The University of Manchester is looking for senior academics to join their academic and research team within Engineering and Physical Sciences!
The University of Manchester is the UK’s largest campus-based university. With four faculties, 25 academic schools and over 11,000 staff, we offer more than 400 degree courses. In addition we support hundreds of specialist research groups, and have the biggest student community in the UK.
Engineering and Physical Sciences
Up to 100 senior academics
Great thinking got us where we are today. We have no fewer than 25 Nobel Prize winners among our current and former staff, students and alumni. We are on track to enter the top 25 universities in the world by 2020. Yet, we’re still searching for answers to some of the greatest questions facing the human race. That’s why we need more exceptional academics to join us – in science, humanities, engineering, life sciences and medicine. With a £1 billion investment in people and facilities – you’ll have everything you need to make your biggest breakthrough yet.
The Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences is one of the largest in the UK and brings together nine highly rated Schools, each with a powerful reputation for teaching and research success. These Schools promote a collaborative approach that continues to raise our high teaching and learning profiles.
Research centres and collaboration
Within the Faculty, we have over 70 specialist research centres and groups, performing research in fields such as:
Photon science and photonic materials
The structure of the universe
Nuclear science and technology
Imaging and visualisation
Global and local environment studies
Computing and digital science and technology
Biotechnology, bioscience and biomedical engineering
Many of our research activities are performed in national and international collaborations. Often in partnership with colleagues within our Faculties of Humanities, Life Sciences, and Medical and Human Sciences, we work on an international platform with other major universities and industry partners such as CERN, BP and Rolls Royce.
Closer to home, several of the Schools in the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences are actively engaged with The Athena SWAN Charter, which is a scheme that recognises excellence in Science, Engineering and Technology (SET) employment in higher education. We already hold two Silver Athena SWAN awards and have a further five awards in the pipeline.
Find out more about our impact and success here: www.eps.manchester.ac.uk
School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science
School of Chemistry
School of Computer Science
School of Earth, Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
School of Materials
School of Mathematics
School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering
School of Physics and Astronomy
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