Two Lecturer in Physical Geography posts are available in the Department of Geography and Planning (School of Environmental Sciences) at the University of Liverpool
Closing date of 19th June 2017
We wish to recruit lecturers in Physical Geography commencing September 2017. The successful candidates will deliver high quality research, contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching within the Department of Geography and Planning and support our ambition to develop the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes we offer across the School of Environmental Sciences.
- Lecturer in Geography (Geochronology/Quaternary): We are looking for candidates with a strong research profile in Geochronology, and/or Quaternary Science, and particularly to make full advantage of the opportunities available from the University of Liverpool Luminescence Laboratory in the School of Environmental Sciences, and wider research facilities for sediment/water characterization and radionuclide analysis in the Faculty of Science and Engineering. You should have interests that augment existing research strengths in Quaternary environmental change and geomorphic evidence of earth surface processes.
Further information: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BBK067/lecturer-in-geography-geochronology-quaternary/
- Lecturer in Geography Palaeoecology/Biogeography: You should have a PhD in a relevant discipline, an excellent research profile in Applied Palaeoecology and/or Biogeography, particularly with a focus on climate change and human impacts on ecosystems. You will be expected to drive a research agenda in any of the following: palaeoecology; ecosystem functioning; ecosystem disturbance, resilience and adaptation; linking to future projections of environment and climate change. You should have interests that augment existing research strengths environmental change and geomorphology in the Department and complement those in ecology across the School and the University.
Further information: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BBK180/lecturer-in-geography-palaeoecology-biogeography/
Candidates for both posts are expected to demonstrate a strong funding record and future research plans, and to have a keen interest in establishing links in research and teaching across the School.
Prof Richard C Chiverrell
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Director of Research
School of Environmental Sciences
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Liverpool. L69 7ZT
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