Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Plant Sciences

University of Stirling

United Kingdom

September 25, 2022

Description

Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Plant Sciences Apply Post Details

Full time, Open ended

The closing date for applications is midnight on Sunday 25 September 2022 Interviews are expected to take place on Tuesday 11 October 2022

There is an expectation that work will be undertaken in the UK

For the purposes of sponsorship, this is a postdoctoral role under SOC code 2311

The University of Stirling recognises that a diverse workforce benefits and enriches the work, learning and research experiences of the entire campus and greater community. We are committed to removing barriers and welcome applications from those who would contribute to further diversification of our staff and ensure that equality, diversity and inclusion is woven into the substance of the role. We strongly encourage applications from people from diverse backgrounds including gender, identity, race, age, class, and ethnicity

The Post

Applications are invited for a Plant Scientist (Teaching and Research) within the division of Biological & Environmental Sciences (BES). The successful candidate will be a plant ecophysiologist, community ecologist or vegetation scientist and could be working at biological levels of organisation ranging from cell and molecular through to whole organism/system. The post holder will drive forward our research in understanding plant-environment interactions, potentially with an emphasis on global environmental change, evolutionary adaptations to change, ecosystem restoration, or intersections between these themes. This appointment is expected to complement our existing expertise in this area, exploit newly emerging research areas and novel technical approaches, as well as to facilitate linkages between plant sciences and other research interests both in BES and elsewhere in the Faculty. Areas of teaching to be delivered include plant ecology (both structural and functional aspects) and physiology and relevant field and laboratory skills. An ability to place plants into broader environmental context (e.g. watershed/catchment ecosystems through to biosphere and Earth System), both in research and teaching, would be desirable.

The successful candidate will be expected to undertake internationally excellent research, high quality research-led teaching, appropriate administration and other activities in Biological and Environmental Sciences, integrating with activities across the Faculty of Natural Sciences.

For informal enquiries about the post, please contact Professor Kirsty Park, Head of Biological & Environmental Sciences k.j.park@stir.ac.uk

Description of Duties

Senior Lecturer

  • Engage in individual and collaborative research of international standard, which aligns to the strategic direction of the University, establish a distinctive programme of research and disseminate results through regular publication in high impact journals, books and conference proceedings
  • Identify appropriate sources of funding, prepare research proposals for funding bodies and manage grants awarded
  • Supervise research students as required, providing direction, support and guidance
  • Lead on, or contribute to the leadership within, the subject area on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes
  • Design, teach and assess a range of teaching and learning, supervision and assessment activities across undergraduate and postgraduate programmes including online/digital programmes where required
  • Contribute to curriculum review and enhancement, in a manner that supports a research-led approach to student learning
  • Develop and apply effective and appropriate teaching and learning techniques and material, which create interest, understanding and enthusiasm amongst students
  • Mentor, support and advise colleagues, as appropriate, to assist in their academic career development in teaching and learning and research
  • Participate in the Faculty's international engagement activities e.g. delivery of teaching, contribution to joint programmes and recruitment of students
  • Lead, participate in, and develop networks and collaborations both internally and externally to the Division/Faculty/University
  • Carry out administrative processes of the Division/Faculty/University including committee membership, quality assurance procedures and recruitment and admission of students
  • Any other duties, commensurate with the grade of the post
  • Associate Professor

  • Contribute to the strategic research leadership of the Faculty and to mentor, support and encourage the research and scholarship activities of colleagues within the Faculty
  • Conduct, publish and otherwise disseminate outstanding research of international standing and engage in activities to support the impact of research
  • Enhance the Faculty's research culture by securing, in collaboration with colleagues as appropriate, external funding through research grants or contracts
  • Manage research and knowledge exchange projects within the University, including their financial control, and supervise researchers, research students, and other staff engaged in such projects
  • Contribute fully to the research and knowledge exchange plans developed by Faculty, including providing such information as may be required to monitor the progress of each member of staff's research programme
  • Contribute to the strategic leadership of the Faculty teaching programmes, promote excellence in teaching and learning and encourage the application of effective teaching and learning methodologies
  • Design and deliver a range of teaching and learning, supervision and assessment activities across undergraduate, postgraduate including online/digital programmes where required
  • Contribute to curriculum review and enhancement, in a manner that supports a research-led approach to student learning
  • Mentor, support and advise colleagues, as appropriate, to assist in their academic career development in teaching and learning, and research
  • Lead, participate in, and develop networks and collaborations both internally and externally, at local, national or international level, to strengthen external professional and research links, which enhance the reputation of the Faculty and University
  • Lead in the effective administration of specific areas of activity within the Division/Faculty/University to help shape the future strategy in conjunction with other senior staff
  • Essential Criteria

