Lecturer in Human Factors
School/Department School of Aerospace, Transport and Manufacturing
Based at Cranfield Campus, Cranfield, Bedfordshire
Hours of work 37 hours per week, normally worked Monday to Friday. Flexible working will be considered.
Contract type Permanent
Salary Full time starting salary is normally in the range of £43,351 to £48,323 per annum (with additional performance related pay up to £60,403 per annum)
Apply by 23/06/2021
Cranfield University’s world-class expertise, large-scale facilities and unrivalled industry partnerships is creating leaders in technology and management globally. Learn more about Cranfield and our unique impact here.
The Cranfield Safety and Accident Investigation Centre (CSAIC) is a specialist unit within the School of Aerospace, Transport and Manufacturing dedicated to high-quality teaching, research and consultancy in transportation safety management, human factors and incident / accident investigation
The CSAIC is looking for a new Lecturer in Human Factors to join this growing and enthusiastic team. You will contribute to the development and delivery of our high-quality Continuing Professional Development and Masters programmes. You will also be involved in bidding for, leading and delivering high-quality research and consulting within the field of Human Factors.
A PhD in human factors or related area is expected for this position. Training or teaching experience is also essential.
Our shared, stated values help to define who we are and underpin everything we do: Ambition; Impact; Respect; and Community. Find out more here. We aim to create and maintain a culture in which everyone can work and study together and realise their full potential.
Diversity and Inclusion
Our equal opportunities and diversity monitoring has shown that women and minority ethnic groups are currently underrepresented within the university and so we actively encourage applications from eligible candidates from these groups.
To further demonstrate our commitment to progressing gender diversity in STEM, we are members of WES & Working Families, and sponsors of International Women in Engineering Day.
We actively consider flexible working options such as part-time, compressed or flexible hours and/or an element of homeworking and commit to exploring the possibilities for each role. Find out more here.
How to apply
For an informal discussion, please contact Dr Jim Nixon, Programme Director for the Safety and Accident Investigation Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org