Lecturer in Computing Sciences
University of East Anglia
16th April 2018
The University of East Anglia is an internationally renowned University with a reputation for great teaching, an unrivalled student experience, and research with real impact. The University is currently enjoying an extraordinary period of growth, rising to 12th in the league tables and 10th in the Times Higher REF table for Research Output, cementing its place as one of the UK’s very best universities. The School is on a major trajectory for growth in terms of new course developments as well as national and international research collaborations with distinguished institutions.
We have two lectureships available within our highly regarded School of Computing Sciences. The School’s current research areas include graphics, vision, speech, data science, machine learning and computational biology with an increased emphasis on Internet of Things, Cyber Security, Cloud Computing and Connected Societies.
Appointees will be expected to engage in high-quality research of relevance to the School, will have a strong record of recent REF-returnable research publications and a record of external funding. They will be expected to have recent teaching experience acquired in a Higher Education environment and be able to actively lead and contribute to teaching courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, including core computer science material as well as material related to their research specialties. Appointees will also undertake supervision and advisory roles at both undergraduate and post graduate level, and engage with a range of relevant administrative roles activities to support the School.
You will have a minimum of PhD (or equivalent) in Computing Science or cognate are, and be able to fulfil all essential elements of the person specification. The posts are available with immediate effect on an indefinite full-time basis.
We particularly welcome applications from suitably qualified female academics, as they are currently under-represented in senior positions within the School.
Closing date: 16 April 2018.
The University is a Bronze Athena Swan Award holder, currently working towards Silver.