department of Engineering and Science Education (
Clemson is the land-grant university in South Carolina and is located in
the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains on the shores of Lake
Hartwell. The Department of Engineering and Science Education is a
unique interdisciplinary unit that conducts scholarly research and
grants PhD degrees in engineering and science education, teaches
freshman level engineering courses, and advises freshman engineering and
science students. The department currently consists of 8
tenure/tenure-track faculty, 7 lecturers, 8 staff, 2 postdoctoral
researchers, 14 PhD students, and 900 freshman level students.

Directorship at University of Virginia

The University of Virginia's College and Graduate School of Arts and
Sciences is seeking a Director of Science Education and Public Outreach
with a proven track record in educational outreach in the sciences.

University outreach in the areas of science, technology, engineering and
math is increasingly critical to maintaining U.S. scientific and
technological leadership. The incumbent will develop program development
goals for educational outreach in the sciences and build a community among
current faculty, students and staff conducting science outreach programming
at the University. They will collaborate and cultivate relationships with
business, academic, science, and education groups.

TT at Auburn University

Assistant Professor in Secondary Science Education
The Department of Curriculum & Teaching at Auburn University is
recruiting for a Tenure-track position as an Assistant Professor in
Secondary Science Education.
Required: Earned doctorate in Secondary Science Education or in a
closely related field; at least three years of successful experience
teaching grades 6 - 12.
Preferred: Successful college teaching experience; successful
application of technology for teaching; experience teaching distance
education; evidence of active membership in a professional
organization; grantsmanship; potential for cross-disciplinary

T at Washington State University -- Pullman

Associate/Full Professor of Science Education

Washington State University, Pullman Campus
College Of Education
Department of Teaching and Learning

The Department of Teaching and Learning seeks qualified applications for a tenure-track Associate/Full Professor of Literacy beginning fall 2012.
Responsibilities: Conduct scholarly research in STEM and science education; seek, procure, and manage external funding; advise/mentor graduate students; provide leadership in collaboratively developing and maintaining partnerships in STEM education; teach undergraduate and/or graduate science education courses; and engage in service activities at a variety of levels. Required Qualifications: Earned doctorate in science education or a science discipline with an emphasis on science education; demonstrated scholarly record and experience to merit tenure and promotion in the Department of Teaching and Learning; evidence of securing extramural funding; and experience with K-12 STEM education; ability to communicate effectively with students and colleagues.
Desired Qualifications: A highly qualified candidate shows evidence of experience and expertise in one or more of the following areas: An academic background in a scientific discipline; science curriculum and instruction (K-12); teaching in science-related undergraduate, graduate, and/or professional programs; leadership in collaborative relationships with K-12 schools, university peers, or community agencies; writing, procuring, and managing external funds; advising and/or mentoring graduate students; working with diverse/underserved populations; distance education; or technology and instruction.
Application: Screening will begin on December 5, 2011.
Applicants should apply online at and submit a letter of application addressing the qualifications, three current letters of recommendation, two samples of scholarly work, and a current comprehensive vita including the names, addresses, and phone numbers of at least three additional references.
For additional information, contact Julie Killinger at
WSU is an EEO/AA employer. Protected groups are encouraged to apply.

Directorship at University of Wyoming

The University is seeking an innovative, effective leader to direct its Science and Mathematics Teaching Center. The SMTC is an intercollegiate, interdisciplinary unit delivering programs committed to excellence in science, mathematics, and technology education. The SMTC's work is carried out by affiliate faculty drawn from the Colleges of Education, Arts and Sciences, Engineering and Applied Sciences, and Agriculture and Natural Resources. SMTC affiliate faculty collaborate with leaders from public schools; state and federal government; business and community groups; and professional organizations, to create and execute on-campus and in-service programs, conferences, and professional development activities aimed at improving K-12 mathematics, science, and technology teaching and learning in Wyoming.

Directorship at Utah State University


Utah State University (USU) invites nominations and applications for a
significant academic leadership position as founding director of the
Science, Technology, Engineering, Education and Mathematics (STE2M)
Center. Utah State University is a Carnegie Research University - High
Research Activity, and Utah's land-grant and space-grant institution.
Founded in 1888 as the Agriculture College of Utah, USU is the oldest
and largest public residential campus in Utah. The university is
experiencing a record enrollment of 29,000 students this year with
approximately 12,500 of those at USU’s five regional campuses and in
distance programs. In addition, more than 5,000 high school students
are enrolled in USU courses as part of a statewide concurrent
enrollment program.

