We’re interested in early-career academics who can deliver world-leading research and teaching, and become the inspiring leaders of the future.
Applicants should have a high academic standing, a growing reputation in research, and the specialist knowledge needed to develop exemplary
research programmes and methodologies.
We recognise that as an early-career academic, it can be challenging to get the dedicated time and resource to gain research independence. We
seek to bridge this gap by providing awards for outstanding researchers – the brightest future leaders. Applications are open to any subject area, including all aspects of Cryosphere, please liaise with a senior member of staff within your area of expertise.
• a highly competitive salary
• generous research and travel expenses
• access to world-leading facilities
• mentorship from a senior University of Manchester academic
• participation in our New Academics Programme
• outstanding networking, learning and development opportunities
We will also provide a vibrant and inspiring environment for you to pursue your research and teaching career. Successful candidates will benefit
from the innovation and collaboration that Manchester’s success has been built on. What’s more, our resources and mentorship will enhance your competitiveness for external awards.
The closing date for applications is Tuesday, 3 April.
Presidential Academic Fellowship (Faculty of Science and Engineering and Faculty of Humanities)
The Presidential Academic Fellowship offers a salary of £39,992–£49,149, plus £3,500 to £5,000 per annum for research support costs and access
to key technology platforms. Following a four-year probationary period, and subject to satisfactory performance, you will then transfer to an appropriate academic contract.
Dr Mads Huuse
Professor of Geophysics
Head of Basins and Petroleum Geoscience Research
School of Earth and Environmental Sciences (SEES)
University of Manchester
Williamson Building, Oxford Road
Manchester M13 9PL