The Department of Computer Science is seeking to recruit a number of Associate Lecturers on a 24-month fixed-term basis to support all aspects of teaching and learning for online programmes in the Department. You should have a postgraduate degree in Computer Science and teaching experience at post 16 or degree level across a broad range of computing related topics. These post-holders will support teaching on the Department’s postgraduate online programmes in Computer Science as well as contribute to marking, supervise students and provide advice on study skills and learning problems. Additionally, knowledge of issues related to teaching in higher education, such as assessment and feedback, and delivering a variety of teaching materials are desirable.
The online MSc courses offered by the Department of Computer Science at the University of York are an established set of programmes with exciting plans to grow. Currently the four main themes within these programmes are: Masters Level computer science; data analytics; artificial intelligence; and cyber security. We are looking at enthusiastic educators to help drive the programmes forward, and enthuse our students during their learning journey.
This post is available on a fixed term basis for 24 months.
Interview date: To be confirmed
Informal discussions can be held with the Deputy Head of Department - Teaching, Iain Bate, email@example.com, +44 (0)1904 325501.
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