Duties and Responsibilities
The Bartlett School of Construction & Project Management is one of the worlds leading academic centres of excellence in the management of projects and construction economics. It is also home to the Bartlett Real Estate Institute. It has around 800 students, and more than 70 members of staff from a broad base of built environment, management, and engineering disciplines. In REF 2014, staff had more world-leading or internationally excellent outputs than any other institution in its field.
The School seeks to appoint a Lecturer in Facilities Management: Built Asset Management to contribute our teaching in this area across the curriculum. The post holder will also carry out research, and administration, in the field of facilities management, consistent with the vision and mission of the School and the Institute.
The duration of this role is an open-ended, full-time position.
The successful applicant will be expected to carry out research and produce high quality publications; to communicate research outcomes to academic and non-academic stakeholders; to participate in collaborative research and enterprise activities; to teach, supervise and support students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels; to contribute to the development, planning and implementation of a high quality curriculum; to contribute to examinations, marking and other forms of assessment; to participate in departmental and faculty events, and build collaborations across UCL; and, to engage in continuing professional development.
The appointee is required to have a PhD in a relevant field, and experience of research or teaching in a related discipline. The successful candidate will also need to have an excellent grounding in the theory and practice of facilities management, and robust understanding of leading edge research in the subject area, together with a proven record of ability to conduct high quality research, deliver high quality teaching, and supervise academic work; as well as experience of academic administration, strong communication and interpersonal skills, and the ability to work collaboratively.
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11 Mar 2021
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