|Salary:||£54,060 to £61,821|
|Placed On:||3rd February 2023|
|Closes:||26th February 2023|
Further details: Job Description
The University of Sunderland is internationally known for quality teaching, 'world-leading' research and has a reputation for producing work-ready graduates. Our School of Computer Science is part of the Faculty of Technology and we are looking to expand our capabilities in teaching and research in various areas within the discipline. We are looking to recruit candidates who can contribute to the current Computer Science provision and have a growing research profile and track record, particularly in the areas of:
We are looking for individuals who want to support the growth and development of our Computer Science School and undertake research in related topics to Computer Science.
The University is investing circa £4.5 (with £1.5 million of this investment already made) million over three years in the faculty to enhance labs, facilities, teaching, research and the student experience. With Computer Science being a core focus of this investment and as such this is an exciting time to be joining the school.
If you thrive in challenging and ambitious environments we can offer you the opportunities, support and freedom to achieve your potential.
The ideal person will have:
For informal enquiries, please contact:
Professor John Murray - Dean of the Faculty of Technology - email@example.com
Relocation Assistance is available for eligible candidates. To find out more see our Staff Relocation Assistance Policy and Procedure.
The University of Sunderland has been awarded the Time/ Sunday Times University of the Year for Social Inclusion for 2021, follow the link below to see why!
An Inclusive Place to Work - University of Sunderland - YouTube
The University of Sunderland is proud to be an equal opportunities employer, treating all applicants equally and ensuring recruitment is based on merit. However we particularly welcome applications from the following groups as they are underrepresented within the University of Sunderland at this level/in this area: Women, LGBT+ and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic applicants, as well as candidates with disabilities, whether hidden or otherwise. In addition, we are ‘happy to talk flexible working’.
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