Lecturer in Construction Project Management
The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment, as part of the Robert Gordon University, is a respected international provider of courses including Construction Project Management, Property Development and Commercial Practice for the Energy Sectors as well as Surveying, Architectural Technology and Architecture. We combine innovative thinking with new technologies and traditional practices across all aspects of building design and construction. We take pride in developing innovative, exciting and dynamic courses that address the current and future needs of industry. The School undertakes world leading research (RAE 2008), and submitted a significant proportion of its staff to the REF exercise in 2013.
A vacancy exists within The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment for a Lecturer to support the Built Environment programme of courses and in particular topics related to the teaching and research of Project Management, Construction Management, Asset Management and Lifecycle Costing. You will also contribute to the academic team responsible for the delivery of service teaching and the development of modules and research in the subject of project planning and control, risk management and energy. You will be responsible for the effective operation and development of nominated components within the School's portfolio of courses in the areas noted above.
As a Lecturer you will provide face to face and online delivery and support to
students across a range of disciplines, and assist with project supervision, delivery and assessment. You will also form part of the team involved with the delivery of commercial contracts, the majority of which relate to training.
You will be expected to lead and develop specialisms within the programme and contribute to the School’s liaison with the construction industry and related professions. Through research, you will also build upon our subject areas and assist development of the portfolio, staff expertise and the knowledge base.
Whilst the post is advertised as a full-time appointment, applications from those seeking part-time arrangements are welcome and will be considered.
There are a restricted number of certificates of sponsorship available in the UK and there is no guarantee that the University would be able to obtain one should the successful candidate require one.
A Disclosure will be requested for the successful applicant