Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, Software Engineering
The School of Computer Science is the country's largest, most diverse, and most accomplished. The School was founded in 1981. It now has more than 54 academic staff and 60 PhD students, and an ever-growing cohort of undergraduates. The School is among the top 100 Computer Science Schools in the world according to the 2017 QS World University Rankings.
We are seeking top candidates from subfields of Software Engineering, with a preference for candidates with strengths in software testing, software architecture, or software design. Industrial experience and/or experience of collaborative research with industrial partners would be a significant advantage.
To be successful, you should have a PhD, have demonstrated excellence in research and a commitment to high quality research-informed teaching of both undergraduate and graduate students. Ideally, you should have a research program that complements and builds on existing areas of strength within the School (http://www.cs.auckland.ac.nz).
Why work for us?
The University is committed to providing an excellent working environment through:
- flexible employment practices
- career development programmes and supports staff to reach their full potential
- a competitive salary with five weeks annual leave
- company superannuation scheme, discounted car parking, a generous parental leave allowance, childcare and a number of other discounts on internal and external services.
Auckland's harbour setting, magnificent beaches and verdant bush make it a great place to study and work, while the University's close proximity to New Zealand's major businesses and hospitals enables staff and students to rub shoulders with leading practitioners in their field. Auckland offers a diverse range of employment and leisure options, including easy access to high quality schools which prepare students extremely well for the transition to university.
Applications close Friday, 18 October 2019.
For further information go to www.auckland.ac.nz/opportunities
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