Research Scientist at Educational Testing Service Research & Development

Educational Testing Service Research & Development (Princeton, NJ)has an opening for a Research Scientist with a specialization in learning or cognitive science to contribute to the science portion of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) and to the Cognitively Based Assessment of, for, and as Learning (CBAL) project. The NAEP science assessment will be incorporating a variety of innovative, technology-based components. The CBAL project is a highly ambitious, long-term research and development activity aimed at creating an innovative system of computer-delivered summative and formative assessment for use in K-12 and other contexts. Both projects include assessment design, prototype development, online pilot administration, analysis, and reporting of research results.

Two TT or T at University of Michigan

The School of Education at the University of Michigan seeks to appoint
two tenure-track faculty members in two areas of science education.
The first position is an open-rank search for a scholar in secondary
science education with an instructional focus on secondary teacher
education. The second position focuses on science education with a
focus on language, literacy, and text (with a preference for an
elementary emphasis). This search is for an assistant or associate

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Non-TT at Florida International University

Editor's note: this is a permanent position.

The Department of Physics at Florida International University invites applications for position of Instructor to begin Fall of 2012. A PhD in Physics or related area is required. Candidates should have experience teaching introductory physics courses and have excellent teaching, organizational, and supervisory skills. The successful candidate will teach large lecture sections, along with planning, coordinating, and providing oversight of laboratory sections taught by graduate teaching assistants. Applications should be sent to Dr. Bernard Gerstman, Chair, Department of Physics, Florida International University, Miami, FL 33199 or by e-mail to Please include a vita, contact information for three potential references, and a letter describing teaching philosophy. Review of applications will begin on January 2, 2012 and continue until the position is filled. For more information about the Department, visit our website:

Friday, December 16, 2011

Non-TT at Saginaw Valley State University

The Physics Department at Saginaw Valley State University invites applications for a one-year Assistant Professor position starting Fall 2012 with the possibility of renewal. The successful candidate will be expected to teach undergraduate introductory and upper-level lecture and laboratory courses, including courses serving science and engineering majors as well as courses satisfying general education requirements for non-science students. The teaching responsibilities will total approximately 12 contact hours per semester. A strong preference will be shown for candidates who can demonstrate teaching experience in undergraduate lectures, labs and/or recitations and who have experience in engaging undergraduate students in research. For a complete list of requirements, further information, and to apply for this position, please visit Interested applicants must apply online at SVSU is an EO/AA employer.

VAP at Carroll

Description: Visiting Instructional Staff Position; Starting Date: January 9, 2012; Ending Date: May 31, 2012

Qualifications: Masters or higher in physics or engineering. Preference will be given to candidates with a documented record of excellence in teaching.

Responsibilities: This is a one-semester fulltime hire, where the teaching load will be 16 contact hours in our first-semester algebra-based physics course (PHY101/PHY101L). The successful candidate will most likely teach three 1 hour lectures of algebra based physics 4 times a week as well as two 2 hour labs a week. The candidate will also be expected to assist in the coordination of the four lecture sections and thirteen lab sections for the course, as well as provide extra office hours to assist with handling student questions.

Non-TT at Santa Clara University

The Department of Physics at Santa Clara University invites applications for a Lecturer position beginning in September 2012. The initial appointment is for three years, and there is a possibility of renewal. The successful candidate is expected to develop and teach introductory astronomy courses for non-majors, introductory physics for majors, and an upper-division astronomy course for physics majors. S/he is also expected to engage in service at the departmental level or higher and in professional activity that is appropriate to the discipline and that contributes to her/his teaching. The primary hiring criterion is evidence of or potential for excellence in teaching. Preference will be given to candidates whose professional activity would involve undergraduates in astronomy or astrophysics research. Applicants should hold or expect to receive a Ph.D. in Physics, Astronomy, or a related field by August 2012. Applications should consist of a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, statements of teaching philosophy and research interests/plans and, if available, evidence of excellence in teaching (e.g., evaluations, syllabi). Please send applications to and arrange for three letters of reference to be sent to the same address. The application deadline is January 31, 2012. Inquiries about the position should be directed to SCU will not sponsor any visa applications for this position, and the successful candidate must provide evidence of legal authorization to work for the entire term. More information can be found at Santa Clara University, a Jesuit Catholic institution, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Women and people of color are particularly encouraged to apply.

