Teaching Fellow in Informatics

University of Leicester - Department of Informatics

The University of Leicester is a world-leading institution, marked by a belief in the synergy of research and teaching. With over 23,000 students, including 4,300 from overseas, and 3,800 staff, including over 1,200 active researchers, we believe a university should empower, inspire and innovate. Under the leadership of our new President and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Paul Boyle, the University is entering an exciting new phase of development with an ambitious and transformative agenda for 2020 and beyond.

In the Department of Informatics, we currently conducting a significant review of our undergraduate programmes. You will be responsible for developing and teaching new modules in practical areas of computing, such as programming, data bases, web or mobile development, adopting methods of technology-enhanced and project-based learning. Following you own interests and those of our students you will propose and supervise BSc and MSc projects. You will also contribute to the administration of the Department or support enterprise activities, including consultancy, professional training, and supervision of students working for external partners.

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Informal enquiries are welcome and should be made to Professor Reiko Heckel on rh122@le.ac.uk or 0116 252 3406.

We anticipate that interviews will take place on 25 November 2016.

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