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Reader in Food Insights and Sustainability (Part Time, Fixed Term) (COS480)

Tue, 05 Dec 2017 00:00:00 GMT

A satellite campus of the University of Lincoln, The National Centre for Food Manufacturing is a major resource for the UK’s food industry with over 250 major companies accessing courses, technical services and research.  Our clients include the major national and global food manufacturing businesses and leading supermarkets and we collaborate with many international partners and universities.

The University aims to be an internationally renowned University for Agri-food technologies and education. NCFM is central to the achievement of this strategic ambition both fuelling across University collaboration in research, employer engagement, educational practice and apprenticeship delivery.

The post has 2 key elements:

 1. As the Founding Director for Food Insights and Sustainability Services at NCFM, build brand improvement services for businesses utilising research to add value to businesses. Build and extend the service to meet agreed objectives for the service and financial targets.

 2. NCFM’s applied research and innovation agenda – which is predominantly industry partnered, interdisciplinary research supported through collaboration with the Schools of the College of Science and across the University, along with and academic partnerships with leading national and international institutions for the Agri-food sector.

Interfacing with senior representatives from food businesses, retailers and the scientific community is also a key element of the role and the post holder will therefore be very experienced in cross-academic and industry collaboration and working with senior representatives from industry.  

As a Reader in the School you will be expected to be a research leader who has achieved a high standard of scholarship and has a substantial record of on-going research of international quality. Readers will be expected to have an appropriate balance of research and teaching within their portfolio and to evidence potential to progress to a professorial appointment.

Closing Date: 17 Dec 2017
Category: Academic




Associate Lecturer (Online) (AL2018)

Mon, 27 Nov 2017 00:00:00 GMT

Associate Lecturer (Online)

Lincoln Business School

The University of Lincoln is an ambitious institution with high aspirations and a rapidly improving profile that seeks to be a leading UK University by 2020. It is also committed to growing student numbers using innovative forms of degree programme delivery.

The Lincoln International Business School, based in a customised building on the stunning modern Brayford campus in the heart of the historic City of Lincoln, is culturally diverse, internationally minded, and committed to providing an educational experience that enhances employability and enables people and businesses to create successful and responsible futures. The Lincoln International Business School is co-located with the Lincolnshire Leadership and Management Centre, which is the vehicle for its corporate and professional development programme operation.

The Business School has a positive student experience at the heart of its activities. The Business School is also playing a lead role in helping the University achieve some of its key strategic priorities.

Online lecturers make a vital contribution to the quality of online teaching and learning and support students by making contact at key points in their study, marking and providing feedback on assignments, helping students understand the module material and helping them prepare for  module assessment. Students organise their own study time and often need motivating and inspiring through their learning journey. Online tutors offer learning support to students through individual contact by email, phone, face to face or online methods and through the use of online forums and / or group tutorials.

We are seeking online lecturers with management knowledge, to deliver on Business, Engineering, HRM and/or Logistics degrees, expereince within the sector(s) is desirable but not essential. 

Comprehensive Teaching Rate: £42.18 per hour

Basic Hourly Rate: £16.87 

Closing Date: 04 Jan 2018
Category: Academic




Senior Lecturer in Foundation Year Studies (Fixed Term) (COA257)

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 00:00:00 GMT

Dynamic leadership, inspirational academics and significant financial investment have seen our reputation for research and learning go from strength to strength. We’re looking for exceptional people with a relentless focus on improvement. Join us in shaping the next stage of our exciting future.

Set in the heart of a beautiful, safe and friendly city, the University of Lincoln is a forward-thinking, ambitious and international institution with high aspirations and strong record of widening participation in Higher Education.

We are looking for an inspirational individual to establish a Foundation Year programme within the College of Arts. The Foundation Year programme prepares students for transition onto the major degree programmes offered by the College. Your leadership skills will be complemented by a strong track record in developing and delivering innovative curricula equivalent to FHEQ level 3, in the creative arts and humanities subjects. You will have strong leadership skills and the ability to develop a talented and motivated team to deliver a high quality student learning experience. You will have a collegiate approach enabling you to work with staff across the different subject disciplines within the College and will have the ambition to succeed in an exciting, thriving and supportive atmosphere.

Please contact Dr Catherine George within the College of Arts on +44 (0) 1522 885134 or email cgeorge@lincoln.ac.uk for an informal conversation about this opportunity.

