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Job Opportunity: Lecturer in Marine Biology at the University of Southampton

Develop an international reputation and inspire the next generation of Ocean Scientists with a world-leading University. Are you an expert in marine biology, coastal and shelf processes, ocean-climate systems, or any other area of ocean science? If you’re looking to grow your research and teaching skills and experience, the University of Southampton is the place to do it.

The School of Ocean and Earth Science is based at the National Oceanography Centre Southampton (NOCS), on the University’s Waterfront Campus. NOCS brings together over 500 researchers and support staff drawn from physics, chemistry, biology, geoscience and engineering, and is one of the largest and most successful marine science institutions in the world.

Join NOCS, and you’ll have the scope to become an international leader in your field. While you pursue your research interests and deliver high-quality teaching, you can take advantage of the wide-ranging multi-disciplinary research, education and enterprise opportunities. On top of this, as you develop innovative research proposals, teaching programmes and funding bids, and seek to maximise the impact of your research in societal, industrial and/or policy matters, they will support you through membership of a research group and a dedicated senior colleague to guide your progression and integration into the University.

To apply, you’ll need a PhD, or equivalent professional qualifications, and have a growing track record of published research. You should be comfortable presenting your findings at meetings and conferences, coordinating research activities and managing research budgets. You will have a passion for educating the next generation of ocean scientists, with experience of teaching at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level.

Positions are available at Level 5 (Lecturer; salary range £39,152 to £49,553) and Level 6 (Associate Professor; salary range £51,034 to £64,145).

Application Procedure

You should submit a completed application form online.

Application deadline: Monday 13 January 2020

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