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Associate Professor / Senior Lecturer in Computing Sciences

Norwich, Norfolk (GB)
Salary on appointment will be £54,421 per annum, with an annual increment up to £63,059 per annum.
Closing date
25 Mar 2024

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Faculty of Science
School of Computing Sciences

Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer in Computing Sciences (2 Posts)

Ref: ATR1679

Salary on appointment will be £54,421 per annum, with an annual increment up to £63,059 per annum. 

The School of Computing Sciences is looking to appoint two Associate Professors/Senior Lecturers in Computing Science on our Academic Teaching and Research (ATR) pathway. You will be involved in research and innovation, and in the development and delivery of teaching. We are particularly interested in candidates that may be able to contribute to expanding our research and teaching portfolio in our areas of excellence such as Colour and Imaging or in areas of growth such as Artificial Intelligence and Cyber security.

You will be expected to have a strong recent track record of attracting research funding from government or industry in areas linked to Computing Science or related domains and will also have a strong portfolio of recent research publications in prestigious international journals (e.g. IEEE/ACM). It is also desirable that you have an extensive network of national and international collaborators from academia, government and industry.

A PhD (or equivalent qualification) in a relevant subject area with proven experience of high quality undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and module development relevant to the subject is essential. This includes core computing science topics such as programming, AI and machine learning, cyber security, data science, databases, web-programming and computer architectures. You will have evidence of leadership of course development and the use of a range of both innovative and traditional pedagogical practices. Experience of PhD supervision is essential.

These full-time posts are available on an indefinite basis. There is a start-up fund available to support all new members of CMP ATR staff as standard in their research and the total of £15,000 can be split over two or three financial years.

Further information on our great benefits package, including 44 days annual leave inclusive of Bank Holidays and University Customary days (pro rata for part-time), can be found on our benefits page. 

Closing date: 25 March 2024

The University holds an Athena Swan Silver Institutional Award in recognition of our advancement towards gender equality.


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The University of East Anglia (UEA) is an internationally renowned university based in a campus that provides top quality academic, social and cultural facilities to students and staff. The University of East Anglia (UEA) has been ranked in the UK Top 30 by the Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide 2023, the Guardian University Guide 2023 and the Complete University Guide 2023. UEA has been ranked in the UK Top 20 for research quality in the Times Higher REF 2021 analysis.

A total of 16,872 students are currently studying at the University: 12,888 undergraduates and 3,984 postgraduates. This includes students from more than 100 countries worldwide.

The University employs approximately 3,800 staff, a third of whom work part-time. More than 1,600 staff are academic (including approx. 345 researchers) and the rest are administrative, technical or general staff. The University is piloting a Hybrid Working Policy which provides flexibility on work location for staff and agency workers in agreement with line managers. 

Located in 320 acres of rolling parkland just two miles from the centre of the cathedral city of Norwich, the University is adjacent to the Norwich Research Park which is home to over 1,000 scientists working in several world ranked institutions.

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