Schoolof Art, Design & Architecture
Lecturerin Building Surveying
Salary: £34,189 – £48,677 per annum – Grade 7/8
The Department of the Built Environment of theSchool of Art, Design and Architecture at the University of Plymouth isinviting applications for the post of Lecturer in Building Surveying.
You will be expected to take a lead rolein the teaching of our longstanding BSc (Hons) in Building Surveying and theEnvironment. You will also make a significant contribution to the teaching ofthe undergraduate courses in Construction Management and ArchitecturalEngineering. We are looking to appoint a candidate with a dedication to thedelivery of high quality teaching. You will be expected to have involvement inprofessional activities as well as contributing to recruitment marketing andbusiness activities within the department.
The Department of the Built Environmentis a vibrant and growing part of the school. Next to the current undergraduatedegrees in Building Surveying, Construction Management and ArchitecturalEngineering we will be launching a course in Quantity Surveying in fall 2019. Ourcourses are accredited by the RICS, CIOB, CABE and CIBSE.
You must have a good Master’s degree orequivalent in subject area relevant to building and construction. Experience ofworking in industry and Building Surveying practice will be highly valued forthe position. Membership of the RICS is desirable.
All activities undertaken within this role needto be in compliance with the University’s Safety Policy and undertaken in a waythat demonstrates the University’s commitment to Equality and Diversity forstaff, students and partners.
This is a full-time position working 37 hoursper week on a fixed-term basis for 18 months due to funding.
Contactfor informal discussion:
Professor Pieter de Wilde, Associate Head ofthe Department of the Built Environment on email firstname.lastname@example.org telephone +441752586115
ClosingDate: 12 midnight, Sunday 6 January 2019
Interviewsare expected to take place: Early February 2019
The University ofPlymouth is committed to equality of opportunity, promoting a diverse andinclusive culture, demonstrated through our commitment to the gender equalityAthena SWAN Charter and as a Stonewall diversity champion. All applicationswill be judged solely on merit, however, we particularly welcome applicationsfrom groups currently under-represented in the workforce, for example black andminority ethnic groups.
University ofPlymouth holds a TEF (Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework)Silver by the Office for Students.