UNIVERSITY OF SALFORD
This post offers a rare opportunity to develop an academic career in one of the world’s leading centres of built environment education. It is suitable for an experienced surveying practitioner seeking to develop a new career as a full-time university lecturer, or already working in higher education.
The University of Salford’s Directorate of the Built Environment sits within the School of Science, Engineering and Environment. It is a nationally and internationally recognised centre of excellence. It is home to a multidisciplinary team of academics and researchers working in collaboration with learners across diverse areas of study to deliver real improvements to the built environment sector.
The School is offering this exciting opportunity to join its enthusiastic and expanding team of building surveying academics in contributing to the further development of the discipline within the wider built environment context. Your primary focus will be on the delivery of high quality, industry-relevant teaching material, and on contributing to the School’s expanding portfolio of research in the building surveying and technology fields.
With a qualification as a chartered building surveyor and substantial experience of building surveying practice you would make a key contribution to the School’s practical and hands-on BSc Building Surveying programme, as well as to its other programmes including its new master’s provision in building surveying. You would have access to some of the School’s unique research facilities, including the remarkable Energy House, a full-sized Edwardian-style terraced house built inside a laboratory which can replicate external weather conditions to test the environmental performance of a range of building elements and components.
Potential applicants are invited to contact Dr Paul Chynoweth, Director of Property & Surveying, for an informal discussion about the role at .
Please note this vacancy is closing at 23:59 on 07/12/2019.
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