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Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer in Computing - FHM

Vacancy Details

Salary: Grade 7/8 £37,099 - £53,877 per annum
Job Type: Academic
Closing Date: 03/03/2024
Date Posted: 02/21/2024
Reference: A1472


Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer in Computing -FHM

School of Business, Computing & Social Sciences

Park Campus

1.0FTE, 37 hours per week


About the school

The school of business, computing, and social science is located across three campuses within Cheltenham and Gloucester which provide inspiring learning and teaching environments. This post will be based in the regency style Park Campus, Cheltenham which is home to state-of-the-art technology, collaborative learning spaces and a dynamic team of educators.

The school's strategic aims are founded in social justice and delivered through creative and innovative teaching and the development of external relationships. We pride ourselves on our support for students and aiding students in their employability and personal growth, through innovative pedagogy developments and real-world engagements in our programmes.

Recent years have seen the development of a supportive and creative research environment, resulting in a successful submission to REF2021 under UoA12, 17 and 21. Members of our team have had increasing success in securing grant or consultancy funding, and in generating research impact by engaging with external stakeholders.


About the role 

We are looking to appoint a new member of staff in the Technical and Applied Computing subject area to join our dynamic, successful, and expanding community. You will spend your time between our beautiful park Campus in Cheltenham and our Partners institute in Germany. Fachhochschule des Mittelstands (FHM) is based in Duren, Western Germany and is a private University which specialised in cyber security. FHM has a long-standing collaboration with the University of Gloucestershire which is uniquely placed at the centre of the UK's cyber industry.  This partnership is part of a three-dimensional approach covering areas of education, research and business. This post offers an exciting opportunity to be part of this relationship.


The Technical and Applied Computing subject area is part of the University of Gloucestershire’s School of Business, Computing and Social Sciences, where we have an opportunity for a talented individual with a real flair for teaching and research to join the team. A key focus for the University is preparing students for their future career.


We are looking for applications from Computing specialists who will ideally have experience of teaching in Higher Education and have an interest in research and development in a Computer Science area. The applicant should have technical and research skills in networking, cybersecurity, programming and/or data science. The appointee will support delivering a range of modules at undergraduate and postgraduate level. 


You should have technical and research skills in cyber security, networking, and network security. It is desirable if the candidate has experience in cloud security, Blockchain or the security information management. Applicants must also have a demonstrable high level of technical skills and excellence in the use of Windows and Linux-based operating systems.


The University is committed to building a diverse and inclusive staff community and welcomes applications from currently under-represented sections of our workforce. We are proud to be a Disability Confident Leader, guaranteeing an interview to everyone who meets the definition of disability set out in the Equality Act 2010 and the essential criteria contained within the person specification.


Contact Details

If you wish for more information, please contact Dr Will Sayers or Dr Rachel Vieira


Key Dates

Closing date: 3rd March 2024

Interview: week commencing 11th March 2024


To apply please click on APPLY at the bottom of this page, you will be asked to complete our application form, alternatively, you can submit a CV and Support Statement showcasing how you meet the essential criteria, CVs alone will not be considered. Please see applicant guidance for help and advice on how to complete the application process.


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