Lecturer in Autonomous Systems & Robotics
University of York – Department of Electronic Engineering
Salary Range: £38,832 - £47,772 a year
Hours: Full Time
Ref Number: 6714
Contract Type: Open
Closing date: 22 July 2018
Electronic Engineering is a department with an international reputation for excellence in research and teaching. We are seeking to appoint a Lecturer to build upon existing strengths in autonomous systems and robotics and to contribute to research, teaching and administration. You will have a proven international research record and should possess a clear research vision across the area of autonomous systems and robotics. You will contribute to the department's growing research reputation and wider impact in this area in addition to designing, developing and delivering undergraduate and postgraduate teaching across a range of related subjects.
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This is a full time position (37 hours per week) and the salary will be within the range of £38,832 - £47,772 per annum on Grade 7 of the University of York’s salary scales.
For an informal discussion please contact Head of Department, Prof Andy Tyrrell at email@example.com or if you would like to talk to someone about working in the department please contact Dr Jude Brereton, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presentations will take place on 14 August 2018 and interviews will take place on 15 August 2018.
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