|Salary:||£38,183 to £46,924 Excellent benefits package|
|Placed On:||27th September 2018|
|Closes:||28th October 2018|
With over 50 academics, 1100 students, professional accreditation from the British Computer Society and some of the most impressive computing lab facilities in a UK university, the School of Computing is highly regarded and one of the UK's largest computing departments at the heart of Scotland's inspiring capital.
The School is organised around three subject areas: Software Engineering, Cyber Security and Networking, and Creative and Social Informatics. This post is within the Creative and Social Informatics group which has a strong portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes including BSc and MSc programmes in Business Information Technology. In addition, the group also delivers the BSc IT Management for Business to Graduate Apprentices studying for a degree while already in employment.
Edinburgh Napier University has around 18,500 students studying across our three campuses and through transnational education overseas. We also have an international community with students from more than 100 countries and over 1,500 staff. We not only offer a competitive salary but also an attractive pension and a minimum of 46 days holiday per annum.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing area within the School of Computing.
Information Systems is a multi-disciplinary area, and the successful candidate will bring expertise across one or more relevant areas including:
Systems Analysis and Design, Enterprise Systems (including industry-standard management and intelligence tools), Business Analysis, IT Service Management, Project Management (emphasising contemporary industry-standard approaches), Information Governance, Information Behaviour, Knowledge Management.
You will have a developing profile, and academic publications, clearly underpinning one or more of these teaching areas and show potential for research and commercial income generation.
The group's research provides critical perspectives on, as well as analysis of, ICT trajectories, socio-technical and organisational issues with particular focus on information seeking behaviour and use, democratic digital engagement, online communities, open data and open government, information policy and knowledge management. You will bring complementary expertise and interests. Our research is funded by a number of bodies including the UK research councils (AHRC, EPSRC and ESRC); government (for example, Skills Development Scotland); business; and professional bodies (for example, CILIP). We have a vibrant community of part-time and full-time doctoral research students.
Applicants must demonstrate enthusiasm for enhancing our teaching in the area of information systems, including working with students on placement or otherwise engaged with industry.
Some of our course delivery occurs at locations across the UK and overseas, and so you may from time to time be expected to contribute to delivery of teaching at such locations.
If you would like to know more about this exciting opportunity please click here to view the role profile.
Who We Are Looking For
Applicants must demonstrate:
Closing Date: 28 October 2018 (Midnight GMT)
Please also note that the successful candidate must have permission to work in the UK by the start of their employment, as we are unable to sponsor any candidate for this role.
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