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Associate Lecturers - Department of Engineering and Design

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Bognor Regis

University of Chichester

Full Time

The University of Chichester has invested in new facilities and equipment to launch and deliver Engineering & Design and Creative Digital degree programmes at its Bognor Regis Campus. The new Tech Park opened in October 2018 and houses the departments of Engineering & Design and Creative Digital Technologies. Engineering & Design runs programmes in Mechanical Engineering; Electronic and Electrical Engineering; Sport Engineering and Product Design.

The department is seeking Associate Lecturers on fixed term contracts to assist in the development and delivery of these programmes for the academic year 2019 onwards. We are looking for additional skills in all areas of engineering and design but particularly welcome applicants with a knowledge and expertise in the following areas:

Mechanical Engineering

Statics & Dynamic Systems; Thermofluids; Instrumentation & Control Engineering; Manufacturing Systems and Processes

Electrical Engineering

Communications Engineering; Microelectronics & Embedded Systems; Instrumentation & Control Engineering;

Advanced Analogue & Radio Frequency Systems; Electrical Machines and Power Systems; Signal Processing and Image Processing.

Product Design

You are likely to be qualified to at least Masters Level in a relevant discipline and/or have relevant and equivalent industrial standing and experience with an in-depth understanding of engineering or design in one or more of the above areas. You will be required to develop and deliver high quality teaching and have the ability to enthuse and motivate students.

Further details about the department can be found on the University website

If you have the skills to contribute to any of the above areas, please send your cv to with the email subject ''Tech Park''.

Informal enquiries are welcomed by Professor Stuart Harmer on 01243 816068 or email

These positions will require a Disclosure and Barring Check (DBS) which will be undertaken by the University on appointment.