EIGHT JOB VACANCIES

From: Dr J Cubillo (in6452@wlv.ac.uk)
Date: Fri Jun 09 2000 - 15:06:42 EEST


The closing date for return of application forms is 30 June 2000

Hi RP'ers,

We have eight vacancies in our School of Engineering and the Built Environment (SEBE) at the University of Wolverhampton. The details are listed in the attached file which is in .pdf format.

I promise that it's safe to open.

Regards

Dr James Cubillo

ENGINEERING DIVISION

Academic Section Leader of the Specialist

Engineering Section (Principal Lecturer)

28,978 - 36,436 pa

You will have an appropriate first degree and a PhD, possess good IT skills, and

have expertise in Mechanical/Automotive Engineering and Engineering

Systems. Ref A2349

Academic Section Leader of the Engineering

Design Section (Principal Lecturer)

28,978 - 36,436 pa

You will have an appropriate first degree and a PhD, possess good IT skills, and

have expertise in Product Design, Computer Aided Design and Design Analysis.

Ref A2350

To be considered for anAcademic Section Leader post you will have evidence of a successful track

record in the development and delivery of programmes of both teaching and research. You will

be expected to provide effective management of a team of teaching, research, technical staff and

resources. Chartered Engineer status and evidence of engagement with industry and consultancy

will be an advantage. For an informal discussion, please contact Dr F R Hall, 01902 322278.

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in the

Engineering Design Section

14,902 - 30,636 pa

You will have an appropriate first degree and a PhD, possess good IT skills, and

have expertise in some of the following areas: Product Design, Computer

Aided Design, Design Analysis, Virtual Reality Design & Rapid Prototyping.

Ref A2351

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in the General

Engineering Section

14,902 - 30,636 pa

You will have an appropriate first degree and a PhD, possess good IT skills, and

have expertise in some of the following areas: General Engineering, Virtual

Reality Engineering, Integrated Design & Manufacturing, Design of Sports

Equipment. Ref A2352

The School of Engineering and the Built Environment is one of the best-equipped departments of its kind in the UK - and a truly international centre of

learning. Distinguished in Computer Aided Engineering, Computer Aided Design and Construction, Integrated Design and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering,

Building and Quantity Surveying and Virtual Reality Design and Manufacturing.

The School has secured 5m grants for Teaching, Research, Consultancy and Technology Transfer. It is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities in virtual reality

and CAD, which cater for both construction and engineering industries. In addition, we have recently installed state of the art engineering facilities within our

new 6m competitive centre at Telford campus. To develop and continue our success, we are now looking for motivated professionals to share their expertise

with us in the following Section Leader and Lecturing/Senior Lecturing roles.

 

BUILT ENVIRONMENT DIVISION

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer

in Construction IT

14,902 - 30,636 pa

You will have a first degree and a PhD in Construction IT or closely allied

discipline, and proven ability in some of the following: CAD & Construction

and Virtual Reality application in Construction at undergraduate and post-graduate

level. Ref A2353

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Architecture

and Interior Design

14,902 - 30,636 pa

You will have a first degree and a PhD preferably in Architecture or

Interior Design, with proven ability in teaching CAD to design students.

Ref A2354

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in General

Practice Surveying

14,902 - 30,636 pa

You will have a first degree in Property and Asset Management and a PhD,

with proven ability in property asset management and valuation.

Ref A2355

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in

Environment Engineering

and Regeneration

14,902 - 30,636 pa

You will have a first degree in Environmental Engineering and Management or

a closely allied discipline and a PhD. Ref A2356

For an informal discussion about posts within the Built Environment Division,

please contact Professor Paul Olomolaiye, 01902 322109.

Learning built on strong foundations

The University is eager to attract larger numbers of applications from

groups of people currently under-represented in the staff population,

especially from women and people from ethnic minority groups.

To be considered for a L/SL post in either division, you will have evidence of the successful delivery

of both teaching and research. Professional qualifications (e.g. Chartered status) and evidence

of engagement with industry and consultancy will be an advantage.

For detailed further particulars and an application form (returnable

by 30 June 2000) and quoting the reference number, contact the

Personnel Services Department, University of Wolverhampton,

Molineux Street,Wolverhampton WV1 1SB.Tel: 01902 321049

(ansaphone). For hearing impaired candidates our Minicom

number is 01902 321249. Email: per@wlv.ac.uk.

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