To apply, follow the relevant link above which will take you straight through to the vacancy in the University's job portal. Here you will be able to read further details about the post and be able to apply online by clicking 'Apply Now' at the bottom of the vacancy details. Unless otherwise stated, applicants should arrange for three referees to send letters of recommendation to the Departmental Secretary for Mathematics to this email address: mathematicsPA@warwick.ac.uk before the closing date.
The post reference number should be quoted in all correspondence.
Note: Assistant Professor = Lecturer; Associate Professor = Senior Lecturer/Reader.
Posts are indefinite (subject to a probationary period) unless otherwise stated in the advert.
The Department has an annual academic job round for a number of Assistant Professorships (Lectureships); available positions will be advertised when confirmed. Links to individual adverts for currently open positions can be found above.
We advertise several junior research positions (postdoc positions = research fellowships) each year (see above for current positions). If you would like to work in the Department in such a position, please contact a member of staff in your research area. Some possible sources of funding are listed in the right hand column. See also general information, About the Institute, or contact the Department Secretary mathematicsPA@warwick.ac.uk if you have particular questions.
If you would like to apply for a research fellowship to be held at Warwick, please contact us in plenty of time about the application.
There are several competitive Fellowship schemes to support talented researchers (some restricted to people who do not currently have a permanent UK position) for periods of 1-5 years. These are offered for example by the EPSRC, the Royal Society and by the EU/ERC. All provide a full salary plus support for travel, computing, etc; some, as described below, offer funding for a research team. The person who wishes to hold the Fellowship applies via a nominated host institution (which need not be their current home institution, and some schemes actively encourage or even demand mobility). Warwick has hosted many holders of such Fellowships. We welcome enquiries from anyone considering applying for such Fellowships nominating Warwick as the host institution. Please either contact a relevant member of the academic staff or email the Head of Department giving brief details of the planned application. We need to know well in advance for administrative reasons, but we can also offer help in deciding which scheme is right for you and navigating through the financial and eligibility regulations etc.
Royal Society URFs (University Research Fellowships) (5 years funding) for researchers at the early / mid-stage career (3-8 years post-doc experience) who do not hold a permanent post or an early career fellowship in a university or a non-profit organisation. Holders of postdoctoral fellowships, such as Marie Sklodowska Curie Fellows, are eligible, as are Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Fellows, who meet the other eligibility criteria. Mobility is encouraged, but not compulsory. The Scheme is open to applicants of all nationalities and has an annual submission deadline in early September.
Marie Curie Individual Fellowships (2 years funding) No limit on post doc experience but mobility in terms of crossing a national boundary is essential: Researchers must not have resided or carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the country of their host organisation for more than 12 months in the three years immediately before the call deadline. Contact a member of staff to sponsor and work with you on your application. The annual submission deadline is early September.
ERC Grants: EU European Research Council (ERC). Up to 5 years of funding for excellent researchers at various career stages. The schemes are open to researchers of any nationalities.
- ERC Starting Grants: 2-7 years experience after PhD. Funding to establish your own research group, including PhD students and postdocs. Minimum time commitment: 50% of your working time. Annual deadlines in October.
- ERC Consolidator Grants: 7-12 years experience after PhD. Funding a major programme of research to consolidate your independence. Minimum time commitment: 50% of your working time. Annual deadlines in February.
- ERC Advanced Grants: Funding for leading researchers with a track record of major research achievements in the last 10 years to pursue ground-breaking, high-risk/high-reward projects. Minimum time commitment: 30% of your working time. Annual deadlines in August.
EPSRC fellowships: Postdoctoral (for 3 years); Early Career (for 5 years) and Established Career (for 5 years). Research areas for applications need to fall into one of EPSRC's designated "priority areas". There are no strict deadlines for applications, but fellowship applications in the Mathematical Sciences are only being considered for funding twice a year. Anyone wishing to apply to hold a Fellowship at Warwick (and who believes they might be eligible) should contact us. Currently effective deadlines are July (to reach the December panel) and December (to reach the June panel).
BBSRC Fellowships, for researchers at the life sciences interface: Discovery Fellowships (3 years) for researchers with a maximum of 5 years of active postdoctoral research and David Phillips Fellowships (5 years) for researchers with a minimum of 3 years postdoctoral experience. Please check the website for application deadlines.
UKRI Future Leaders Fellowships: A new joint scheme by the new umbrella organisation of all UK Research Councils, providing long-term funding for exceptional early career researchers who wish to join the department from academia or industry. Please be aware that there is an internal sifting process involved, thus if you consider this option, it is vital that you contact the department at the earliest opportunity. For details and the next deadline please check the website.
Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships: 3 years funding for those with a UK degree (PhD at least submitted, but not more than 4 years postdoctoral experience), and/or a temporary academic position in the UK, and no permanent post. Annual deadline in March
Newton International Fellowships (Royal Society link)(2 years funding plus follow-up money for 10 years) for junior researchers (PhD or 1-2 postdoc positions). Only for people who are not UK citizens and who are not working in the UK already. Early contact between applicants and Warwick before application is essential. Check the Royal Society link for applicantions in particular areas from particular countries. Annual deadline in March
Royal Society for the Exhibition of 1851, Research Fellowships (for 3 years). Must be within 3 years of completing a PhD. Annual deadline in Februrary