Professor (Physical Geography) – University of St. Andrews

Professor in Environmental Change (Physical Geography) – SB1851

School of Geography & Geosciences, Department of Geography & Sustainable Development, Salary: Negotiable, Start: Negotiable (as soon as possible but not later than January 2016)

Expertise in biogeography or other areas of environmental geography is sought, but other specialisms in physical geography that complement our existing research profile will also be considered. In a Department that takes pride in its research-led teaching, you will also join the team delivering our top-rated programmes in Geography and Sustainable Development.

Informal enquiries are very welcome, and may be made to Prof Colin Hunter (Head of Department/co-Head of School;; Dr William Austin ( or Dr Charles Warren (  See for further information on staff research interests and recent publications.

The successful candidate will be expected to start as soon as possible and not later than January 2016.

Applications are particularly welcome from women who are under-represented in this field at the University.  You can find out more about Equality & Diversity at

The University of St Andrews is committed to promoting equality of opportunity for all, which is further demonstrated through its working on the Gender and Race Equality Charters and being awarded the Athena SWAN award for women in science, HR Excellence in Research Award and the LGBT Charter;

Interview Date:  12 June 2015

Please quote ref:  SB1851

Closing Date:  11 May 2015

Further Particulars:  SB1851AC FPs.pdf

School of Geography & Geosciences
Department of Geography & Sustainable Development
Salary: Negotiable
Start: Negotiable (as soon as possible but not later than January 2016)


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