Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Computer Science
Teesside University - School of Computing
|Salary:||£29,847 to £47,801|
|Placed on:||3rd October 2016|
|Closes:||30th October 2016|
Teesside University is a modern university, proud of our 85-year heritage and of our commitment to putting students at the heart of everything we do through significant investment in our estate, innovative teaching and research, and our unrivalled links with industry and the professions.
This is an excellent opportunity for an individual with research expertise in one or more of the following areas: Formal Methods; Software Engineering; Programming Languages; Artificial Intelligence (AI); AI in Games; Data Science; Computer Security; Computer Networks.
You will be required to undertake teaching, module management and related work on a range of programmes within the School in addition to assisting with curriculum and programme development, plus research, in the area of Computer Science.
Applicants must possess a PhD in Computer Science, or a relevant discipline, plus recent good quality publications at international level. You will have the ability to teach at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and will have the knowledge to teach in at least one of the following topics: Computer Security; Computer Networks; Cybercrime; Database Systems. Strong communication, presentation and teamworking skills are also required.
The Tees Valley is an enjoyable place to live – in the heart of the North of England’s coastline and countryside, with easy access to Durham, Newcastle and York.
Apply now if you would like to join us.
This post is available on a full-time or job share basis. (If you wish to apply on a job share basis you must state this on your application).
For further details of these and other posts, please refer to our website at https://recruitment.tees.ac.uk/itrentlive_webrecruitment/wrd/run/etrec107gf.open?VACANCY_ID=08260020KV&WVID=3395700LFi&LANG=USA
Closing date: 30 October 2016
Interview date: 18 November 2016
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