Lecturer / lecturer in computer science employment with UNIVERSITY OF GREENWICH

Computer Science and Mathematics

Site: Greenwich
Salary: £ 34,304 to £ 50,296 plus a weighting of £ 3,762 in London per year
Type of Contract : Permanent
Release date: Thursday, November 18, 2021
Closing Date: Thursday, November 25, 2021
Date of interview: Be confirmed
Reference: 2959

The University seeks to recruit academics in the field of computer science who wish to embark on an academic career by conducting quality research and lecturing on postgraduate and undergraduate programs. The candidates sought will have training in one of the following three areas: cybersecurity, Internet of things, sensor networks. Outstanding candidates in related fields will also be considered.

Successful candidates will work in close collaboration with the academic teams of the department and will have to contribute to existing teaching and research. These positions will be assigned to one of the university courses: Teaching and Stock Exchange or Research. For the research path, the role will include a strong focus and support for research and entrepreneurial activities, including participation in projects jointly launched by other members of the department and faculty. Applicants should join one of our existing research teams related to their specialty. You will be able to demonstrate a strong teaching and research profile, including a track record of high quality publications, as well as the potential to successfully contribute to funding applications. For early-career researchers, the potential to produce these results would be sufficient. You will have a good first degree (1 or 2: 1) in a relevant subject as well as a doctorate.

If you have any questions, please contact the HR recruiting team at [email protected]

We are looking for people who can help us fulfill our mission of transforming lives through inspired teaching and research, through our values.

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