Lectureship/Assistant Professor Positions (3 posts) in Exoplanets at Warwick University

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Current state: Approved and Notify DPS Secretary
Department: Physics
City: Warwick
Country: United Kingdom
Contact Person: Don Pollacco
Contact Email: [email protected]
Institution: University of Warwick
Application Due Date: Monday, November 21 2016
Web Link: http://bit.ly/2c05ibD

The Department of Physics at the University of Warwick, UK, seeks to appoint up to three academic posts in the area of Exoplanets.
Applicants will have a strong research track record and be ready to build their own research team with the support of colleagues at

Warwick has leading positions in the WASP and NGTS ground based transit experiments, membership of the ESA S mission CHEOPS board, and
the Science Coordination of ESA’s PLATO mission (the PLATO Science office is being established at Warwick). It is expected that the
successful candidates will take advantage of the opportunities presented by these experiments. One of these appointments could suit an
applicant with a theoretical background. Suitable areas could include planetary atmospheres and orbital dynamics.

In addition to the above posts, we invite applications from outstanding scientists who either already hold an externally funded Research
Fellowship or are seeking a top-class institution with which to apply for such a Fellowship within this research area.

You will have good communication skills and be willing to contribute to the teaching and administration of the Department. Assistant
Professor is a tenure track position leading to appointment as an Associate Professor after successful completion of probation. Teaching
and administration duties are reduced during the probationary period.

The University of Warwick maintains a global outlook and has affiliates around the globe. The Department of Physics will provide an
exciting and highly supportive environment in which academics can develop their careers. We are fully committed to equality of
opportunity and encourage application and enquiries from all suitably qualified candidates.

Further details available from    http://bit.ly/2c05ibD

Informal enquiries can be addressed to Professor Pollacco at the address below.