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We are looking for a Senior lecturer in conservation with specialisation in conservation science

News: Mar 20, 2018

The position includes planning and implementation of research and methodological development in conservation science, focusing on material and degradation studies using natural science methods.

The research work involves developing own research relevant to the department’s education and research activities, and will largely be based on the ability to obtain external research funding. The tasks includes, in particular, work with FTIR, GC-MS, ICP-MS, XRD, Raman, XRF, μfading, multi / hyperspectral techniques and SEM-EDX, where collaboration nationally and internationally for establishing research infrastructure for heritage science is significant.

The assignments also include teaching and supervision in the methods mentioned above, as well as planning courses, course responsibility and course development on both basic (graduate) and advanced (master) levels. Guidance and supervision of students in their graduation thesis works are also included. Teaching in postgraduate education and the department’s other programs and courses, as well as laboratory activities and other duties at the department may occur.

The work also involves developing consultancy-based activities in material and degradation studies to support the needs of the practitioners, both nationally and internationally.

In addition to thorough knowledge and long experience in conservation science, the position places great demands on planning and collaboration skills, social skills, flexibility and creativity.

The applicant is expected to be able to teach in Swedish in two years. The university offers courses in Swedish as a second language.

Applicants without university-level teacher training should participate in pedagogy courses for higher education within two years of hiring.

Read more about the vacancie and how to aply here!


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