CRANFIELD UNIVERSITY

Teaching Fellow in Digital Forensics

Location
Cranfield, Bedford
Salary
£32,656 per annum to £36,399 per annum
Posted
20 Aug 2018
End of advertisement period
23 Sep 2018
Ref
2794
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

The Digital Forensics Unit is in a fast moving academic and practical arena, with sought after expertise and considerable credentials in the area of forensic computing. The MSc in Digital Forensics has become the first digital forensic course to gain full GCHQ accreditation. Cranfield is the recognised leader in this field. We are looking for two Teaching Fellows to deliver cutting edge lectures and courses.

Organisation   Cranfield University

School/Department   Centre for Electronic Warfare, Information and Cyber

Based at  Cranfield or Shrivenham, Oxfordshire
Hours of work  37 hours per week
Contract type  Permanent
Salary  £32,656 per annum to £36,399 per annum (with additional performance related pay up to £45,499 per annum)
Apply by   23/09/2018

Role Description

The Digital Forensics Unit is in a fast moving academic and practical arena, with sought after expertise and considerable credentials in the area of forensic computing. The MSc in Digital Forensics has become the first digital forensic course to gain full GCHQ accreditation. Cranfield is the recognised leader in this field.

Main responsibilities include: 

  • Maintain the success of Digital Forensics through delivery of lectures, seminars, practicals and assessments in Forensic Computing and Computer Science 
  • Design, develop and manage further modules, short courses and Masters programs in related areas
  • Teach and examine courses with own subject area and specialism to all levels 
  • Plan and carry out research and analysis in Digital Forensics and Computer Science

You will have at least a degree level education in a related area. An MSc or PhD is desirable. You must have some research experience together with some appropriate teaching experience within subject specialism.

Work/practitioner based Digital Forensics experience is a must as is experience of writing and delivering either academic papers to a peer reviewed environment or Case Reports/Expert Witness Statements.

You must have extensive knowledge of at least two of: Digital Forensics, Computer Security, Computer Architecture, Binary level File systems, Computer Networks or computer forensic examination techniques.

At Cranfield we value Diversity and Inclusion, and aim to create and maintain a culture in which everyone can work and study together harmoniously with dignity and respect and realise their full potential.

Interviews will be held: 17 & 18 October 2018