[Met-jobs] Lecturer in physics at UEA (includes meteorology and oceanography)

UEA is advertising for an ATR lecturer in Physics, to help support the new Physics degree at UEA.  We are looking for someone with overlapping research interests with existing faculty at UEA, which of course covers meteorology and oceanography.

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Lecturer in Physics

REF: ATR1297

Faculty of Science

£40,082 to £46,414 per annumIn 2017 the Science Faculty will launch a Physics degree with a range of subjects that will make the course unique in the region and in the UK. The combination of strengths in chemical, environmental and computational physics at UEA will introduce a multidisciplinary modern degree that will meet the needs of graduates in today’s society.This is an exciting time to be joining UEA in this new faculty appointment. While initially focussed on assisting with the development of the new course, the successful candidate will aspire to develop an independent research group. Current research interests in physics across the Faculty range from theoretical physics to environmental physics, including meteorology and oceanography alongside ultrafast spectroscopy, optics and computational physics. Candidates from any of these areas or others are invited to apply. Candidates should have a PhD (or equivalent qualification) in Physics or other relevant discipline, evidence of successful research activity in the field of Physics, an active interest and potential to grow and attain a senior position, and will be able to meet all the essential criteria set out in the Person Specification.The post is available on a full time, indefinite basis from 1 July 2016.We particularly welcome applications from suitably qualified female academics as they are currently under-represented across the Faculty.Closing date: 12.00 noon on Friday 18 March 2016.

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