Closing Date: 17 Dec 2017
Category: Academic




Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Robotics and Automation (COS472)

Tue, 14 Nov 2017 00:00:00 GMT

Lecturer salary from £32,548 Senior Lecturer salary from £37,706 The University of Lincoln is seeking suitably qualified applicants for a full-time academic position in the School of Engineering. The appointment will be at the level of Lecturer or Senior Lecturer (grade 7-8). The focus of the position is in Robotics and Automation. The Lincoln School of Engineering was founded in 2009 with funding from HEFCE and the European Union, in collaboration with Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery and other employers in the engineering sector. The School has established itself as a centre of excellence for engineering education and research. In 2011 we received the Lord Stafford Award for ground-breaking collaboration between industry and academia and in 2012 we won the Times Higher award for Outstanding Employer Engagement. In 2015 we became a Siemens Global Principal Partner university, based on our successful research collaborations with the company, and we are one of only 16 such universities worldwide. Most recently, in 2017 a £28M expansion program was completed, creating new teaching and laboratory spaces. At undergraduate level we offer a range of degrees in Mechanical, Electrical and Automation Engineering. We also offer two taught masters degrees and have a growing postgraduate research portfolio. We have three major research groups: Intelligent Systems, Power and Energy, Manufacturing and Materials Processing. The successful applicant will join the Intelligent Systems Research Group and focus his or her research on one or more aspects of control engineering, robotics and automation. Candidates are expected to have a PhD in Engineering, Mathematics or the Physical Sciences, and have research or industrial experience relevant to control, automation or robotics. Research pedigree in this area is essential, and relevant teaching experience is highly desirable. Experience in the application of control and robotics to practical systems is also highly desirable. Research interests should align with our growing portfolio of applications in control and automation which include food and agriculture, intelligent vehicles, wireless sensor networks and distributed/networked systems. More information can be found on our website. Informal enquiries about the post can be made to Professor Tim Gordon, Head of School of Engineering, +44(0)1522 837 911; email: tgordon@lincoln.ac.uk. For further information or to apply online please visit our website at http://jobs.lincoln.ac.uk/ If you have any queries please email jobs@lincoln.ac.uk or telephone 01522 886 775. Please quote the job reference number and title in all correspondence. Closing date: Sunday 7th January 2018. Closing Date: 07 Jan 2018 Category: Academic [...]



Area Coordinator for Further Maths Support Programme (Part Time, Fixed Term) (COS081B)

Fri, 10 Nov 2017 00:00:00 GMT

The University of Lincoln is a forward-thinking, ambitious institution and you will be working in the heart of a thriving, beautiful, safe and friendly city. The School provides a stimulating environment for academic research, and is based in high quality, newly developed facilities.
 
We are seeking to appoint a graduate in mathematics or a related subject with substantial experience of teaching Further Mathematics at A-level to take on the part-time role of Further Mathematics Support Programme Area Coordinator for the East of England. This post is part of the national Further Mathematics Support Programme (FMSP).
 
Working as part of the FMSP team, the post holder will be responsible for the effective management of support for schools and colleges in the teaching and learning of A-level Mathematics and Further Mathematics in Lincolnshire, South Humberside and parts of North Nottinghamshire. This includes:
  • Organising tuition for students when schools and colleges are unable to provide it directly themselves
  • Supporting schools and colleges so that they can offer Further Mathematics without the need for FMSP-organised tuition
  • Supporting teachers with STEP and AEA mathematics
  • Organising activities and events to promote level 3 mathematics to key stage 4 students
  • Advising schools and colleges on their mathematics provision and organising professional development for teachers.
The successful candidate will have substantial experience of teaching Further Mathematics at A-level, outstanding organisational and project co-ordination skills, excellent communication skills, excellent IT skills, the ability to build and maintain good professional relationships, and will be a confident and enthusiastic teacher with a passion for mathematics.
 
Because the post involves working with children the appointment will be conditional on an enhanced DBS check revealing no bar to working with children or vulnerable adults. The starting date is as soon as possible . The post is offered for a fixed term until 30 September 2018.
 
This position does not fulfil the UK Visas & Immigration sponsorship criteria for Tier 2.
 

Closing Date: 07 Jan 2018
Category: Academic