The Faculty of Engineering and Informatics at the University of Bradford is seeking to recruit a talented and motivated individual to join us as an Associate Professor within the department of Mechanical and Energy Systems Engineering. This is one of two posts currently being advertised in the Department and is an exciting opportunity for an academic to grow their field of research. We are seeking individuals who can contribute towards world leading research and teaching within the University, and successful applicants would be expected to map their strengths to the existing research and teaching expertise within the Department and Faculty. We would welcome applicants who can demonstrate synergy with our established Automotive Research Center and/or Advanced Materials Engineering Centre, whilst applicants bringing expertise in other associated areas are equally encouraged.
The successful candidate will contribute to teaching within the department of Mechanical and Energy Systems Engineering at undergraduate and postgraduate levels including the programs in BEng/MEng Mechanical Engineering, MSc Advanced Mechanical Engineering, and MSc Automotive Systems Engineering. You will join a diverse team of 20 academics and researchers within the department of Mechanical and Energy Systems Engineering with expertise including automotive, reliability, polymers, materials, sustainability, energy, management, mathematical modeling, and optimization.
If you think you possess the skills, experience and personal attributes that we are looking for, please complete the application form and upload your CV to our recruitment portal.
For informal inquiries, please contact David Bryant firstname.lastname@example.org
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