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Lecturer/ Assistant Professor in Coastal Dynamics University of Liverpool, UK

 Dear Colleagues,   Please see opportunity below,   Lecturer/ Assistant Professor in Coastal Dynamics - Grade 8   University of Liverpool   - Geography and Planning The Department of Geography and Planning is recruiting a Lecturer in Coastal Dynamics to contribute to teaching, research and impact.  Location: Liverpool, UK  Salary:£41,526 to £52,560 per annum Hours: Full Time Contract Type: Permanent   Closes: 22nd September 2021  For information on the post and application, see link below and associated attachments. Best Regards,   Nicoletta Leonardi
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