Vice-Chancellor’s Fellow in Architecure
The Department of Architecture and Built Environment at Northumbria University has particular strengths in context, people and place, built heritage and re-use, sustainability and environment, wellbeing, and BIM and digital modelling.
We are currently seeking to appoint a Vice-Chancellor’s Fellow, to strengthen and consolidate our research profile and activity. We are particularly interested in high-quality applications from candidates who will either align with our areas of existing strength, or support us in growing capacity in other areas related to the discipline.
You will have the opportunity to demonstrate your extensive knowledge and subject expertise through individual and collaborative academic activity. The successful candidate will be selected according to the excellence of their research profile and plans (candidates are encouraged to include a two-page research plan in their application), regardless of their area of research interest.
For more information about the Department and its research please visit our homepage at https://www.northumbria.ac.uk/about-us/academic-departments/architecture-and-built-environment/
For informal enquiries about this Fellowship please contact the Head of Department, Dr Simon Robson, email@example.com, the Department Director of Research & Innovation, Professor Ruth Dalton, firstname.lastname@example.org, or the Head of Architecture Paul Ring, email@example.com.
To apply for this vacancy please click on the link below: https://www.northumbria.ac.uk/work-for-us/job-vacancies/academic-587-vice-chancellors-fellow--vice-chancellors-senior-fellowm
Northumbria University takes pride in, and values, the quality and diversity of our staff. We welcome applications from all members of the community. The University holds an Athena SWAN Bronze award in recognition of our commitment to improving employment practices for the advancement of gender equality and is a member of the Euraxess network, which delivers information and support to professional researchers.