The successful candidates will be expected to contribute to teaching on the undergraduate and taught postgraduate programmes in Civil Engineering, as well as participating in the academic programme management, curriculum development, marketing and outreach activities in the discipline. They will also be expected to contribute to the research objectives of Civil Engineering in terms of supervising postgraduate researchers, attracting research funding and publishing in peer-reviewed journals of high international ranking. They will be expected to develop their research in close alignment with the strategic research directions of the University. While applications are invited from any branch of Civil Engineering, we are particularly interested in candidates whose teaching and research specialisms are in the area of Water Resources Engineering and Civil Engineering Design.
Normally, a PhD in Civil Engineering or in a related engineering discipline. Experience of lecturing at third level, as well as supervision of student projects; An appropriate publication record and demonstrated capacity to engage in significant collaborative research activities; An ability to conduct teaching programme administration and management in a public service university environment; Please see www.nuigalway.ie/about-us/jobs for information pack and further criteria required for post.