SMS scnews item created by Andrew Mathas at Wed 6 Jun 2007 0955
Type: Deadline
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Expiry: 22 Jun 2007
Calendar1: 22 Jun 2007

Professor/Reader/Senior Lecturer/Lecturer at City University, London

Closing date: 22 June 2007

Professor/Reader/Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Mathematics Engineering and Mathematical Sciences

Salary depending on qualification and experience

Committed to the highest quality of education, The City University has an impressive range of academic programmes that prepare over 20,000 students for professional life. Ideally located close to the City of London, our staff and students' backgrounds are diverse, our facilities are extensive and our academic research internationally recognised.

One of our largest schools, Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, has enjoyed sustained growth and development over the last few years and is now entering a dynamic and exciting phase of investment and expansion which provides a number of opportunities for outstanding academic leaders.

For the senior position, we are seeking an outstanding mathematician with an international background in research and professional leadership to provide the strategic vision to drive forward a very active Research Centre and enhance a broadly-based and expanding portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. The successful appointee will join the senior management team of the school.

For the Senior Lecturer/Lecturer post, applicants should have research backgrounds consistent with their career records to date and complementary to the existing research strengths within the Centre.

Teaching duties will include lecturing across our range of mathematics programmes and service teaching to students from other disciplines.

Informal enquiries about the Professorial/Readership post are welcome and should be directed to: Professor C Arcoumanis, FREng +44 (0)20 7040 0113

For more information and an application form, visit or write to HR Business Services, City University, Northampton Square, London EC1V OHB, quoting job reference number SW/1957.

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