University of Nottingham
|Workplace||Nottingham, East Midlands, UK|
Assistant Professor - £38,833 - £47,722 per annum depending on skills and experience. Progression beyond this point is subject to performance.
Associate Professor - £50,618 - £60,410 per annum depending on skills and experience. Progression beyond this point is subject to performance.
A world committed to delivering pioneering research
Are you looking to further your career in a place of possibility? A place where you are supported to unlock your potential?
The University of Nottingham is a pioneering institution and provides exceptional research-led education and outstanding experiences for 45,000 students in 150 countries.
We are building on our successes such as our world-changing MRI discovery, which is being developed in exciting new ways to support extraordinary advances in neuroscience and precision medicine.We are further raising the quality of research across all of our research priorities, supporting research leaders and ensuring we continue to produce research of the very highest quality.
We are seeking applications from talented, passionate and dedicated people whose knowledge and experience broaden the diversity of our existing team and whose creativity and expertise will enhance the academic environment in the School of Computer Science, for colleagues and students alike.
We are looking for people with a background in devising and sustaining creative and collaborative projects across Computer Sciences (Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence or Robotics); experienced teachers and/or researchers who are able to demonstrate how they have developed their knowledge and expertise in an academic environment.A proven track record of outputs through peer reviewed publications, research and teaching innovation or societal impact is essential in order to inform teaching innovation and enhance the School’s impact in research and knowledge exchange.
We are looking for people who can deliver a high standard of teaching; including the supervision of practical work, projects and placements and who can ensure that curriculum design and teaching methods are aligned with the pace of development in Computer Science.
We believe that world-class, multidisciplinary and diverse teams will deliver the highest quality teaching, research and student experience. Our vision as a School is to be highly rated in all areas; for Research and Knowledge Exchange, Education and Student Experience.The School is equally committed to creating opportunities for people from groups traditionally under-represented in the field of Computer Science and therefore the ability to relate to and mentor students and colleagues within an increasingly ethnically and gender diverse community is essential.
Join our world
For more information about the School, the University and these positions please have a look at our recruitment microsite . You can also address informal enquiries to Professor Jon Garibaldi, Head of School, email jon.garibaldi [at] nottingham[.]ac[.]uk.Applications sent by email will not be accepted but we look forward to receiving your application online.
Closing Date: 30 September 2018
The University of Nottingham is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
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In your application, please refer to myScience.org.uk
and reference JobID 147819.
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