We seek a Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Environmental Biology, with a specific focus on evolutionary biology and the ecology of natural and modified ecosystems.
You should have a strong experience in field survey and quantitative techniques to support research and teach these disciplines to Environmental Biology and other students.
You will have an enthusiastic approach to education and will contribute significantly to the delivery and further development of our Environmental Biology portfolio.
You will have a PhD or equivalent experience in the environmental sciences or related disciplines, and an emerging record in research which complements our existing strengths in environmental research and teaching.
These include environmental management and conservation, freshwater and riparian ecology and forensic entomology.
Nottingham Trent University is renowned for leading edge research, strong links with industry and its excellent teaching that shape lives and society.
Research in the School of Science and Technology is extremely strong in terms of high quality outputs, funding income, and international impact.
For example, our work on food security, both in terms of food fraud and safer feed for babies, was recognised by a Queen’s Anniversary Award for Higher Education in 2015.
A key strength of the School is its collegial, multi-disciplinary approach with scientists and engineers collaborating extensively.
We pride ourselves on our excellent teaching, which aims to be innovative and relevant. It is highly regarded, with our STEM subjects performing consistently well in the National Student Survey.
Please submit a single document to include a full CV,a Teaching Statement, a Research Statement and a Covering Letter addressing your suitability for the role outlined in the associated Job Description and Person Specification.
If the 1MB file size restriction makes this difficult or impossible, please email all your supporting documentation to CSTHR ntu.ac.uk.