The School of Engineering and Computer Science (SoECS) at the University of Hull is a medium/large size academic unit with a focus on Chemical Engineering, Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Engineering and Computer Science. The School has a long history of delivering MEng, BEng, BSc programmes accredited by IET, IMEchE and BCS. Supported by significant investment the School is focused on a strong growth plan aiming to double its size over the next 5 – 10 years. In part this growth is being achieved through diversifying and expanding our undergraduate and postgraduate teaching provision while growing research capabilities. New undergraduate provision includes Engineering Management, Cyber Security, Civil Engineering and Digital Engineering (Mechanical Design and Manufacture) and Degree Apprenticeships.
The MSc Engineering Management has a focus on manufacturing and production management and is the first in a portfolio of cross cutting post graduate programmes launched in 2018. This post is for a Senior Lecturer or Lecturer to lead and support the Engineering Management portfolio. Within the University of Hull there are great opportunities to foster a research community in Engineering Management with collaborations within the School of Engineering and Computer Science along with the University’s Logistics institute (http://www.hull.ac.uk/Work-with-us/Research/institutes/logistics-institute.aspx), risk institute (http://www.hull.ac.uk/Work-with-us/Research/institutes/risk-institute.aspx) and the Aura research consortium (https://aurawindenergy.com/) along with their related academic and industrial partners.
Working closely with the School executive to define and implement strategic plans to further develop the teaching, research and enterprise offering related to Engineering Management, this post offers a rewarding opportunity for a rounded academic to make a significant contribution to an emerging area, influencing the growth of teaching and research strategy of the school while developing management and leadership skills.
Please upload a CV with a list of publications/conference presentations, research plan and follow on the online application. The research plan should include funding strategy, publication plan and research agenda for the next five years.
This position is being advertised in conjunction with FS0351 Senior Lecturer in Engineering Management (Band 8). If you wish to be considered for both positions, you will need to submit a separate online application form for each position. Please note that only one appointment will be made.
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