Lectureships in Mathematics

open until filled
Natural Sciences, Physics, Mathematics
University of Hull
Hull, United Kingdom
£35,326 to £40,927 per annum Fixed Term / 2 years GBP

Please note previous applicants of this vacancy need not apply

The Department of Physics and Mathematics at the University of Hull is seeking applications for two Fixed-Term Lectureships (Assistant Professor), each of (initially) 2 years duration, to aid in the ongoing development of its new Applied Mathematics provision, as well as the delivery of its existing Pure Mathematics offerings. You will have a teaching or research background in areas potentially including, but not limited to, statistics, pure maths, mathematical modelling, data science, numerical analysis, and/or high performance computing. These positions will provide unique career development opportunities, allowing you to establish a world-leading teaching portfolio within a collegial and supportive environment, and contribute as a builder to our newly proposed Centre for Mathematical Sciences.

The Department of Physics and Mathematics was established in August 2012 to further develop physics as a leading STEM subject and to re-introduce the teaching of mathematics at the University of Hull. Our vision is to deliver world-leading research and to provide a transformative learning experience for our students. The University of Hull is investing extensively in facilities and recruiting the world’s finest academic staff to build leading-edge research capacity.

To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Brad Gibson (Head of Department) at

At Hull we are committed to equality of opportunity, diversity and inclusion at every level, because we believe a diverse workforce brings broader expertise, improved innovation and greater success for all.

Please note that we are unable to respond to enquiries, accept CVs or applications from Recruitment Agencies.

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