LECTURESHIP IN GEOMORPHOLOGY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON, UK
The University of Southampton is in the top 1% of world Universities and one of the UK’s top 10 research-intensive universities. We have an international reputation for research, teaching and enterprise activities. Geography and Environment, part of the Faculty of Social, Human and Mathematical Sciences, is now seeking to recruit a Lecturer specialising in Geomorphology.
Details of the post can be found at http://ift.tt/1O56jeu
Geography and Environment has buoyant undergraduate student recruitment and excellent NSS scores. The Earth Surface Dynamics group (http://ift.tt/1uDlzJk) is home to international leaders in fluvial, glacial, and dryland geomorphology, with complementary expertise in coastal environments. The Earth Surface Dynamics group focuses on how land surface systems respond to past, present and future environmental change and we are happy to receive applications from any area of Geomorphology. However, we are interested in research and teaching profiles that complement those of the existing group.
In our research strategy we identify areas of potential for growth in coastal and estuarine processes, dust and fine sediment processes, biogeochemical processes in aquatic and coastal systems, and within the area of Environmental Sensing. Our group is outwards facing and multi-disciplinary; you will be expected to engage closely with colleagues in ESD, as well as those in other Research Groups within the Department, Faculty and more widely within the University.
The post is tenable from 1 September 2016.
Applications should be submitted by Friday 4th March 2016. Interviews are planned for Monday 4th April 2016.
Informal enquiries may be made to Professor David Sear (Head of ESD; D.Sear@southampton.ac.uk), Dr Joanna Nield (J.Nield@southampton.ac.uk), or Professor Stephen Darby (Head of Department; S.E.Darby@southampton.ac.uk).