Lecturer in Computing and Technology

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Job Description

The School of Science and Technology is an exciting multi-disciplinary environment for learning, teaching and research. Our portfolio of undergraduate courses covers the School’s core disciplines of Physics, Mathematics, Engineering, Biosciences, Chemistry, Forensics, Sport Science, Computing and Technology. Our research is multi-disciplinary and was highly rated in REF2014; in our teaching and research we aim to be exciting, innovative and relevant.

We are seeking to appoint Hourly Paid Lecturers in the Department of Computing and Technology. Our areas of specific interest are cyber-security/forensics/networking; data science/big data/cloud infrastructure; software engineering; and robotics. In addition to appropriate knowledge and experience, you should possess excellent communication and presentation skills and a willingness to flexibly contribute to teaching and associated duties on undergraduate programmes in any or all of these areas. The work could involve, for example, taking lectures, seminars and / or laboratory classes, particularly at first and second year undergraduate level. Duties may also include preparation and marking where required.

If you have any specific queries in relation to these positions, please contact: Prof Ahmad Lotfi, Acting Head of Department of Computing and Technology, via email ahmad.lotfi@ntu.ac.uk

Please note that due to the nature of these posts, applicants based within a reasonable distance of Nottingham would be suited for these positions.

Special Conditions: £43.80 per direct teaching hour. This includes the following elements: teaching, preparation and marking of the scheduled programme of work (Flat rate of £17.52 will be paid for completing one of the above elements of the schedule).

Please note this role does not meet the UK Visas and Immigration requirements for sponsorship. Nottingham Trent University is unable to apply for sponsorship for any applicant not eligible to work in the UK and therefore we cannot progress applications from candidates who require sponsorship under the Points Based Immigration System.