Lecturer in Networks and Cyber Security (CDT16-02)
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Type: Academic | Department: School of Computing & Digital Technologies | Location: Stoke campus | Closing Date: 01 Mar 2017 |
The School of Computing and Digital Technologies at Staffordshire University has an exciting award portfolio comprising a range of highly successful undergraduate and postgraduate programmes delivered on-campus, at overseas partners, and via distance learning, all with a key focus on practical scholarship, industry relevance and employability.
The School is keen to appoint an enthusiastic individual who will contribute to academic development in the areas of cyber and network security. It is expected that you would have a record of research in the area of cyber or network security and have the potential to develop academic and research leadership in these areas. You would be expected to engage with enterprise activity and support/lead on research bids. In addition, it is essential that you have a willingness to develop your professional certification status in the area of cyber and network security to support embedding of such certification syllabi in the curriculum.
The team of staff you would be joining teach and support the delivery of modules both on campus and by distance learning, in the area of cyber and network security. Supporting distance, blended and work-based modes of learning will be an element of the teaching support. You should have expertise in either cyber security at both technical and policy levels and/or technical networking and network security to at least Cisco CCNA or equivalent level.
You will be student focused, team-orientated and flexible with excellent communication, interpersonal, organisational and presenting skills. You will have a first degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline and possess, or be nearing completion, of a related postgraduate degree. Recent experience of teaching and assessing in HE in either face to face or distance learning mode is desirable, as is experience of module leadership and development.