    Senior Lecturer

    Qualifications

  • PhD in relevant discipline
  • Knowledge, Skills & Experience

  • Established track record of high quality published research
  • Evidence of success in attracting research grants/external funding and delivering on externally funded research projects
  • Experience of supervising dissertation projects across the range of undergraduate/ postgraduate and of supervising doctoral students
  • Experience of providing high quality teaching across a range of programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level preferably including online/digital programmes
  • Proven experience of programme leadership including experience of designing and delivering course modules
  • Experience of providing academic leadership and of successful co- ordination, support, supervision, management and/or mentoring of others
  • Evidence or knowledge to support international activities
  • Associate Professor

    Qualifications

  • PhD in relevant discipline
  • Higher Education teaching qualification or equivalent
  • Knowledge, Skills & Experience

  • A track record of publication in peer-reviewed journals to levels of outstanding international excellence and a strong REF profile
  • A record of securing research grants / external funding and delivering on research projects
  • A significant record of attracting and supervising research students
  • Experience of delivering high quality, inspirational and motivational teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels preferably including online/digital programmes
  • Extensive knowledge of issues and challenges facing universities in such areas as curriculum design, course assessment, quality assurance, enhanced student experience and unregulated income generation
  • Demonstrated academic leadership in research and teaching and learning
  • Evidence of developing internal and external networks with the ability to instigate activity
  • Desirable Criteria

    Senior Lecturer

    Qualifications

  • Higher Education teaching qualification or equivalent
  • Hold Fellowship or Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (HEA)
  • Knowledge, Skills & Experience

  • Evidence of collaborative research with other institutions and interdisciplinary work
  • Demonstrates a thorough understanding of effective approaches to teaching and learning support as a key contribution to high quality student learning
  • Evidence of knowledge of the Higher Education context and regulatory framework
  • Associate Professor

    Knowledge, Skills & Experience

  • Experience of undertaking a senior academic management role within the Faculty
  • Behaviours and Competencies

    The role holder will be required to evidence that they can meet the qualities associated with the following behavioural competencies, as detailed within the AUA Competency Framework.

  • Managing self and personal skills Being aware of your own behaviour and mindful of how it impacts on others, enhancing personal skills to adapt professional practice accordingly.

  • Delivering excellent service Providing the best quality service to external and internal clients. Building genuine and open long-term relationships in order to drive up service standards.

  • Finding solutions Taking a holistic view and working enthusiastically to analyse problems and to develop workable solutions. Identifying opportunities for innovation.

  • Embracing change Being open to and engaging with new ideas and ways of working. Adjusting to unfamiliar situations, shifting demands and changing roles.

  • Using resources effectively Identifying and making the most productive use of resources including people, time, information, networks and budgets.

  • Engaging with the wider context Enhancing your contribution to the organisation through an understanding of the bigger picture and showing commitment to organisational values.

  • Developing self and others Showing commitment to own ongoing professional development. Supporting and encouraging others to develop their professional knowledge, skills and behaviours to enable them to reach their full potential.

  • Working together Working collaboratively with others in order to achieve objectives. Recognising and valuing the different contributions people bring to this process.

  • Achieving Results Consistently meeting agreed objectives and success criteria. Taking personal responsibility for getting things done.

  • About Us

    The Faculty of Natural Sciences (FNS) encompasses the Divisions of Biological and Environmental Sciences, Computing Science and Mathematics, Psychology and the Institute of Aquaculture. FNS is a distinctive academic arena where new fundamental understandings of the complex and challenging inter-relationships between human behaviours, technologies, biological and environmental systems are created, explored and tested. The most recent national assessment of research - REF2021 -confirmed that 80% of our research is classed as world leading and internationally excellent. It is supported through UK Research Councils, European Union and a range of research charities We work with businesses and public service organisations both at home and overseas to achieve direct and positive outcomes for society across a range of critical problems. Substantial investment aligned with the City, Region, and Growth deals is supporting major new infrastructure developments linked to the Faculty including Scotland's International Environment Centre and the National Aquaculture Technology and Innovation Hub.

    Biological and Environmental Sciences (BES) Our research interests are broad, ranging from conservation and evolutionary ecology to environmental processes including carbon and nutrient cycling, aquatic and catchment sciences, landscape and forest ecology, evolutionary biology, environment and human health, energy and environmental sustainability. Research activities are led by principal investigators who seek to understand the fundamental processes driving the evolution and maintenance of the natural environment and its interactions with human populations. We develop and exploit a range of technologies from Earth observation through to molecular techniques to understand how environments function and ecosystems are impacted from local to global scales and over annual to millennial timescales. Our research and impacts are found in all continents of the world and position us as a leading institution in Environmental Protection and Biological Conservation. In REF2021 all 100% of our research was rated as having either outstanding or very considerable impact.