Non-TT at Loyola University Chicago

Loyola University Chicago (LUC), College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Physics, invites candidates for a three-year renewable appointment for a full-time, non-tenure-track position at the rank of Instructor beginning Academic Year 2012-2013. The department serves more than 120 majors and minors and has concentrations in the areas of physics, biophysics, and theoretical physics, as well as a dual-degree program in engineering and education. For a description of the Physics Department, please visit its website:

Duties and Responsibilities: Teaching responsibilities each semester shall include seven sections of College Physics labs I or II, and a section of advanced lab (Intermediate Physics or Optics). In addition, the successful candidate will also direct a section of Freshman Projects, a one-credit research course for freshmen.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

TT at Seattle Pacific University

Note: This was previously posted as a "rumor" but has now been confirmed.

We are very pleased to announce that the search for an assistant professor in physics/science education, housed in the Physics Department at Seattle Pacific University is officially on. For more information and to apply, please see

Job Description:
Full-time, tenure track assistant professor position available September 2012. Regular nine-month load teaching in our science teacher preparation program as well as in all levels of the physics department program. Grant-funded summer stipend for participation in the physics department's research program is available.

Monday, December 12, 2011

Two visiting positions at the Claremont Colleges

The W.M. Keck Science Department of the Claremont Colleges will have two visiting positions in physics for the 2012-2013 academic year. One of the positions will be a one-year sabbatical replacement; the other will be a three-year visiting position. The official application link is, and the application deadline will be February 1, 2012.

T at A&M Commerce University

The Department of Physics and Astronomy at A&M Commerce University in Commerce, Texas, invites applications for a Department Head. The position will begin on August 1, 2012, and is contingent upon the availability of funds. A PhD in Physics or Astronomy is required. The Department Head is a twelve-month full-time tenured faculty member with various responsibilities including; teaching physics or astronomy courses at both undergraduate and/or MS graduate level, initiating and sustaining externally funded research involving students, and University service at all levels. The Department Head is also responsible for scheduling departmental courses, faculty mentoring and evaluations, creating and overseeing all departmental budgets, coordinating the undergraduate and graduate curriculums, and recruiting students to the department. Preference will be given to candidates with administrative experience and post-doctoral experience. The candidate should also have a strong record of receiving external funding. For more information and to apply for the position, go to The Physics and Astronomy Department has 6 full-time faculty members. The University offers over 100 undergraduate degrees to over 11,000 students. The campus is located one hour from Dallas in a rural setting. Visit our website at for further information about the University and phone or e-mail inquiries can be directed to Dr. Grady Blount, Dean of the College of Science, Engineering and Agriculture at 903-886-5781, or A&M Commerce is an equal opportunity/affirmative action university encouraging diversity.

TT at Ouachita Baptist University

Ouachita Baptist University invites applications for a tenure track position to begin August, 2012. A Ph.D. is required. The successful candidate must have a strong commitment to undergraduate education, including the teaching of courses for non-science majors. Some experience in engineering is preferred. Ouachita Baptist University is a four-year, church-related, liberal arts university which values Christian commitment as well as technical competence. Send resume’, brief description of teaching philosophy, statement of research interests, transcripts, and three letters of reference to Dr. Marty Perry, Search Committee Chair, Ouachita Baptist University, Box 3711, Arkadelphia, Arkansas, 71998. Email: Review of applications will begin January 16 and will continue until the position is filled.

Professorships at Fudan University

The Department of Physics at Fudan University (Shanghai, China) invites applications for a number of faculty positions at the rank of Associate or Full Professor to begin in the fall of 2012. Preference may be given to candidates in any area of theoretical physics, condensed matter physics, optical physics and biophysics, but those in other fields of physics are also strongly encouraged to apply. Applicants should have a Ph.D. degree in physics, with a strong background and an excellent track record in research. The successful candidates are expected to spearhead world-class research programs, teach classes at both undergraduate and graduate level, and contribute to the development of first-class scientific capabilities in the Department of Physics and the State Key Laboratory of Surface Physics at Fudan University. This appointment is part of a program to broaden our research base while strengthening and complementing existing excellence and expertise. This is an unprecedented opportunity for strongly motivated candidates to pursue independent research, engage in broad international collaboration, and advance the state-of-the-art research and education in physics.
All newly hired faculty members will be provided the necessary startup resource and research infrastructures. Annual salaries for regular positions range from 130K to 300K RMB (equivalent to US$20600-47600) plus house compensation. Salaries for distinguished chair professors are internationally competitive and are to be separately negotiated in each case. Applicants should send a cover letter, a curriculum vitae with a publication list, a statement of research and teaching interests, and contact information for at least three references by Feb.25, 2012 to: Prof. Jian Shen, Chair, Department of Physics, Fudan University, Shanghai 200433, China or by e-mail to Applications after this deadline are welcome until the positions are filled.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Non-TT at Bridgewater College

