Associate Professor in Project Management

     
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Associate Professor in Project Management

Are you an influential academic with the ability to carry out teaching and research in Project Management? Do you have an excellent research record, success obtaining funding and the vision and drive to tackle new challenges? Are you passionate about delivering an exceptional student experience in a research-intensive Russell Group University?

The School of Civil Engineering is the only School of Civil Engineering in the Russell Group to include a Project Management Group (PMG). The PMG is research and consultancy active and delivers two well established MSc degrees in Engineering Project Management and in International Construction Management and Engineering, attracting about 100 postgraduate students each year, reflecting the engineering and construction background of the School. The School aims to build on its existing strengths and expand the PMG in terms of educational portfolio, students and academics. At undergraduate level, degrees of MEng/BEng in Civil Engineering with Project Management are also supported by the PMG.

As Associate Professor in Project Management, you will be an outstanding individual, who will join us in leading our PMG for world leading research and education. You will have a PhD or other doctorate in civil engineering, project management or a relevant discipline and a related professional qualification or equivalent research or practical experience, and be able to demonstrate an internationally leading research profile in Engineering Project Management.

To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact:

Professor Muhammed Basheer , Head of School

Tel: 0113 343 2272 or email: p.a.m.basheer [at] leeds[.]ac[.]uk

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