    The University

    The University of Stirling is committed to providing education with a purpose and carrying out research which has a positive impact on communities across the globe – addressing real issues, providing solutions and helping to shape society. Stirling is 4th in Scotland and 43rd in the UK for research impact, with 87% of its research having an outstanding or very considerable impact on society – and more than 80% rated either world leading or internationally excellent (Research Excellence Framework 2021). Interdisciplinary in its approach, Stirling's research informs its teaching curriculum and facilitates opportunities for knowledge exchange and collaboration between staff, students, industry partners and the wider community.

    The University of Stirling is ranked among the top 30 UK universities for student satisfaction (National Student Survey) and top 10 in the UK for postgraduate student experience (Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey), and has an overall five-star rating in the QS Stars University Ratings.

    More than 17,000 students study with the University of Stirling globally, with over 120 nationalities represented on its scenic central Scotland campus alone. The campus – also home to 1,700 staff – has its own loch and castle, and a recent multi-million-pound redevelopment has delivered modern, flexible, and digitally connected study and social spaces at the heart of campus, including enhanced student support and retail and catering outlets.

    The University has twice been recognised with a Queen's Anniversary Prize – the first for its Institute for Social Marketing and Health (2014) and the second for its Institute of Aquaculture (2019). Stirling is Scotland's University for Sporting Excellence and its recently redeveloped world-class facilities provide the perfect training environment for the University's sports scholars – many of whom compete at the highest level, including at the Olympics and Commonwealth Games – and for students, staff, and the wider community.

    As a signatory to the £214 million Stirling and Clackmannanshire City Region Deal, the University is driving productivity and inclusive growth across the Forth Valley, and beyond. Through pioneering collaborative solutions to global challenges, researchers are putting innovation, skills, and partnership at the heart of a sustainable economic recovery. www. stir.ac.uk @stiruni

    Job number

    FAC01616

    Contract Type

    Open Ended

    Closing date

    25-Sep-2022

    Location:

    Stirling Campus

    Grade

    Grade9 £53,353-£61,823 p.a.

    Faculty/Service

    Faculty of Natural Sciences Post Details

    Full time, Open ended

    The closing date for applications is midnight on Sunday 25 September 2022 Interviews are expected to take place on Tuesday 11 October 2022

    There is an expectation that work will be undertaken in the UK

    For the purposes of sponsorship, this is a postdoctoral role under SOC code 2311

    The University of Stirling recognises that a diverse workforce benefits and enriches the work, learning and research experiences of the entire campus and greater community. We are committed to removing barriers and welcome applications from those who would contribute to further diversification of our staff and ensure that equality, diversity and inclusion is woven into the substance of the role. We strongly encourage applications from people from diverse backgrounds including gender, identity, race, age, class, and ethnicity

    The Post

    Applications are invited for a Plant Scientist (Teaching and Research) within the division of Biological & Environmental Sciences (BES). The successful candidate will be a plant ecophysiologist, community ecologist or vegetation scientist and could be working at biological levels of organisation ranging from cell and molecular through to whole organism/system. The post holder will drive forward our research in understanding plant-environment interactions, potentially with an emphasis on global environmental change, evolutionary adaptations to change, ecosystem restoration, or intersections between these themes. This appointment is expected to complement our existing expertise in this area, exploit newly emerging research areas and novel technical approaches, as well as to facilitate linkages between plant sciences and other research interests both in BES and elsewhere in the Faculty. Areas of teaching to be delivered include plant ecology (both structural and functional aspects) and physiology and relevant field and laboratory skills. An ability to place plants into broader environmental context (e.g. watershed/catchment ecosystems through to biosphere and Earth System), both in research and teaching, would be desirable.

    The successful candidate will be expected to undertake internationally excellent research, high quality research-led teaching, appropriate administration and other activities in Biological and Environmental Sciences, integrating with activities across the Faculty of Natural Sciences.

