Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Structural Engineering Design

     
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The Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering at the University of Bath is internationally recognised as a leading centre for research and teaching in the built environment. The Department came joint top in the Architecture, Built Environment and Planning unit of assessment in the 2014 REF and we are consistently at the top of the league tables. The University has received a Gold award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).

The Department wishes to appoint an outstanding and inspirational academic in the area of structural engineering design. The post is advertised at Lecturer (Assistant Professor) level. The successful candidate will have a scholarly reputation, demonstrated by a significant record of high quality journal publications in the relevant field. You will be expected to develop, largely through external funding, a research team in your specialist area. We would generally expect applicants for Lecturer level to have some post-doctoral experience. The successful candidate will be developing a reputation in one of the following fields of structural engineering design:

  • Digital structural design and/or manufacturing (e.g. parametric design, additive manufacturing, structural optimisation, form-finding etc.)
  • Data driven structural design
  • Innovative architectural structures
  • Innovative structural applications of natural materials


We are not currently seeking applicants whose primary research focus is finite element modelling/analysis (except to support the research areas above) or earthquake engineering, but rather someone who will complement and grow our existing research areas. Please click here to see the Department's research.

The post holder is expected to make a significant contribution to both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. We are therefore looking for someone with a dedication to the delivery of high quality teaching across a range of subjects within the broad area of structural and architectural engineering, with an emphasis on use of computational tools to facilitate design, such as parametric modelling, multi-objective optimisation and form-finding.

We are a joint Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering in which collaborative, integrated studio based design is central to our teaching ethos. A passion for creative engineering design and integrated/collaborative working is an essential requirement. Some experience of practical engineering design and chartered status would also be beneficial. Other duties will depend upon the background of the post holders.

All applicants must include both a Curriculum Vitae and a two-page outline of their future plans and intentions for research activity and grant capture over the coming five years. This document will be treated in the strictest confidence and with full respect for ownership. This is a mandatory component of the selection process, without which we will be unable to progress your application.

Informal enquiries about the post may be made to Professor Stephen Emmitt (+44 (0)1225 384722, email S.Emmitt [at] bath[.]ac[.]uk ), Head of the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering; or Dr Antony Darby (+44 (0)1225 383182, email A.P.Darby [at] bath[.]ac[.]uk ), Head of Civil Engineering.

Both the Department and the University are committed to providing a supportive and inclusive working environment and the Department recently received an Athena SWAN Silver award. We particularly welcome applications from women, who are currently under-represented in academic posts.

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The University of Bath is an equal opportunities employer and has an excellent international reputation with staff from over 60 different nations. To achieve our global aspirations, we welcome applicants from all backgrounds.

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