Lecturer (Isotope Geochemistry) – Cardiff University

As part of an on-going programme of investment and development, the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Cardiff University is seeking to appoint a lecturer in Isotope Geochemistry. The successful applicant will play a central role in the development of the School’s new facility for high precision measurement of isotopic ratios. You will therefore have experience in developing applications of isotope geochemistry within the fields of Earth and Ocean Sciences. Current areas of research interest include solid earth dynamics, natural resource exploration, palaeoclimate and climate systems, earth surface processes and biogeochemical cycling. You will join our lively and dynamic School which is internationally recognised for its research and teaching. You will have an excellent academic research record, including peer-reviewed quality publications and the proven ability to secure funding to support your research and ensure its impact beyond academia. You will be able to demonstrate clear potential to complement existing research in the school and to develop innovative research in isotope geochemistry. A strong commitment to teaching, including practical classes and fieldwork, at all levels is also essential.

The post is available immediately.

For informal enquiries, please contact Professor Ian Hall, Head of School, email: Hall@cardiff.ac.uk

Salary: £31,342 – £37,394 per annum

To work for an employer that values and promotes equality of opportunity, visit www.cardiff.ac.uk/jobs, search for vacancy number 3470BR and apply online.

Closing date: 31 July 2015 


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