The key functions of this position are to teach on a range of School programmes, develop academic programmes and programme-related materials, and carry out research in areas as specified in this advert. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in computing. The current positions are in areas of data science, cybersecurity, financial technologies, computing, business computing, cloud computing, artificial intelligence.
Dean of the School of Computing
The current positions are in areas of data science, cybersecurity, financial technologies, computing, business computing, digital transformation, cloud computing, artificial intelligence.
Academic I €36,540 - €54,813
Academic II €52,780 - €79,175
The level of appointment will be commensurate with qualifications; academic experience; research output and funding.
The candidates for Academic 1 and Academic II will be screened against different criteria.
Contract: Permanent Post x 4 / 3 Year Fixed term contract x 1
Hours: Full time 35 hours per week
Annual Leave: 34 days per annum pro rata
Pension: Defined Contribution Scheme
Your CV must include the following:
To apply, please e-mail your cover letter and CV, quoting reference number: NCI 0898 to: email@example.com by 5:00 pm Friday 18th Dec 2020. Interviews will be conducted during Dec/Jan 2020.
The functions and responsibilities assigned to these roles are based on the current stated role and objectives of the College. These functions and responsibilities may alter in line with any change in the role and objectives of the College. The successful applicant will be subject to Garda Vetting and must not have any convictions under the Sex Offenders Act 2001.
National College of Ireland is an equal opportunities employer.
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|Title||Lecturer in Computing|
|Employer||National College of Ireland (NCI)|
|Job location||Mayor Street, IFSC, D01 Y300 Dublin 1|
|Published||November 24, 2020|
|Application deadline||January 29, 2021|
|Job types||Lecturer / Senior Lecturer  |
|Fields||Informatics,   Artificial Intelligence,   Cyber Security,   Information Systems (Business Informatics),   Programming Languages,   Machine Learning  |