    For informal enquiries about the post, please contact Professor Kirsty Park, Head of Biological & Environmental Sciences k.j.park@stir.ac.uk

    Description of Duties

    Senior Lecturer

  • Engage in individual and collaborative research of international standard, which aligns to the strategic direction of the University, establish a distinctive programme of research and disseminate results through regular publication in high impact journals, books and conference proceedings
  • Identify appropriate sources of funding, prepare research proposals for funding bodies and manage grants awarded
  • Supervise research students as required, providing direction, support and guidance
  • Lead on, or contribute to the leadership within, the subject area on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes
  • Design, teach and assess a range of teaching and learning, supervision and assessment activities across undergraduate and postgraduate programmes including online/digital programmes where required
  • Contribute to curriculum review and enhancement, in a manner that supports a research-led approach to student learning
  • Develop and apply effective and appropriate teaching and learning techniques and material, which create interest, understanding and enthusiasm amongst students
  • Mentor, support and advise colleagues, as appropriate, to assist in their academic career development in teaching and learning and research
  • Participate in the Faculty's international engagement activities e.g. delivery of teaching, contribution to joint programmes and recruitment of students
  • Lead, participate in, and develop networks and collaborations both internally and externally to the Division/Faculty/University
  • Carry out administrative processes of the Division/Faculty/University including committee membership, quality assurance procedures and recruitment and admission of students
  • Any other duties, commensurate with the grade of the post
  • Associate Professor

  • Contribute to the strategic research leadership of the Faculty and to mentor, support and encourage the research and scholarship activities of colleagues within the Faculty
  • Conduct, publish and otherwise disseminate outstanding research of international standing and engage in activities to support the impact of research
  • Enhance the Faculty's research culture by securing, in collaboration with colleagues as appropriate, external funding through research grants or contracts
  • Manage research and knowledge exchange projects within the University, including their financial control, and supervise researchers, research students, and other staff engaged in such projects
  • Contribute fully to the research and knowledge exchange plans developed by Faculty, including providing such information as may be required to monitor the progress of each member of staff's research programme
  • Contribute to the strategic leadership of the Faculty teaching programmes, promote excellence in teaching and learning and encourage the application of effective teaching and learning methodologies
  • Design and deliver a range of teaching and learning, supervision and assessment activities across undergraduate, postgraduate including online/digital programmes where required
  • Contribute to curriculum review and enhancement, in a manner that supports a research-led approach to student learning
  • Mentor, support and advise colleagues, as appropriate, to assist in their academic career development in teaching and learning, and research
  • Lead, participate in, and develop networks and collaborations both internally and externally, at local, national or international level, to strengthen external professional and research links, which enhance the reputation of the Faculty and University
  • Lead in the effective administration of specific areas of activity within the Division/Faculty/University to help shape the future strategy in conjunction with other senior staff
  • Essential Criteria

    Senior Lecturer

    Qualifications

  • PhD in relevant discipline
  • Knowledge, Skills & Experience

  • Established track record of high quality published research
  • Evidence of success in attracting research grants/external funding and delivering on externally funded research projects
  • Experience of supervising dissertation projects across the range of undergraduate/ postgraduate and of supervising doctoral students
  • Experience of providing high quality teaching across a range of programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level preferably including online/digital programmes
  • Proven experience of programme leadership including experience of designing and delivering course modules
  • Experience of providing academic leadership and of successful co- ordination, support, supervision, management and/or mentoring of others
  • Evidence or knowledge to support international activities
  • Associate Professor

    Qualifications

  • PhD in relevant discipline
  • Higher Education teaching qualification or equivalent
  • Knowledge, Skills & Experience

  • A track record of publication in peer-reviewed journals to levels of outstanding international excellence and a strong REF profile
  • A record of securing research grants / external funding and delivering on research projects
  • A significant record of attracting and supervising research students
  • Experience of delivering high quality, inspirational and motivational teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels preferably including online/digital programmes
  • Extensive knowledge of issues and challenges facing universities in such areas as curriculum design, course assessment, quality assurance, enhanced student experience and unregulated income generation
  • Demonstrated academic leadership in research and teaching and learning
  • Evidence of developing internal and external networks with the ability to instigate activity
  • Desirable Criteria

    Senior Lecturer

    Qualifications

  • Higher Education teaching qualification or equivalent
  • Hold Fellowship or Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (HEA)
  • Knowledge, Skills & Experience

  • Evidence of collaborative research with other institutions and interdisciplinary work
  • Demonstrates a thorough understanding of effective approaches to teaching and learning support as a key contribution to high quality student learning
  • Evidence of knowledge of the Higher Education context and regulatory framework
  • Associate Professor

    Knowledge, Skills & Experience

  • Experience of undertaking a senior academic management role within the Faculty
  • Behaviours and Competencies

    The role holder will be required to evidence that they can meet the qualities associated with the following behavioural competencies, as detailed within the AUA Competency Framework.

