Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Cloud Computing

University of East London
April 17, 2024
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Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Cloud Computing

Location: Docklands Campus Salary: Senior Lecturer starting from £51,030 per annum, inclusive of London Weighting Associate Professor starting from £59,960 per annum, inclusive of London Weighting Post Type: Full Time Post Type: Permanent Closing Date: Wednesday 17 April 2024 Reference: 3077-23-A-R

School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering (ACE )

Want to be part of a pioneering, forward-thinking, vibrant, and diverse environment with state-of-the-art facilities, where the focus is as much on providing world-class research as it is a transformational educational experience? Then make the move to The School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering (ACE).

We're part of the University of East London - a well-established University that's proud of its base and connections to the East End of London, but equally excited by the work it has embraced and is delivering in a global context. Recently awarded a Silver rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) 2023, the University is now just one category away from going gold.

ACE has played its part in the University's success by growing its student numbers from 1,800 to 5,000 in the past five years alone - and they are keen to grow even further. A massive reason for ACE's rapid growth is a unique teaching practice that involves applying design methodologies and advanced technologies to real-life scenarios in architecture, arts, computing, and engineering. Indeed, we've designed and refined courses that are careers-led and prepare students for a vastly changing technological future. We've also built an extensive industry network and worked with over 2,500 companies, including major employers like Siemens, Nissan, Ford, TfL, and Mott MacDonald, as well as professional institutions like RIBA, BCS, ICE, IStructE, CIHT, IHT, PWI, CIOB, CIAT, LI and IMechE.

As Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Cloud Computing, you will teach on, and potentially lead on, modules and courses in fields related to Cloud Computing. You will provide high quality, innovative and engaging teaching and contribute to our dynamic research environment. You will adopt the latest teaching pedagogy and develop good practice, taking full advantage of teaching and assessment tools and technological advancement. You will also contribute to and participate in university-led and/or school initiatives and developments in line with strategic plans and KPIs.

Holding a PhD within the CDT area, with a proven research track record, you will have specialised knowledge of the field and experience of module/programme leadership in Higher Education. Crucially, you will be a confident networker and relationship builder able to engage local and national employers and other educational institutions to provide progression opportunities and enhance the student experience.

Put simply, if you're an academic or industry professional who's keen to inspire a diverse group of students with a real desire to take their learning into business and industry where they can go on to inspire others themselves, ACE ticks all the boxes.

To find out more….

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Aaron Kans, Head of Department for Computer Science and Digital Technologies at [email protected]. To obtain further details about this vacancy, please visit our website at https: // .

Further details: Job Description & Person Specification Learn more about ACE More about our benefits

To contact the recruitment team please phone+44 20 8223 3000 x 4600 or e-mail [email protected]

CVs without a completed application form will not be accepted.

At UEL we are committed to working together to build a community which values diversity in both our staff and student populations, is representative and inclusive, enabling all to progress and thrive.

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