JOB VACANCY: 2 Lecturers in Information Systems (IS) VC2020, De Montfort University, UKNews | 14-02-2018 14:26
As part of the VC2020 lectureship programme, De Montfort University (UK) are looking for two outstanding new Lecturers in Information Systems.
DMU was awarded Gold in the recent Teaching Excellence Framework. This achievement recognises a range of strengths for which DMU has become well-known teaching excellence, an outstanding student experience, high student employability, a wide range of volunteering opportunities, a determination to widen participation in higher education, and an unwavering commitment to improving student achievement.
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The School of Computer Science and Informatics offers industry standard facilities like our Cyber Security Centre and works with partners like Airbus and Deloitte. A researched environment, the School of Engineering and Sustainable Development equips students with the skills and specialist knowledge to solve real-world problems.
You will be expected to have some teaching experience and teach across a wide portfolio of information systems topics including Project Management, Systems Analysis and Design, Database and Service Management and Business Intelligence/Data Analytics. Familiarity with PRINCE, ITIL and/or SAS would be an advantage, as would a background in research in information systems. You will also be expected to engage with the Information Society Doctoral Programme (ISDP), and the supervision of undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations.
You will have a PhD in an appropriate information systems area, and be publishing or seeking to publish in internationally excellent journals. On appointment you will develop a research portfolio, working towards submission in the next REF. Information Systems research work is situated under the umbrella of the Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility (CCSR), and applicants would be welcomed as CCSR members and to contribute to its work and objectives.
This position is an ideal next step if you are in the early stages of your career.
The School is highly collegiate and appropriate training and support will be offered to aid your development. The role will attract a 50% time allocation for research and scholarly activity for the first year in post.
To discuss the post further applicants can contact Professor Bernd Stahl, Director of the CCSR (on 0116 207 8252 or email@example.com) or Professor Helge Janicke, Head of School of Computer Science and Informatics (on 0116 257 7617 or firstname.lastname@example.org).