Lecturer in Computing

Birmingham, United Kingdom
£31,406 - £38,587 p.a. with opportunity to progress to £42,149
13 Jan 2022
End of advertisement period
31 Jan 2022
Contract Type

Salary: £31,406 - £38,587 p.a. with opportunity to progress to £42,149
Contract Type: Permanent (full and part time considered)
Closing Date: 31-01-2022 12 Midday
Support/Academic/Management: Academic

UCB has developed high tech courses and facilities to prepare graduates for careers of the future. With new labs for Computer Science and eSports now open, we are now looking for forward-thinking individuals to work alongside us as we continue to grow and develop our digital offer.

You will contribute to the teaching of a broad range of Computing modules across our FE and Undergraduate programmes.

Areas of specialism may include: Networking; Computer Systems; Virtualisation; IT Systems Security and Encryption; Troubleshooting and Repair; Cyber Security.

The successful candidate will be supported to undertake professional development to enhance teaching and learning, including the achievement of a recognised teaching qualification if not already held.

Applications for full and part-time contracts will be considered. Please state any preference clearly within your application.

Closing date: Monday 31 January 2022 at midday


  • 50 days’ paid leave per year (38 days’ annual leave plus 12 bank holiday and concessionary days) 
  • Teacher’s pension scheme 
  • Private healthcare 
  • Excellent staff development opportunities 
  • Salary sacrifice car leasing, tech and cycle schemes

Standard information:

UCB is an equal opportunities employer.

All applicants for employment at the University will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of the principles of Safeguarding and the PREVENT agenda in the context of further and higher education.

Unless stated otherwise, all roles at UCB will be based on-site at one of our Birmingham City Centre campus buildings. This is a not a remote role.

Click here for job description and person specification