Bridgewater College seeks an Assistant Professor of Physics for a non-tenure track position beginning August 2012 to be renewed annually by mutual consent.

RESPONSIBILITIES: The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses at all levels of an undergraduate physics curriculum, be prepared to conduct research that involves undergraduates, and be willing to teach courses offered in the general education program of the College. We are especially interested in candidates with expertise in experimental or applied physics area such as instrumentation or optics.

TT at Benedictine College

Tenure track position for an Experimental Physicist starting fall 2012 at Benedictine College, in Atchison, KS. PhD preferred, ABD considered. Department offers bachelor degrees in physics, astronomy, engineering physics and physics secondary ed. Teaching areas include general education, courses and laboratories at all levels for majors, and collaborative student research. Information about Benedictine College and application instructions found at: Review of applicants will begin February 1, 2012.

Friday, December 9, 2011

TT at Saddleback College

PHYSICS INSTRUCTOR (One or more positions) 
Full-Time Tenure Track

Instruct a variety of lower-division physical sciences courses, which may include Introduction to Physics sequence (non-calculus based) and General Physics sequence (calculus based). Assist in the development and implementation of physics and astronomy curriculum. Participate in general faculty functions related to the education program, in-service and professional development. Assignment may include day, evening, and/or weekend hours.

To Apply:
Please visit the District's Employment Opportunities website at for a detailed job description, to learn more about the District and to complete an on-line application. Applications must be received by February 7, 2012 at 5:00 p.m. to be considered. 

Non-TT at Milwaukee School of Engineering

The Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) invites applicants for a full-time faculty position in the Department of Physics and Chemistry, starting fall 2012. Candidates must be committed to teaching all aspects of undergraduate physics. The successful applicant is also expected to be instrumental in developing new courses and collaborate on curriculum and program development with all faculty of the department. A PhD in physics or a related field and effective communication skills are required. Postdoctoral experience and additional interest in a related area are desirable. Initial appointment is expected to be at the Assistant Professor level, but applications from senior candidates may be considered for higher rank.

TT at University of Tampa

The Department of Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Physics in the College of Natural and Health Sciences at The University of Tampa invites applications for the tenure-track position as Assistant Professor of Physics starting in August 2012.

Candidates must be dedicated to undergraduate teaching, including both science and non-science majors, and is able to conduct research that is appropriate for undergraduate participation. The successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate excellence in undergraduate education, take an active role in the curricular development of the Physics program at The University, involve undergraduate students in research as part of the experiential learning mission of The University, and provide service to the department, the college, and The University community.

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Director of The Science House at North Carolina State

The Science House at NC State University is seeking a new Director.  The complete job listing can be found at and a summary is below.  The job will be closed on December 20.

Monday, December 5, 2011

TT in Science Education at North Dakota State

The School of Education and the College of Science and Mathematics at North
Dakota State University seek an Assistant Professor, tenure track,
(position # 1100333). This is a joint position between the School of
Education and the appropriate science department.  Responsibilities will
include undergraduate and graduate instruction in secondary education as
well as content area; research and scholarly activity; supervision of field
experiences; and advising.  A PhD in science education or closely related
field, 7-12 science teaching experience, potential to conduct research in
science teaching and learning, and strong oral and written communication
skills are required.  Salary is competitive.

For additional details and to apply, visit

Or contact by email or phone:

Dr Lisa Montplaisir, search chair

Review of applications is ongoing and will continue until the position is

STEM Education Project Coordinator at CSU San Marcos

A coordinator is sought for a large, multi-institutional project to increase the number of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) students and graduates at CSU San Marcos and Palomar Community College. The project includes responsibilities for recruiting and retention elements, including coordination of outreach to local high schools and the military, curriculum improvement at Palomar and CSUSM, and cross-institutional collaboration.  The STEM Talent Enhancement Program (STEP) Coordinator will report directly to the project principal investigators. This will be a full-time position with benefits.

