Lecturer in Physical Geography

The role

The School of Geographical Sciences is seeking to appoint an excellent lecturer to provide teaching and develop pedagogic leadership in the area of physical geography for students.

What will you be doing?

The role will include leading and delivering modules and field classes across both the undergraduate and postgraduate cohorts, and supervising dissertations.  In addition, an aspect of the role will be to provide resilience to the teaching program through provision of cover teaching in cases of staff absence.  The role will also involve undertaking administrative roles within the School as required, and other activities such as pastoral and academic tutorials.

You should apply if

Demonstrable excellence – via student feedback amongst other means – in teaching undergraduate students in higher education in physical geography across a broad spectrum of the geographical curriculum. Demonstrable excellence and substantial experience in providing and/or developing pastoral support and  student well-being initiatives. Experience delivering and supporting fieldwork teaching

Additional information

For informal queries, contact: Professor David Manley [email protected] the Head of School.

We seek to attract, develop, and retain individuals from the widest possible talent pool and the broadest possible range of backgrounds.  We are committed to building an inclusive working environment where all colleagues can thrive and reach their full potential. We particularly welcome applications from Black African, Black Caribbean and other minority ethnic groups, as they are currently under-represented across our university.