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Lecturer in Physical Geography, Loughborough University, UK
The School of Social, Political and Geographical Sciences
 
Geography Department
 
The Department seeks to appoint a Lecturer in Physical Geography from 1 October 2016. We welcome applicants with research and teaching specialisms within any part of physical geography, but have a particular interest in candidates with expertise in fluvial geomorphology, sedimentology or ecohydraulics, and especially in innovative interdisciplinary work at the interface of these river science sub-disciplines.
 
The successful applicant will be expected to enhance the Department's existing reputation for world-class scholarship and to contribute to the REF profile through individual and collaborative initiatives within the Department's  research groups.
 
Curriculum Vitae will only be accepted if accompanied by a completed University application form.
 
Informal enquiries are welcomed and should be directed to Professor Helen Rendell, Head of Department, by email at: h.m.rendell@lboro.ac.uk
Closing date for receipt of applications is:  Wednesday 6 July 2016
 
Interviews will be held on: Tuesday 26 July 2016
 
Please click here for details.
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