Senior Lecturer in Building Surveying
Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment
£41,526 rising annually to £51,034
This post is based in the School of the Built Environment, a dynamic and multidisciplinary environment with a strong tradition of excellence in teaching underpinned by world-class research and strong industry links in the professional fields of real estate, construction, urban design and planning.
As Senior Lecturer in Building Surveying you will be responsible for:
- Teaching on construction and real estate programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels
- Pursuing research and knowledge transfer activities
- Seeking external funding for research and knowledge transfer
- Supervising higher degree students
- Leading programmes and curriculum development
- Leading the development of new educational initiatives.
You should have:
- A good first degree and/or post-graduate degree in building surveying or a construction related discipline
- Substantive industry or teaching experience in building surveying
- The potential to develop and sustain externally funded research and knowledge transfer work
- The potential or track record of publishing in high quality refereed journals
- The ability to teach and supervise undergraduate and postgraduate students
- The ability to develop and lead new programmes
- The ability to build collaborative internal and external relationships
- Experience of successfully working as part of a multi-professional team.
As one of the largest employers in Oxford we pride ourselves in the great experience we offer our staff. You’ll be joining a friendly, professional environment where every member of staff is recognised as important to the success of Oxford Brookes University. To find out more about the benefits of working for Oxford Brookes please visit: www.brookes.ac.uk/job-vacancies/working-at-brookes.
The University has adopted equality, diversity and inclusion as core values. We welcome applications from suitably qualified candidates whatever their background, and especially from BAME candidates who are under-represented in our workforce.