The School of Earth and Ocean Sciences at Cardiff University is a dynamic and successful multi-disciplinary centre devoted to research in the disciplines of Earth and Ocean Sciences.
Cardiff University is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Geodynamics and Hazards. They invite applications from exceptional geophysicists who investigate solid earth processes with geophysical data and simulation methods. Areas of technical expertise could include, but are not restricted to, seismology, landscape evolution, geo-hazards and numerical modelling. They are seeking candidates who complement their current research programme and who are able to integrate across existing areas of expertise. Current areas of research interest in the school at large include solid Earth dynamics, tectonics and structural geology, natural resource exploration, palaeoclimate and climate systems, Earth surface processes and geologic hazards.
You will join Cardiff University's lively and dynamic School which is internationally recognised for its research and teaching. You will have an excellent academic research record, including quality peer-reviewed publications and the proven ability to secure external funding to support your research and ensure its impact beyond academia. A strong commitment to teaching, including practical classes and fieldwork, at all levels is also essential. Applicants should hold a PhD in a relevant subject area.
This is a full-time post (35 hours per week). The post is available immediately and is open-ended.