Our Western Isles campuses, the main base at Stornoway and our three learning centres, are situated in some truly remarkable scenery. Not only does this mean that when you're not working there is plenty to see and do to explore the great outdoors, but if you need inspiration from your surroundings you only need step outside and let nature take your breath away.

To support our work we are recruiting to the following role:

Part-time Lecturer in Sustainable Rural Development

Salary range £35,657 – £43,683 including Islands Allowance (pro rata)
Working hours21 hours per week

Applications are invited for the above post located at our main campus in Stornoway.

The successful applicant will provide teaching and learning in a broad range of Sustainable Rural Development subject areas.  Applicants should be educated to Honours degree level in a relevant discipline and also have an in-depth understanding of the range of issues that contribute towards the achievement of Sustainable Rural Development, both in the UK and further afield.

Completed application and monitoring forms are to be returned by e-mail to lehr@uhi.ac.uk by 4.00pm on Monday 19 August 2019.

Lews Castle College UHI recognises the equality between Gaelic and English, and would welcome applicants with skills in both areas

If you have any queries about the application process please contact lehr@uhi.ac.uk.