Lecturer in Archaeology/Anthropology
Contract type: Permanent. Full time or part time (0.2 -0.5 FTE)
Salary: £41,770 to £46,560 per annum (with additional performance related pay up to £58,200 per annum.) Pro rata for part time.
Cranfield University is an international centre of excellence in research and postgraduate teaching in strategic areas of applied science, technology, engineering and management, directed by the need of industry. We attract 4,500 masters and doctoral students each year from over 100 countries.
Cranfield Forensic Institute (CFI) provides a university wide focus for the application of science and technology to law enforcement particularly through niche areas of forensic science. This extends to research and consultancy in archaeological science and physical anthropology for musuems and archaeological units as well as police forces and other agencies.
You will be responsible for the ongoing development and delivery of a range of educational products, in particular modules such as Recovery of Buried Remains and Fundamentals of Forensic Anthropology in addition to other MSc modules and short courses. You will need to be able to teach in both archaeology and human skeletal anatomy.
Main responsibilities include:
- Pursuance of an active and high impact research agenda in the field of forensic archaeology/anthropology or archaeological science, including writing for and publishing in relevant high-quality peer reviewed journals
- Design, develop, deliver and assess a range of MSc modules in the field of forensic archaeology/anthropology or archaeological science, ensuring coherence with both student needs and customer requirements
- Thesis supervision, primarily at MSc level and undertake PhD supervision if qualified
- Consultancy work involving fieldwork in the UK and abroad
You will have a degree level education and a PhD in a related area. You will have significant experience in archaeology/anthropology either commercially or for a university or equivalent.
Subject matter expertise in archaeology/anthropology including archaeological techniques and human skeletal anatomy is essential.
A PGCert in Academic Practice, publication of high impact research and experience in delivery of post graduate education are all desirable.
At Cranfield we value Diversity and Inclusion, and aim to create and maintain a culture in which everyone can work and study together harmoniously with dignity and respect and realise their full potential.
Interviews will be held: 12 July 2018