Lecturer in Water Engineering

Updated: about 1 month ago
Location: Loughborough, ENGLAND

School of Architecture Building and Civil Engineering

We are appointing a Lecturer as one of four appointments in Water Engineering. Successful candidate will have experience of working in a high quality academic research environment including experience at post-doctoral level. The applicant will join our vibrant and growing water research group currently comprising fourteen academic staff. 

The group has a wide range of water research strengths and interests which include water quality, pollution, hydrodynamics, hydrology, flooding (catchment and urban scale), and water engineering in developing countries which covers water supply, sanitation and waste management established through the Water Engineering Development Centre (WEDC).

We would specifically encourage applications in the areas of: Fresh Water Hydrodynamics, Hydraulics, Hydrology and Water Quality including Sanitation and Wastewater Engineering. The successful applicant must contribute to the development and delivery of research, enterprise and teaching in the Water Engineering Group. Applications which provide evidence of contribution to both original scientific knowledge and to water engineering in developing countries would be particularly welcome.

For an informal discussion please contact Professor Tony Thorpe, Dean of School, a.thorpe@lboro.ac.uk , +44(0)1509 223771.

Application closing date: 11 September 2017

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Over the next two years we plan to appoint up to 100 new academics across a wide range of disciplines. There will be opportunities for individuals and world-leading research groups to join us at our Loughborough or London campuses.

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