University of Strathclyde
Teaching Associates/Fellows in Computer Science in Computer Science (3 posts)
Salary range: Grade 7 £33309 – £40927, Grade 8 £42149 – £51799
FTE: 1 (35 hours/week)
Term: Open Contract
Closing date: Sunday, 8 May 2022.
The Department of Computer and Information Sciences (CIS) seeks to appoint three Teaching Associates/Fellows in Computer Science to support our growing student population. Based within the Faculty of Science, CIS is an internationally recognised research department specialising in information science, artificial intelligence, computer security, health informatics, interactive systems and theoretical computer science. It is home to around 900 undergraduates, taught postgraduate and PhD students with an increasing emphasis on in person and online delivery of high-quality educational programmes. CIS is working closely with industry through a growing portfolio of education and knowledge exchange projects supported by the Scottish Funding Council Innovation Centres, like the DataLab and the Digital Health and Care Institute, and Innovate UK.
CIS has recently expanded the range of programmes on offer and also modes of delivery. As a Teaching Fellow you will have a proven academic or professional track record in a field related to computer science or software engineering, but we are particularly interested in applicants with expertise of modern developments in one or more of the following areas:
- Software engineering
- Machine learning
Experience in one or more of the follow areas programming, software engineering, databases, professional issues, and web/mobile app development would also be welcome. The successful candidates will be expected to deliver a number of modules relevant to their expertise. Fellows will also be expected to have a central role in the design of future programmes, while Associates will deliver a range of established teaching modules. The teaching and learning environment within Strathclyde is rapidly evolving, including more use of online and technology enabled, as well as more traditional delivery, so experience of teaching in a variety of models would be welcome. You will need to demonstrate flexibility to adapt and innovate your approach to teaching and learning to embrace this evolution. Some overseas teaching may also be required on occasion.
Informal enquiries about the post can be directed to Dr Martin Halvey, Director Postgraduate Teaching Computer and Information Sciences ([email protected]).
It is anticipated that formal interviews for this post will be held on week commencing Monday, 23 May 2022.