Professor of Naval Architecture is responsible for:
  1. Developing and delivery of academic courses at post-graduate level that meet the needs of the MoD, UCL and other customers and are accredited by appropriate professional bodies.
  2. Directing the post-MSc course in submarine design and specific lecturing on Submarine Design and Acquisition.
  3. Support to MTEC and UCL’s engineering undergraduate courses.
  4. Lead areas of research and development into the challenges facing the maritime sector.
  5. Supervise undergraduate and master’s level design and research projects.
  6. Act as personal tutor to engineering undergraduate students and act as a supervisor for PhD research students.
  7. Being an External Examiner for other university courses and establishing student evaluation methods and procedures.
  8. Undertaking or managing contract work, including overseas teaching contracts.
  9. General administration of MoD and foreign government students.
  10. Provision of computing facilities and software as required to support ship and submarine design courses.
  11. Supporting DE&S in the delivery of high calibre naval architects, including liaison with industry, academia and professional bodies.
At minimum, the candidate must hold an MSc in Naval Architecture or be able to demonstrate successful work experience of an equivalent academic content. The ideal candidate will also have a PhD in a relevant marine engineering discipline, though this is not essential. Candidates must be a Chartered Engineer or equivalent recognition from a recognised professional assurance body. Likewise, s/he would be expected to be a Senior Member / Fellow of an appropriate professional institution such as RINA or SNAME, and have senior experience of major projects.

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