Working in the School of Energy, Construction and Environment, you will be committed to contributing to our continued success in teaching in the field of Civil Engineering with a focus on Hydraulics. You will join a School with high levels of teaching quality and student satisfaction and with a focus on experiential learning through student projects, simulation and field work in the UK and internationally.
You will have wide experience in themes allied with Civil Engineering Hydraulics, covering both its theory and application and its blended delivery to students. You will be expected to support teaching across our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, work closely with colleagues in the delivery of current and new modules and, act as an undergraduate personal tutor. We are looking for staff who will deliver and embrace a range of engaging approaches to teaching, learning and assessment in both face to face and on-line environments.
Applicants from academia will have experience and success in delivering high-quality teaching and learning opportunities. Applicants from a non-academic background are also welcome but must demonstrate relevant and recent work experience of the subject matter and of training, coaching or mentoring delivery.
Don’t think you meet every single requirement? We’re dedicated to building a diverse and inclusive workplace, so if you are excited by this role but your past experience doesn’t align perfectly with every aspect of the job description or person specification don’t worry! We encourage you to apply. You may be exactly what we are looking for.
To view full job description and person specification please click here.