University of Strathclyde

Strathclyde Chancellor’s Fellow in Healthy Net Zero Buildings (Lecturer/Senior Lecturer) 509961

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Location: Glasgow, UK

Salary: £39,592 - £63,059*

Hours: Full-time (flexible working considered)

Contract type: Open-ended 

Placed on: Wednesday 15 March 2023

Closes: Wednesday 12 April 2023 

Salary Range: Lecturer: £39,592 - £54,421                   Senior Lecturer: £56,048 - £63,059

Who we are

Great minds. Innovative solutions. 

We are the University of Strathclyde. Our vision is innovative and groundbreaking, placing us amongst the world’s leading international technological universities. We are vibrant, dynamic and passionate about solving the challenges facing society and industry through our cutting-edge, multi-disciplinary research, education and knowledge-exchange with global partners. 

We are seeking to appoint extraordinary early career academics who complement our strategic themes. 

For more information visit the Strathclyde Global Talent Programme Website: or email

Our department

Decarbonisation of the built environment continues to pose complex interdependent challenges. There remain significant cross disciplinary challenges in the design and use of low energy buildings to optimise flexibility of demand, support electrification, whilst at the same time meeting the comfort and health needs of occupants and users. We are looking for an early career researcher who is interested in developing a portfolio of research in this area, and who is also able to use this knowledge to inform teaching and practice. We are particularly interested in candidates who have expertise in using computational methods in this context.

This role could be a joint appointment between the department of mechanical and aerospace engineering and architecture.

The opportunity

We would love to hear from you if you have a PhD and postdoctoral research experience; an emerging publication history in high quality academic journals; and research interests which align with this area of strategic priority – particularly if you already hold an external fellowship that can be transferred to us.

The University of Strathclyde is a socially progressive institution that strives to ensure equality of opportunity and celebrates the diversity of its student and staff community. Strathclyde is people-oriented and collaborative, offering a supportive and flexible working culture with a deep commitment to our equality, diversity and inclusion charters, initiatives, groups and networks. 

We strongly encourage applications from Black, Asian and minority ethnicity, women, LGBT+, and disabled candidates and candidates from lower socio-economic groups and care-experienced backgrounds.

You’ll be rewarded with:

  • Growth of your researchportfolio
  • Reduced teaching load and limited administrative duties over the initial years of your Fellowship
  • Support through our academic career development framework to gain feedback on your performance, meet y our training needs and enhance your effectiveness – allowing you to be ready for promotion within 5-years of your appointment
  • Mentoring, to help you establish a balance of research, teaching, knowledge exchange and citizenship responsibilities while enhancing your leadership qualities to support your long-term career.

* Your Fellowship will normally be at lecturer level (exceptionally, at senior lecturer (Grade 9) (£56,048 - £63,059) where you have a strong track record in research leadership) for 5 years, with the expectation that you’ll meet our promotion criteria within that period and be transferred to senior lecturer (or, where you’ve been appointed as a senior lecturer, Reader) level.

For further details and to apply to be a ‘Strathclyder’ in Architecture/Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, impress us with your research plan here

Closing date: Wednesday 12 April 2023 

Job details

Strathclyde Chancellor’s Fellow in Healthy Net Zero Buildings (Lecturer/Senior Lecturer) 509961
16 Richmond Street Glasgow, United Kingdom
Application deadline
2023-04-12 23:59:59
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