|Salary:||£36,333 to £43,155|
|Placed On:||17th March 2023|
|Closes:||5th April 2023|
Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) is a distinctive, unique institution, rooted in the Liverpool City Region and with a global presence. Our students and staff, past, present, and future, are the beating heart of our city and can be found in every corner of every industry and community. We couldn’t exist anywhere else and have shaped the city in which we belong. Working with the people of Liverpool to improve lives and support communities is at the heart of why we were founded and why we exist today.
The School of Computer Science and Mathematics at Liverpool John Moores University is pleased to offer a Research Fellow role in Computer Science and Informatics related areas. The information on the School’s research activities can be found at https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/about-us/faculties/faculty-of-engineering-and-technology/school-of-computer-science-and-mathematics/research.
You should also hold a PhD degree in Computing, Computer Science or Data Science and should have experience of conducting and publishing research. You should have experience in an area relevant to the research focus of the School.
For further information, please contact Prof Q. Shi (Q.Shi@ljmu.ac.uk).
In return, we offer an excellent benefits package including generous annual leave entitlement, pension scheme, induction and development support as well as family-friendly policies.
This is an exciting time to join LJMU in our bicentenary year and with the launch our new strategic plan.
If you feel that this is the role you have been looking for and your skills and experience can make a real difference at LJMU, we look forward to hearing from you.
LJMU values diversity and provides a supportive and inclusive environment where everyone can fulfil their potential.
Please note all of our vacancies will be closed to applications at midnight on the advertised closing date, unless otherwise stated.
LJMU are committed to adhering to the Principles set out in the Researcher Development Concordat; in line with this all fixed-term researchers will be supported to complete 10 days professional development activities per year (pro-rata).
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