Vacancy - Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Geospatial Engineering (4852)
peter.clarke at newcastle.ac.uk
Fri Jul 3 15:58:36 UTC 2020
Author: Peter Clarke
Subject: Vacancy - Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Geospatial Engineering (4852)
[with the usual apologies for cross-posting to several overlapping lists - the post could suit a wide range of people working on science and engineering problems using a variety of geospatial / Earth Observation measurement techniques and data analytics tools]
LECTURER / SENIOR LECTURER IN GEOSPATIAL ENGINEERING (4852)
Salary: GBP 35,845.00 - GBP 59,135.00
Apply via: https://jobs.ncl.ac.uk/s/8DvX2w
Closing Date: 1 August 2020
The Geospatial Engineering Group within the School of Engineering is seeking to appoint a Senior Lecturer / Lecturer in Geospatial Engineering, to complement our existing strengths in geospatial data acquisition, management, processing, modelling and analysis.
Motivated individuals who have the potential for world-leading research and teaching in any aspect of geospatial engineering including GIS, remote sensing, photogrammetry, cartography/visualization, geodesy, engineering surveying, and geospatial analysis/modelling will be considered.
You will contribute to the full spectrum of the Group's activities including research, teaching and leadership. You will have a good Bachelor's or Masters degree and a PhD (or equivalent research experience) in a closely related discipline. Expertise in your field must be complemented with a strong research record with proven impact, and/or proven potential to deliver both research and teaching of the highest quality. You will have excellent project management skills and an ability to engage with non-academic stakeholders (e.g. industry, government and the public) at a local and international level.
You will develop an international leading capability at Newcastle in the field of geospatial research, and will have the opportunity to work closely with University initiatives and partnerships such as SAM at Newcastle (the Spatial Analytics and Modelling initative), the GCRF Water Hub, the EPSRC UKCRIC Urban Observatory and DAFNI (Data and Analytics Facility for National Infrastructure), the National Innovation Centre for Data (NICD), the NERC COMET+ centre of excellence, and the Alan Turing Institute. You will have access to PhD studentship funding via the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Geospatial Systems and the NERC One Planet and IAPETUS Doctoral Training Partnerships.
This is a full time, open ended position.
For further information and to apply, please see https://jobs.ncl.ac.uk/s/8DvX2w
Please direct informal enquiries to Professor Peter Clarke via:
Email: peter.clarke at newcastle.ac.uk or telephone +44(0)191 2086351
For more information about the School of Engineering, please visit: https://www.ncl.ac.uk/engineering/
For more information about Geospatial Engineering, School of Engineering, please visit: https://www.ncl.ac.uk/engineering/research/civil/geomatics/
For more information about NICD, please visit:
Peter J. CLARKE MA DPhil FHEA FRAS
Professor of Geophysical Geodesy
Geomatics, School of Engineering,
G.12 Cassie Building, Newcastle University,
Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU, UK
Tel: +44 (0)191 222 6351
e-mail: Peter.Clarke at newcastle.ac.uk
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