Department of Electronic Engineering
Location: Bedford Square, London
Salary: £44,283 per year – including London allowance
Post type: Full time
Closing Date: 11.59pm BST on Friday 10th June 2022
Full time, permanent
The Electronic Engineering (EE) Department at Royal Holloway is seeking to appoint an excellent academic to fill the role of Lecturer in Engineering Project Management for its growing and expanding portfolio of MSc in Project Management (with specializations in project management, cybersecurity, software, sustainability). The role is full-time and permanent.
electronic engineering – “Creating technical solutions for a changing world”
As Royal Holloway’s youngest department, Electronic Engineering is dedicated to creating a bright future for our electronics engineering community. Electronic engineering products are all around us in our daily lives, creating demand for excellent engineers with a creative passion for putting technology to work for humanity.
We are based in a new state-of-the-art £20m building”Beatrice’s shilling‘, bringing together a growing community of staff and students, an expanding portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, and research groups interested in exciting future technologies. Our staff bring their research expertise to their teaching, and our curriculum builds on our excellent industry links, ensuring that our degree courses are designed to meet market needs and that our graduates are highly employable.
We are currently recruiting an academic staff member to support our teaching and program support for our Masters in Project Management programs. The successful candidate should hold a PhD or equivalent, and will have a proven educational and administrative record, with a broad knowledge of engineering project management, engineering management, operations management. Experience working with industry and contributing to outreach activities will also be valuable.
The appointee will be primarily focused on leading design and teaching and learning activities on engineering project management, but may also be asked to contribute to a range of departmental activities, including primarily the postgraduate teaching and project supervision on a range of Engineering Management, Project Management, Projects and Programmes, Risk Management, Operations Management topics The position will be based within the EE department with the management of the Academic program support and teaching both at our London Graduate School and at our main RHUL campus in Egham, Surrey, within commuting distance of London.
For an informal discussion about the position, please contact Professor Satya Shah, Director of Postgraduate Education Programs and Head of Engineering and Project Management at [email protected]
Please cite the reference: 0522-232
Closing Date: Midnight, June 10, 2022
Service dates: Week starting June 27, 2022
The Department holds an Athena Bronze Award in recognition of our commitment to increasing the participation of women, from undergraduate students to the highest academic positions. We particularly welcome applications from women as they are under-represented among the academic staff of the Department.