UCL Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering



UCL Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering hires academic, research, professional services and technical staff, and occasionally funds PhD and Research Fellow positions.

Professional Services vacancies

There are no professional services vacancies at this moment.

Technical vacancies

There are no technical vacancies at this moment.

Academic vacancies

Lecturer in Reality Capture for Geospatial Science

Closing date: 20th Nov 2022

Research Assistant/Fellow vacancies

There are no research assistant/fellow vacancies at this moment.

PhD studentships 

Please see the dedicated PhD scholarships page for details.

PGTA Opportunities

There are a number of PGTA opportunities for postgraduate students to work in the department during the 2021 - 22 academic year. 

The purpose of these PGTA posts are to support teaching, learning, and assessment activities within a module. The module tutor defines the specific activities of the role, based on local needs. In general, the duties of a PGTA may involve:

  • Prepare and deliver seminars tutorials for modules
  • Contribute to marking of coursework/exams
  • Participating in weekly PGTA helpdesk and respond to email queries from students within reasonable periods
  • Attend lectures for the modules taught (at discretion of module tutor)
  • Attend regular meetings with module tutor to discuss issues arising
  • Assist the module tutor with delivery of the course as otherwise required
  • Actively promote UCL policies, including Equal Opportunities
  • Assist with laboratories

Requirements for role 

  • The successful candidate will be pursuing a postgraduate degree, preferably associated with UCL Department of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering or studying a related subject.  
  • Previous teaching experience is an advantage.
  • All PGTAs must complete training within the UCL Arena One scheme, normally available in September. This will be in addition to guidance or mentoring provided by the department for their PGTAs.

How to apply 

If you wish to apply, please contact duncan.mcallister@ucl.ac.uk  with an expression of interest (max 500 words).