The College proposes to appoint a Stipendiary Lecturer in Engineering Science from 1 September 2022 for one year in the first instance to teach undergraduates for an average of four contact hours a week.

The lecturer should be able to teach the Energy Systems syllabus (Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics and Electrical Machines) to first and second year students, and the Engineering in Society syllabus to third year students.

The successful candidate will also be involved with the pastoral care of students reading Engineering Science. The role will involve writing reports on the TMS for each series of tutorials for each student taught. The appointee will be required to set and mark collections (termly college examinations) and they will be involved in the Admissions process, which will include interviewing candidates for Engineering Science in December.

The lecturer will be expected to be involved in social events (funded by the College) with undergraduates. It is hoped that the lecturer will become an active member of the college community and participate fully in the life of the College.

The lecturer will be paid on the stipendiary lecturers’ scale (£9,308 to £10,469 for 4 hours at current rates), with entitlement to join USS and some meals without charge during University terms. You will also be entitled to a research allowance and many other additional benefits.

Further particulars can be obtained from Jo White (HR Officer) or by downloading from the website at . The closing date for applications is noon on 27 May 2022. Interviews will be held on Wednesday 8 June 2022.

Lady Margaret Hall is an Equal Opportunities Employer.