  • Managing self and personal skills Being aware of your own behaviour and mindful of how it impacts on others, enhancing personal skills to adapt professional practice accordingly.

  • Delivering excellent service Providing the best quality service to external and internal clients. Building genuine and open long-term relationships in order to drive up service standards.

  • Finding solutions Taking a holistic view and working enthusiastically to analyse problems and to develop workable solutions. Identifying opportunities for innovation.

  • Embracing change Being open to and engaging with new ideas and ways of working. Adjusting to unfamiliar situations, shifting demands and changing roles.

  • Using resources effectively Identifying and making the most productive use of resources including people, time, information, networks and budgets.

  • Engaging with the wider context Enhancing your contribution to the organisation through an understanding of the bigger picture and showing commitment to organisational values.

  • Developing self and others Showing commitment to own ongoing professional development. Supporting and encouraging others to develop their professional knowledge, skills and behaviours to enable them to reach their full potential.

  • Working together Working collaboratively with others in order to achieve objectives. Recognising and valuing the different contributions people bring to this process.

  • Achieving Results Consistently meeting agreed objectives and success criteria. Taking personal responsibility for getting things done.

  • About Us

    The Faculty of Natural Sciences (FNS) encompasses the Divisions of Biological and Environmental Sciences, Computing Science and Mathematics, Psychology and the Institute of Aquaculture. FNS is a distinctive academic arena where new fundamental understandings of the complex and challenging inter-relationships between human behaviours, technologies, biological and environmental systems are created, explored and tested. The most recent national assessment of research - REF2021 -confirmed that 80% of our research is classed as world leading and internationally excellent. It is supported through UK Research Councils, European Union and a range of research charities We work with businesses and public service organisations both at home and overseas to achieve direct and positive outcomes for society across a range of critical problems. Substantial investment aligned with the City, Region, and Growth deals is supporting major new infrastructure developments linked to the Faculty including Scotland's International Environment Centre and the National Aquaculture Technology and Innovation Hub.

    Biological and Environmental Sciences (BES) Our research interests are broad, ranging from conservation and evolutionary ecology to environmental processes including carbon and nutrient cycling, aquatic and catchment sciences, landscape and forest ecology, evolutionary biology, environment and human health, energy and environmental sustainability. Research activities are led by principal investigators who seek to understand the fundamental processes driving the evolution and maintenance of the natural environment and its interactions with human populations. We develop and exploit a range of technologies from Earth observation through to molecular techniques to understand how environments function and ecosystems are impacted from local to global scales and over annual to millennial timescales. Our research and impacts are found in all continents of the world and position us as a leading institution in Environmental Protection and Biological Conservation. In REF2021 all 100% of our research was rated as having either outstanding or very considerable impact.

    The University

    The University of Stirling is committed to providing education with a purpose and carrying out research which has a positive impact on communities across the globe – addressing real issues, providing solutions and helping to shape society. Stirling is 4th in Scotland and 43rd in the UK for research impact, with 87% of its research having an outstanding or very considerable impact on society – and more than 80% rated either world leading or internationally excellent (Research Excellence Framework 2021). Interdisciplinary in its approach, Stirling's research informs its teaching curriculum and facilitates opportunities for knowledge exchange and collaboration between staff, students, industry partners and the wider community.

    The University of Stirling is ranked among the top 30 UK universities for student satisfaction (National Student Survey) and top 10 in the UK for postgraduate student experience (Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey), and has an overall five-star rating in the QS Stars University Ratings.

    More than 17,000 students study with the University of Stirling globally, with over 120 nationalities represented on its scenic central Scotland campus alone. The campus – also home to 1,700 staff – has its own loch and castle, and a recent multi-million-pound redevelopment has delivered modern, flexible, and digitally connected study and social spaces at the heart of campus, including enhanced student support and retail and catering outlets.

    The University has twice been recognised with a Queen's Anniversary Prize – the first for its Institute for Social Marketing and Health (2014) and the second for its Institute of Aquaculture (2019). Stirling is Scotland's University for Sporting Excellence and its recently redeveloped world-class facilities provide the perfect training environment for the University's sports scholars – many of whom compete at the highest level, including at the Olympics and Commonwealth Games – and for students, staff, and the wider community.

    As a signatory to the £214 million Stirling and Clackmannanshire City Region Deal, the University is driving productivity and inclusive growth across the Forth Valley, and beyond. Through pioneering collaborative solutions to global challenges, researchers are putting innovation, skills, and partnership at the heart of a sustainable economic recovery. www. stir.ac.uk @stiruni

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