Lecturer in Cyber Security
School of Computing & Engineering
Salary: £41,201 to £47,169 per annum
Release Date: Friday 13 May 2022
Closing Date: Sunday 29 May 2022
Interview Date: To be confirmed
The University of West London (UWL) is one of the top 40 universities in the
UK and the top modern university in London according to the influential
Guardian University Guide 2021.
We were also named University of the Year for Student Experience in The Times
and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021, being described by the editor
as “regularly among the top-performing universities” and proving that “it is
possible for a London-based institution to achieve outstanding levels of
student satisfaction beyond other universities”.
The School of Computing and Engineering is a dynamic and forward looking
School with high quality teaching, student experience and research informed
teaching at the top of its priority list. The School has strong links with
local, national and international partners and employability of graduates is
the key to courses that we offer. The School enjoys state-of-the-art equipment
and continues to invest heavily in its improvement. We offer a number of
courses fully accredited by relevant professional bodies across the board.
The post holder will teach an appropriate mix of undergraduate and
postgraduate computing courses within the School of Computing and Engineering
at UWL commensurate with technical knowledge and prior experience.
In addition, they will contribute to research, enterprise development and
commercial training in appropriate sub-discipline(s) within the computing
field and community engagement activities of the School.
The candidate should have knowledge of current cyber security practice and
ability to teach related subjects, including Pen-testing, Ethical hacking,
Secure Programming (operating system security), Computer and Network
Security, Cryptography, and IOT/CPS, at both undergraduate and postgraduate
level in higher education. Evidence of teaching experience and an established
research track record, or equivalent industrial experience, with appropriate
outputs in a discipline relevant to computing are also required.
Applicants must hold a PhD in Computer Science or a related field with a
demonstrable track record of research within the field and also hold
significant teaching experience in computing within the Higher Education
In addition to the online application form, you should submit a full academic
CV with a list of your recent publications.
How to Apply
To apply click on ‘Apply Online' and fill out the application form. Further
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We welcome applications from individuals who do not have a fellowship of the
Higher Education Academy (HEA). Should you be successful and do not hold an
HEA fellowship you will be asked to complete one within 2 years of appointment
as a condition of your continued employment. Depending on eligibility this may
take the form of an advanced Level 7 apprenticeship in teaching which means
that you will spend 20% of your work in off-the-job study.
Candidates must be able to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK in
accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006.
Please be advised that it is expected that appointment within a grade will
normally be at the minimum point.
Previous applicants for this post need not apply again.
The University reserves the right to close the vacancy earlier than the
published end date should it receive sufficient applications to warrant