TT at University of Wisconsin - La Crosse

The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, College of Science and Health, Department of Physics, invites applicants for a full time academic year tenure-track Assistant Professor in experimental biophysics to start on August 27, 2012. The UW-L Physics Department is excited to welcome an experimental biophysicist to a thriving program of undergraduate research and innovative teaching. The Department has active research programs in the areas of quantum optics, surface physics, nuclear physics, biomechanics, and observational astronomy, as well theoretical research in astrophysics and low-temperature quantum mechanics. The Physics Department supports and values diversity in its faculty, staff, and students. We seek a colleague who shares the department's commitment to diversity and who will be a dedicated teacher, active scholar, and effective mentor for students with diverse backgrounds, preparation, and career goals.

VAP at Loyola University

The Physics Department at Loyola University New Orleans has an opening for a 1-year full-time visiting faculty position, beginning Fall 2012. A Ph.D. degree in physics or a related field is required. Duties include teaching of undergraduate physics courses at all levels, lectures and laboratories for physics majors, for other science majors and for non-science students. Please send electronic copies of a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching experience and philosophy, and a statement of research interests, along with the names and addresses of three references to: Faculty Search Committee at Consideration of applications begins on January 15, 2012. Please check the departmental web page: for more information.

TT at Lynchburg College

Editor's note: There are two tenure-track jobs available at Lynchburg College. Details on the other job can be found here.

The Physics Program of Lynchburg College invites applicants for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor position to begin in August, 2012. A doctoral degree in Physics or related field is required; post doctoral experience (research and/or teaching) is a plus.

We seek a dynamic experimental physicist who can teach all levels of the undergraduate physics curriculum. Candidate will have the opportunity to develop upper-level laboratory courses that will complement our existing physics major. Although effective teaching is primary, the successful candidate must also demonstrate the ability to involve undergraduates in a research program. We are looking for someone interested in creating a strong experimental presence in our physics program. For additional information on the physics program, please visit: Selected candidate must successfully pass a background check that is satisfactory to the College.

Professorship at Shelton State Community College

Editor's note: This is a reposting of a job first advertised this summer.

Posting Date: November 20, 2011
Closing Date: January 13, 2012
POSITION: Instructor, Physics and Physical Science

Master’s degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution with a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in Physics or a related field is required
Excellent written and oral communication skills are required
Interest in incorporating innovative teaching methods into classroom instruction is required
Master’s degree or higher in Physics is preferred
Prior teaching experience at the postsecondary level is preferred
Teaching experience in a range of college level science courses is preferred (i.e., Environmental science, Astronomy, Physical Science, Physics, Statics, Thermodynamics, Pre-engineering)
Computer literacy in software packages such as Excel, Word, and/or Power Point is preferred
Experience in developing/teaching courses via distance learning technology is preferred

TT or T at Nova Southeastern University

The College seeks candidates to teach undergraduate courses in physics including instruction of general physics, modern physics, optics, or biophysics, and possibly other upper level physics courses. Research involving undergraduates is expected. Earned doctoral degree in Physics strongly preferred; minimum requirement is Master's degree in Physics with progress toward doctoral degree. Review of applications begins immediately; position begins August 2012.

Assistant Lecturer at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology is a progressive higher education institution offering a wide range of courses at Higher Certificate (Level 6), Ordinary Degree (Level 7), Honours Degree(Level 8), Masters Degree (Level 9) and Doctorate Degree (Level 10) in specialist areas to full and part-time students. At present the Institute has approximately 9,000 students enrolled in a range of full, part-time and access courses and is developing so as to meet the educational challenges of the future. GMIT currently runs a degree programme in Physics & Instrumentation.

The role involves teaching both theory and practical sessions of various modules in the Physics & Instrumentation degree, and the continuing development of programmes under the general heading of Physics & Instrumentation. This covers core topics at first year through to the specialised disciplines in the award year.

The successful candidate will also be required to supervise projects at degree level. As well as the requisite technical skills, results from teamwork, demonstrable skills in project management and most importantly, empathy for learners, should all be evident in the track record of the candidate.