Protocol are currently recruiting for an experienced Quantity Surveying Lecturer to work within a University.
You will be joining our client's staff team in the Built Environment subject area, providing high quality learning and teaching in Quantity Surveying across all levels of Higher Education.
Your activities in the position will be highly-student focussed, therefore it is expected that you will demonstrate enthusiasm for teaching and cooperate wholeheartedly with other staff in the School in their activities.
It is essential that you possess the ability to be able to work flexibly within a team environment, as well as a proven familiarity with recent developments in one of the areas within construction management.
You should also have full RICS membership and a PhD qualification in Quantity Surveying, Construction Management, or other related areas.
If you are interested in this position, please apply with an up to date CV or email if you would like more information.
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The legal bit:
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