Lecturer in the Centre for Cold Matter
Applications are invited for a Lecturer in the Centre for Cold Matter, working in the Quantum Optics & Laser Science Group in the Department of Physics. The Centre for Cold Matter is a world class research centre specializing in tabletop tests of fundamental physics, quantum science with ultracold molecules, quantum nanophotonics using organic molecules, and atom interferometry. We seek a candidate who can consolidate and expand one or more of...
Job listing information
- Reference NAT00984
- Date posted 16 August 2021
- Closing date 26 September 2021
Applications are invited for a Lecturer in the Centre for Cold Matter, working in the Quantum Optics & Laser Science Group in the Department of Physics. The Centre for Cold Matter is a world class research centre specializing in tabletop tests of fundamental physics, quantum science with ultracold molecules, quantum nanophotonics using organic molecules, and atom interferometry. We seek a candidate who can consolidate and expand one or more of these areas. The appointee is expected to become a leader in their field and to strengthen our academic mission to deliver excellent scholarship, education and research.
Duties and responsibilities
The successful candidate will:
- Develop and lead an innovative research programme of international quality
- Teach and examine students at all levels including lecturing undergraduate and postgraduate courses, supervising research and PhD students, providing pastoral support and contributing to curriculum development work
- Act as a coach and role model through excellent practice and mentoring of colleagues
- Contribute to the promotion of equality, diversity and inclusivity in Physics
- Undertake appropriate administrative tasks in support of the Department’s activities
The essential criteria for this post are:
- A PhD in Atomic, Molecular & Optical physics or equivalent
- Expertise in tests of fundamental physics with cold atoms or molecules and/or quantum science with cold atoms or molecules, with an established national reputation and developing international reputation
- Evidence of contribution to the development and performance of colleagues through coaching or mentoring
- Experience of preparing or helping to prepare grant applications for submission
- An outstanding record of research publications recognized as nationally leading and internationally excellent (commensurate with career stage)
- Experience of training undergraduate and / or postgraduate students
- Experience of supervision of higher degrees (PhD)
- Evidence of contribution to the promotion of equality, diversity and inclusivity
- Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to convey ideas and concepts clearly and effectively to a range of audiences through a variety of methods and media.
The post is available immediately and the starting date will be by negotiation.
Applications can be made online via our website. Please go to www.imperial.ac.uk/jobs and search for NAT00984.
Closing date: 26 September 2021
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