Applications are invited for a permanent Senior Lectureship in Cyber Security to work within the USW’s National Cyber Security Academy. The Applied Cyber Security course forms part of a suite of programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level within the School’s portfolio and offers a more project-based approach to teaching and learning than a traditional degree.
The School of Computing & Mathematics is one of the largest Cyber Security education providers in the UK and has recently achieved the NCSC’s Gold Standard as an Academic Centre for Excellence in Cyber Security Education and is winner, for the second year running of the Cyber University of the year award.
The School is seeking to appoint a permanent senior lectureship and the role will involve delivery of modules within the Cyber Security section, specifically in one or more of the CyBOK knowledge areas of risk management & governance, security operations & incident management, software security, secure software lifecycle or network security. Applicants are asked to map their knowledge to the CyBOK areas during the application process.
The successful candidate will have a relevant PhD or be in the final stages of completion, demonstrable teaching experience, relevant recent academic research publications and be committed to excellence in research informed teaching. Along with excellent communication skills a commitment to high quality teaching, candidates should also be able to demonstrate their commitment to outreach and third mission activities.
This position is based at Newport campus of the University of South Wales, but the successful applicant will be expected to allocate time at our Treforest campus.
The terms and conditions of the post (including grade and salary) will be those of the University of South Wales.
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