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Lecturer in Cyber Security

Computer Science
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University of York - Heslington Campus
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39,609 - 48,677
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Role Description

The Department of Computer Science is advertising for a Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Cyber Security. You will have a PhD in computer science or cybersecurity. You will be joining a team of researchers working on cybersecurity, within a Department with research areas across the broad spectrum of Computer Science. You will be an active researcher in Cybersecurity and will have an excellent publication record. You will have experience of teaching in your discipline, and demonstrate enthusiasm for teaching to postgraduate students.

Key Responsibilities and qualifications etc.

  • To develop research objectives, projects and proposals and carry out individual or collaborative research projects.
  • To lead on and/or contribute to the production of high quality research outputs and research outcomes.
  • To design, develop and deliver teaching across a range of cybersecurity modules.
  • To undertake effectively a range of administrative and managerial responsibilities.·         
  • To develop and promote the research activities of the department by developing a personal research plan (in cybersecurity) independently and/or in collaboration with others as part of a larger research team. 
  • To plan, manage and undertake research activities, and to manage and guide the work of staff and research students in your own specialist area.
  • To develop taught project proposals, supervise and mark them (particularly cybersecurity projects at MSc level).
  • PhD in Computer Science, Cybersecurity
  • Specialist knowledge of cybersecurity
  • Evidence of dissemination of research findings which may include:  the presentation of papers at conferences and workshops; participation in public engagement events to disseminate research; and articles in leading academic journals.
  • Proven ability to carry out high quality research which is publicly evidenced with publications, grants, etc
  • Display creativity, initiative and judgement in applying appropriate approaches to teaching, learning support and scholarly activities.

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