You will be able to contribute to the delivery of topics relating to Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer and Geothermal Engineering across our Undergraduate and Postgraduate Mechanical and Renewable Energy Engineering curriculum. It would be beneficial if you also have a secondary specialism in Process and/or Control engineering. Working within our school team, you will develop your abilities in module delivery and project supervision, including supporting experimental, analytical and numerical modelling techniques. Knowledge of Thermal Engineering within Renewable Energy applications is essential. Skills of using a relevant computational and analytical software tool, such as ANSYS, STAR-CCM+, and/or GES, is essential
You will have experience teaching at higher education level with evidence of successful student learning outcomes Or evidence of high-quality presentation skills, and evidence of coaching, or mentoring and teaching other professionals if from a professional services background. A teaching qualification or be willing to undertake a teaching qualification if not already qualified is essential for this role.
Driven by a commitment to deliver high quality services to students, you will have a growing reputation in a combination of teaching, scholarship, contemporary research, and enterprise.
The ability to support and contribute to the development and delivery of curriculum and professional learning and development programmes, transnational education partnerships and international commercial projects is required for this role.