Lecturer in Flood Hazard and Risk
Building on its research strengths in flood hazard, risk and resilience, the University of Hull is seeking a Lecturer in Flood Hazard and Risk with expertise in flooding and its management, the challenges of ‘Living with Water’ and broad expertise in flood resilience. The successful candidate will champion our new Masters level teaching programme in Flood Risk Management and take responsibility for developing our programmes to meet the needs of a flood resilient society. The Lecturer will be based within the Energy and Environment Institute, which is an internationally-leading centre for research into the interfaces between energy and environmental resilience; focusing on global sustainability and delivering research that makes a difference. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, talented, with a passion for both research and research-led teaching, have a desire to work collaboratively across the University, and beyond with external partners, and have a strong trajectory and development commitment to be a world leader in their academic field.
For further information about the Energy and Environment Institute, visit:
and to find out our plans for ambitions for Ark, the National Flood Resilience Centre:
Interviews are expected to be held from week commencing 27th July 2020. Shortlisted candidates will be required to deliver a presentation as part of the interview process.
For an informal discussion about these roles, please contact Dr Stuart McLelland ( / 07590 689665) or Prof. Dan Parsons ( / 07914841066).
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.