School/Department: Cranfield Defence and Security
Based at: Shrivenham, Oxfordshire - Cranfield Defence and Security
Hours of work: 37 hours per week, normally worked Monday to Friday. Flexible working will be considered
Contract type: Permanent
Salary: Lecturer: £48,039 to £57,797 per annum with potential progression to £70,000 per annum. Senior Lecturer: £60,099 to £69,505 per annum with potential progression to £85,000 per annum
Apply by: 01/01/2024
The Systems Engineering Group is responsible for the delivery of research, consultancy and a portfolio of education and training offers in systems engineering and related areas and runs the Chevening Scholarship activities for the University.
You will primarily contribute to the management, delivery and assessment of our educational offers but will also undertake consultancy and scholarship activities.
You will be responsible for:
- Undertaking teaching, teaching preparation, development, support and management as directed and agreed.
- Planning and reviewing their approach to teaching and contributing to the design or revision of course units and short courses.
- Student supervision and assessment.
- Providing expert advice to other staff and students in their own specialist areas.
- Undertaking scholarship to ensure that teaching is current, relevant, and cutting-edge.
- Undertaking consultancy to support broader Group, Centre and School activities.
Additionally, at the Senior Lecturer level, you will be expected to provide leadership in areas such as course directorship, module management and business development.
You will have a PhD in a relevant area or post-graduate education e.g. MSc/MEng in a topic directly related and relevant experience including:
- Significant Systems Engineering topic experience in industry or academia.
- Experience in post-graduate level teaching related to systems engineering and technologies.
- Line management experience.
In addition, for Senior Lecturer, you will have significant experience as a course director and experience of leadership in the critical areas of new module and course development, course management, business development and managing collaborative networks.
Knowledge of UK Defence/MOD environment would be an advantage.
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How to apply
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