Lecturer in Conservation Science
The School of Culture and Creative Arts, College of Arts at the University of Glasgow is seeking a Lecturer to conduct research, teaching and supervision in the fields of conservation/cultural heritage science and technical art history. You will be responsible for delivering the core science (e.g., preventive conservation, instrumental analysis, cleaning theory) which is part of the foundation of these disciplines. As well as developing research led teaching across the conservation and technical art history programmes. This post comes at an exciting time as the College has recently been awarded a substantial AHRC CapCo grant to upgrade a suite of analytical and technical examination instrumentation (including an Imaging-FTIR, Raman system and Micro-Fade Tester). This is a key post in which to conduct and promote international interdisciplinary research with an emphasis on working closely with our colleagues in art history and curatorial staff at The Hunterian as well as wider cultural heritage community. You will play a vital role in promoting the agenda of the School of Culture and Creative Arts and the College of Arts, in line with University, College and School strategic objectives.
Applications are welcome from candidates on either the Research & Teaching Track or the Learning, Teaching & Scholarship Track, please refer to the appropriate Job Description for more information.
For further details please contact Christina Young, Professor of Conservation & Technical Art History, Christina.firstname.lastname@example.org