Lecturer in Bulk Materials Handling
- Full Time
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION SCIENCES
The School of Mechanical, Materials, Mechatronic and Biomedical Engineering within the Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences, is one of the top 10 Engineering Schools in Australia, is committed to research and teaching excellence through its world-class undergraduate and postgraduate programs in a range of exciting technological areas.
The successful candidate is expected to teach at all levels of the curriculum including the team-taught introductory engineering subjects and specialised subjects on bulk materials handling, conveying of bulk solids, engineering mechanics, fluid mechanics, machine design, emerging manufacturing technologies and similar, depending on the expertise of a successful candidate.
This position will be expected to establish a vigorous research program that complements and enhances the extensive interdisciplinary engineering network at the University of Wollongong, particularly in the areas of bulk materials handling and related infrastructure technologies, smart materials and structures, robotics and advanced manufacturing, renewable and sustainable energy systems, mechanics of materials, advanced materials for novel device concepts, innovative fabrication methodologies and tribology.
This position will also benefit from the funding and research networking opportunities provided by the UOW Global Challenges Program which is a significant new investment by the university in inter-disciplinary research addressing major world problems.
You will be prompted to respond to the selection criteria as part of the online application process, based on the position description below. You will be able to save your application at any time and submit at a later date if required, you will only be able to do this before the closing date of the position.
For further information about this position, please contact Professor Gursel Alici on +61 2 4221 4145.
The University plan seeks to increase the diversity of the workforce and the representation of women in areas they have been traditionally under-represented. Consistent with this, the University is seeking to increase the representation of women in the academic workforce across science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medical (STEMM) disciplines and encourages suitably qualified candidates to apply.