For almost 525 years, the University of Aberdeen has been ‘open to all and dedicated to the pursuit of truth in the service of others’. We are now recruiting over 60 academic positions - from Lecturers to Professors - to help us continue to fulfil this inspiring and compelling foundational purpose.

Located in Scotland, and associated with five Nobel Prizes, the University of Aberdeen is a broad based, research-intensive University with academic strengths that lie across several research areas including:

  • Energy
  • Environment
  • Health
  • Data & Artificial Intelligence
  • Humanities and Law

The University has been credited for its international reach, influence on national policy and its commercialisation of research ideas into spin out companies. In recognition of our world -leading and life changing research, we were awarded The Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education in 2018. 

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EAP Tutor (Online), External Relations and Marketing

The Language Centre plays a key role in supporting the University’s internationalisation strategy and as such welcomes students from all over the world. In 2019 we helped numerous students enter the University though our pathway programmes. Our pre-sessional courses are integral to that success. 

School/Section: External Relations and Marketing
Division: Language Centre
Staff Category: Teaching
Position Type: Part Time
Grade: Grade 5
Salary: £13.6212 plus £14 per hour market supplement
Ref No: EXT056A
Closing Date: 08-JUN-2020

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Research Assistant (Early Stage Researcher), Engineering

In 2016 serious concerns on the achievement of the EU Biodiversity Strategy 2020 targets, due to the continuing loss of biodiversity and degradation of aquatic habitats, led to the urgent adoption of a new Resolution for implementing ecosystem restoration measures. Moreover, on December 2018 the EU raised to 32% the binding renewable energy target for 2030, bringing further input to hydropower development. Meeting these targets sets challenging issues for mitigating the impacts of man-made structures in rivers that fragment habitats and prevent movement and migration of aquatic organisms. To address these challenges, the EU ETN Project ‘RIver flow regulation, fish BEhaviour and Status’ (RIBES) will train 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) in the interdisciplinary field of Ecohydraulics to find innovative solutions for freshwater fish protection and river continuity restoration in anthropogenically altered rivers. The 15 ESRs will carry out an innovative and integrated research programme within a multidisciplinary and intersectoral Network, including 8 leading European Universities, consultancy companies, public agencies and hydropower industry, encompassing experts in fish biology, river ecology, environmental fluid mechanics and hydraulic engineering. 

School/Section: Engineering
Division: Unspecified
Staff Category: Research
Position Type: Full Time
Grade: Competitive
Salary: £36,096 + monthly mobility allowance
Ref No: ENG153R
Closing Date: 09-JUN-2020

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Senior Clinical Lecturer (Scholarship), Medicine, Medical Sciences & Nutrition

This post represents an exciting opportunity to join a team of academic GPs in the highly rated School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition as part of the General Practice and Community Medical Education team based at the Foresterhill Campus.  

School/Section: Medicine, Medical Sciences & Nutrition
Division: Institute of Education for Medical & Dental Sciences
Staff Category: Academic
Position Type: Part Time
Grade: Competitive
Salary: n/a
Ref No: MED098A
Closing Date: 15-JUN-2020

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Research Fellow, Engineering

The National Decommissioning Centre (NDC) and Chevron Corporation have entered into a partnership that will fund a portfolio of research projects aiming to better quantify the environmental effects of decommissioning and provide guidance on the best options from an environmental perspective.The partnership is looking to recruit an enthusiastic research fellow with broad expertise in subsea engineering and marine sciences. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a 3-year research programme partnered by Chevron Corporation. The research programme is interdisciplinary, working across engineering and biological sciences to minimise detrimental effects of decommissioning activities and maximise opportunities to enhance the marine environment. The successful appointee will be working closely with Chevron personnel in the UK and internationally. 

School/Section: Engineering
Division: Unspecified
Staff Category: Research
Position Type: Full Time
Grade: Grade 6
Salary: £33,797 - £40,323
Ref No: ENG152R
Closing Date: 17-JUN-2020

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