University of Bradford Jack Bradley

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University of Bradford Jack Bradley

Jack Bradley

  • Title: Senior Lecturer/Admissions Tutor
  • Email: J.R.Bradley@Bradford.ac.uk
  • Extension: 4545
  • Room No. Chesham B2.12
  • Qualifications: BEng Hons BSc MIMechE CEng Sheffield

Biography

Curriculum Vitae
Jack R Bradley BEng Hons BSc MIMechE CEng
Visiting Professor Yola University
Email j.r.bradley@braford.ac.uk

Professional profile

An experienced Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Higher Education Academy employed within an internationally acclaimed higher education institution department. Extensive experience of managing eco projects for schools in the UK and Europe. A keen interest in embedding sustainable development issues in the undergraduate teaching programme across all engineering disciplines . Currently employed as a Senior Lecturer on the accredited undergraduate programme; with teaching responsibilities on the following modules: Manufacturing Systems, Product Design and Innovation, Professional Skills and An Introduction to Design and Manufacture. Strong leadership and team building skills, with extensive technical knowledge in both traditional and high technology engineering environments. A diplomatic manner with the ability to solve problems in a methodical way. Good communication skills at all levels with a proven track record of working with industry, schools, colleges, universities and other regional agencies. External moderator for DEI collage Thessaloniki and Educational Advisor for the Technical and Vocational Education Council Brunei Darussalam

Additional teaching duties covering energy conversion, CHP and material and manufacture

University of Bradford Jack Bradley, Achievements

Reporting directly to the Dean of the School on matters relating to marketing, recruitment and admissions. Management of the recruitment and marketing team.
Managing externally funded projects including two projects dealing with bio fuels, sponsored by the Royal Academy of Engineering. This project necessitates the production of small batches of Biodiesel which is then donated to local charities; this project is used mainly as a tool for recruitment, PR and to raise issues surrounding the environment and how engineering engages with it. Toured throughout the UK and the EU countries, giving lectures outlining the issues surrounding the use of bio fuels as an alternative to mineral diesel, coal and other non-renewable fuels. Committed to exploring and exploiting sustainable energy production in order to combat anthropological climate change and the problems of peak oil production.