|Salary:||£37,099 to £54,395 per annum|
|Placed On:||28th September 2023|
|Closes:||22nd October 2023|
Location: Markeaton Street, Derby, DE22 3AW
Advert Closes: Sunday 22 October 2023
This is an exciting time in Computing and Mathematics at the University of Derby. Building on recent Research Excellence Framework (REF) success, we are investing in, and growing a number of key areas. This includes the opening of the £13m Institute of Technology in 2023, expanding our Data Sciences Research Centre, and further growing our areas of expertise in Internet of Things, Software Engineering, Data Sciences, Cyber Security, Computer Games & Immersive Technologies.
To support this expansion we are investing in an appointment at Lecturer or Senior Lecturer level in Cyber Security, with a particular interest in Cyber Security and/or Digital Forensics – this may include technical or human factors.
As a Lecturer, you will have potential to deliver a high-quality student focussed student experience, a growing reputation and record of excellence which demonstrates an emerging contribution to the furtherance of knowledge in your discipline, potential to grow this reputation with the production of high-quality publications, and potential to attract external research funding. As a Senior Lecturer, you will be able to evidence the progression, development, and impact of this contribution both in teaching, and in research.
With your teaching, research, and emerging leadership skills you will contribute to raising the national and international profile of our School and University. You will support the ongoing development and delivery of our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, mentor students and colleagues, and become a key member of our team. You will engage with a variety of responsibilities including teaching, education, research, and administrative duties in alignment with the School strategy and goals.
About the Role
Our world is increasingly interconnected, and this brings both opportunities and challenges. As a Lecturer in Cyber Security, you will be interested in the latest and hottest topics in Cyber Security and/or Digital Forensics – this may include technical or human factors. You will deliver this passion to students, colleagues, and collaborators through an exciting and innovative approach to teaching and research. Our future strategic directions builds upon our reputation in this area, and you will grasp opportunities to influence product, process, and policy impacts at regional, national, and international level.
About the School of Computing and Engineering
The Discipline of Computing and Mathematics sits in the School of Computing and Engineering, and at the leading edge of research and innovation, with a strong academic reputation in undergraduate and postgraduate education, research, and knowledge transfer. The School delivers a range of programmes including undergraduate degrees in Computer Science, Cyber Security, Computer Games, Information Technology, Data Sciences and Mathematics. Postgraduate degrees include Data Sciences, Cyber Security, and Information Technology. We offer traditional campus-based programmes at our modern campus in the heart of Derby - one of the historic industrial heartlands in the Midlands. In addition to this we also offer on-line programmes. Many of our colleagues are active in research and have international profiles, maintaining close links with industry regionally, national, and internationally.
For informal discussions about this position, please contact Professor Stephan Reiff-Marganiec (email@example.com), Head of School - Computing.
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