The Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Bristol has an international reputation for excellence in research and teaching. The Department currently has a vacancy for a Lecturer in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (pathway 3). These posts will support the teaching and MSc project supervision of our degree courses in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. What will you be doing?
The Department is an active and successful centre of excellence in teaching and research, with in-depth specialisation in advanced communications technologies (power and spectrum efficient wireless access, image & video signal processing, photonics and quantum information). Much of the Department's research and teaching is interdisciplinary, working with colleagues in the Engineering Faculty and in Applied Sciences. The Department runs undergraduate programmes in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Computer Science and Electronics and Mechanical and Electrical Engineering with a high-quality student intake as well as several advanced MSc programmes. Our focus is on providing a high quality and innovative learning environment.
You should apply if
- Supervise Bachelor's and Master's level projects in the area of wireless communications, networks and image communications and signal processing
- Be responsible for the delivery of teaching and coordination of laboratory and lecture based teaching to make sure that all students receive an excellent learning experience. Delivery will likely be a blend of digital and in-person activity.
You consider yourself able to supervise MSc level projects and deliver outstanding teaching in the Department. Applicants should provide evidence of ability to deliver high quality teaching at E&EE undergraduate and post graduate level related to our UG and MSc degree programmes and have some experience in project supervision. You will need an Engineering related PhD and teaching experience in one of the following areas: wireless communications, signal processing, coding and communication networks. Please include with your CV and covering letter, a statement on the contributions that you can make to teaching in the Department, especially in respect to project delivery. We would like to encourage applications from groups under-represented in electronic engineering.
We welcome applications from all members of our community and are particularly encouraging those from diverse groups, such as members of the LGBT+ and BAME communities, to join us.