|Salary:||£36,724 to £41,308|
|Placed On:||9th December 2022|
|Closes:||3rd January 2023|
£36,724 - £41,308 per annum
Vacancy Ref: R6985
The School of Computing & Engineering is a research-intensive environment where academics developing tomorrow’s technology teach the next generation of computing and engineering professionals. Unprecedented growth in computer games and digital media industries means countless opportunities await exceptional individuals who join our team and can work across interdisciplinary boundaries: impacting not just on the games industry but through the use of these technologies in engineering, medicine, media and the arts.
Building on our legacy of producing award-winning graduates in computer game development, we have a strategy for expansion that requires the very best academic staff.
We’ll support your ambitions in developing and applying your new ideas. We’ll help you develop as an academic. We’ll provide opportunities for you to grow your career and become the best version of yourself.
You’ll have a track-record of research outputs and innovation that evidence your commitment to academic excellence, and you’ll have experience of contributing to the supervision of student research.
You’ll have experience of working with diverse teams, and you’ll be able to translate this into a teaching experience that is unparalleled in the university sector.
You’ll be interested in accelerating your personal and career growth by immersing yourself in a stimulating environment. You’ll be looking to develop your skills and experience working alongside ambitious university students. You’ll be able to demonstrate your drive to achieve excellence in your work.
You’ll be craving a supportive environment that expects you to succeed, and you’ll be able to envisage a rewarding and fulfilling career ahead of you. A PhD in a relevant area is essential for this position.
We are particularly interested in candidates who are active in the following areas:
You’ll be fully committed to equal opportunities and demonstrate an inquisitive attitude towards novel and engaging approaches to research and teaching.
The School is committed to Athena SWAN principles and the promotion of equality and diversity and is proud to hold a Bronze Athena SWAN Award.
For further information please contact Dr Andrew Bourbon by email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further details about this post and to make application please visit http://hud.ac/nwg
Closing Date:03 January 2023
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