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Job Opportunity: Lecturer in Marine Biology/Ecology at Bangor University

Applications are invited for a permanent full-time post working in the School of Ocean Sciences at Bangor University.

The position is for a motivated Lecturer (Teaching and Scholarship) with specialism in the field of Marine Biology/Marine Ecology. The successful candidate will join an active and enthusiastic group of marine scientists and will have the opportunity to undertake teaching across a wide range of levels and in both classroom and field settings.

The post holder will have a PhD in marine biology/marine ecology and ideally have previous experience of teaching marine biology/ ecology to both undergraduates and postgraduates.

Overview

The School of Ocean Sciences (SOS) is a multidisciplinary department with a focus on continental shelf sciences. Core research interests include physical oceanography, marine biology and ecology, sediment processes, biogeochemistry and climate change science. The successful candidate will actively contribute to the School’s interdisciplinary ethos and exploit the wide range of expertise and facilities available in the School and elsewhere within the University.

The Project

The full-time post holder will join a proactive team of Teaching and Scholarship staff in the School who work closely with each other to continually improve the quality of our programmes and provision across the whole School.

Duties will include teaching and assessment using a variety of traditional and new tools and pedagogies. In this respect, you will be expected to conduct and report-on educational research activity – be that within the School, University or across institutes. You will be mentored and encourage to contribute meaningfully to the further development of the School’s teaching provision at an early stage

The successful candidate will be expected to commence 1st March 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter.

Informal enquiries can be made to the Head of School, Prof. David Thomas, by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Closing date for applications: 02 December 2019.

For more information and how to apply, click here.

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