University Teacher in Mathematics



Job description

Loughborough, United Kingdom

Department of Mathematical Sciences

The Department of Mathematical Sciences within the School of Science wishes to appoint a University Teacher to support the delivery of teaching and learning to undergraduate and postgraduate students. The successful candidate will have a PhD in Mathematics or Statistics. They will support students and deliver lectures, tutorials and other teaching activities, as well as supervise projects and take part in administrative activities. The role requires the ability to teach a broad variety of undergraduate courses in mathematics.

Mathematics at Loughborough has an excellent record of teaching. Graduating students are highly employable and highly satisfied with their teaching. The Department takes around 200 new UG and PG students per year.

Informal enquiries should be made to Professor Alexander Veselov, Head of Mathematical Sciences Department, by email [email protected] or by telephone on +44 (0)1509 222866.

How to apply

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Loughborough is a fantastic place to study and work, boasting unrivalled sporting achievement, internationally acclaimed research and outstanding teaching quality – attributes that helped us to secure the prestigious Sunday Times ‘2008/2009 University of the Year’ award.