Lecturer in Cyber Security

Cranfield, Bedford
14 Dec 2017
End of advertisement period
15 Jan 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Lecturer in Cyber Security (Post 2) (2576) 

Organisation    Cranfield University
School/Department    Centre for Electronic Warfare, Information and Cyber
Based at     Shrivenham, Oxfordshire - Cranfield Defence and Security 
Hours of work   37 hours per week, normally worked Monday to Friday 
Contract type   Permanent
Salary   £41,770 to £46,560 per annum (with additional performance related pay up to £58,200 per annum)
Apply by   15/01/2018 

Cranfield is an exclusively postgraduate university that is a global leader for education and transformational research in technology and management. Cranfield University’s School of Defence and Security (CDS) is undergoing exciting strategic change with growth opportunities for academic staff.   
The Centre for Electronic Warfare, Information & Cyber is Cranfield's focal point for research, education and consultancy into electronic attack, electronic protection and electronic warfare support, information and all aspects of cyber and cyber systems. Our capabilities are widely respected within the defence and security sector, serving an extensive range of students, clients and organisations.    

The Lecturer in Cyber Security will be responsible for:

  • Generating and collaborating in bids for research funding to various bodies including research councils, industry and government.
  • Supervising post-graduate students at Masters and Doctoral level.
  • The ongoing development and delivery of a range of educational interventions, in particular MSc modules, on the Cyber Masters Programme and MSc Information Capability Management.
  • Pursuing an active research agenda, aligned with the Centre and Group's research strategy, this will involve publishing in relevant high-quality peer-reviewed journals.
  • Enhancing the Centre and Group’s professional standing, reputation and impact. 

The post holder will have:

  • A PhD (or nearing completion) in an appropriate field.
  • Appropriate teaching experience within subject specialism and willingness to gain Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (or equivalent). 
  • Experience of research in a University/Government/Private Sector research laboratory.
  • A proven track record in publications, including four or more academic journal papers. 

Interviews will be held 6 February 2018.