Lecturer in Computing/Computer Science, Multiple Areas
School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences
Location: Greenwich Campus
Salary: £34,304 to £39,739 plus £3762 London weighting per annum
Contract Type: Permanent
Closing Date: Tuesday 12 July 2022
Interview Date: To be confirmed
The School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences at the University of Greenwich is seeking to recruit multiple Lecturers in a number of areas, with Teaching, Research and Knowledge Exchange expertise in their field as outlined below:
1. Software Engineering / Software Engineering Management
Areas covered include specialist knowledge regarding full software engineering lifecycle, traditional and contemporary software engineering methods and methodologies, e.g., agile development on a practical level, traditional and agile methods and frameworks, UML, OO programming etc.
2. Algorithms and Data Structures.
Areas covered include specialist knowledge regarding data structures such as single and double linked lists, hash tables and functions, collision avoidance etc. Trees used for sorting and searching including rebalancing. Nature of algorithms: including complexity, completeness, measures of efficiency.
3. Operating Systems
Areas covered include server and mobile OS, concurrency / synchronisation; threading and parallel CPU scheduling; distributed and network OS, covering Windows, UNIX, Linux, Android, iOS.
4. Programming Paradigms
5. Web Development and Programming
6. Human-Computer Interaction and User Interface Design
Areas covered include but not limited to HCI/UID, Content Management Tools, UML/UI design, Agile, SCRUM, RUP, XP etc.) and Research Methods. Sound technical experience with SharePoint and other Content Management Systems as well as ability to document requirements using different methods, e.g., BPMN, User Stories, UML etc.
7. Database Management, Big Data and Data Analytics
Areas covered include Databases, Data Mining, Big Data, Data Analytics, Database Management and Administration, Relational Databases. Sound technical experience with Scrum, Power BI, and Tableau, MySQL, OOAD, UML, RDBMS, PHP/MYSQL, Oracle, NoSQL, Data Warehousing, BI & Visualisation, Graph Databases as well as ability to document requirements using different methods, e.g., BPMN, User Stories, and UML preferred.
We expect the candidates to have a background that will complement the existing research activities related to their field of expertise. These posts will be expected to be allocated to the one of the University’s Career Pathways, involving participation and leadership in Teaching, and strong emphasis on Research and Enterprise activity.
The successful candidates will work closely with academic teams in the School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences and be expected to contribute to existing Teaching, Research and Enterprise. You will be able to demonstrate a strong research profile, teaching expertise, and student supervision experience at undergraduate and postgraduate level. You are required to hold a PhD in Computer Science, Engineering, or a closely related field.
Experience delivering systems according to GDPR compliance would be desirable.
You must demonstrate eagerness to collaborate with future colleagues within the School and the University. Experience in multi-disciplinary research, track record of participation in Research and Knowledge Exchange bids, and experience in developing new undergraduate or postgraduate modules are highly desirable.
The school offers ambitious and highly motivated individuals the opportunity to develop both their research and teaching profiles within a positive and innovative academic environment.
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