Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Freshwater Biology

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Roehampton is one of the leading modern universities for research, which was confirmed by its outstanding performance in the 2008 RAE. It also has one of the highest concentrations of National Teaching Fellows in the UK. The University is proud of its strong sense of community among its diverse student and staff population and its tradition of academic excellence that stretches back to the 1840s. Roehampton's stunning 54-acre campus beside Richmond Park is less than 30 minutes from central London.

The Department of Life Sciences is seeking to employ an enthusiastic and committed Lecturer/Senior Lecturer to join a highly successful team of academics in Biological & Health Sciences, Anthropology and Sport. The appointee will contribute to research and publication in the area of Freshwater Biology, compatible with current work within the Centre for Research in Ecology (CRE), particularly in the field of aquatic invertebrate ecology. The post holder will be expected to contribute to, and develop, teaching activities at undergraduate and postgraduate level in the Biological Sciences including the supervision of research students.

We are open to applications from candidates within the area of aquatic invertebrate ecology, particularly those with a focus on freshwaters and/or community ecology. Applications from candidates whose work complements staff in the Centre for Research in Ecology (CRE) are especially welcome. Candidates should possess a PhD in a relevant subject, with an excellent track record of research publications and the ability to attract external research grants. Highly organised and a strong communicator, you will be an effective and innovative teacher who is able to develop and deliver undergraduate and postgraduate modules together with the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues.

 

* Closing date: Friday 9th July 2010

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