The IoC and our partners will be recruiting a wide range of staff. Current opportunities are listed below and are updated frequently, so please visit us regularly if you are interested in joining this exciting venture.
Applications can be made via the individual institution’s own website.
/Technocamps/IoC-in-Wales Teaching FellowsTechnocamps is a pan-Wales schools and community outreach programme based at Swansea University but with hubs at all of the Universities throughout Wales. Its aim is to encourage an increase in the number of pupils who opt to study computer science and its cognate STEM subjects. Technocamps leads on the IoC-in-Wales programme, backed by a £1.2M grant from HEFCW.
We are looking to appoint up to four Teaching Fellows who will split their time evenly between (a) delivering computing workshops to schools and (a) delivering modules on our Degree Apprenticeship BSc in Applied Software Engineering. An ideal candidate is a new graduate with a 1st-class degree in Computer Science or a closely-related subject (demonstrating mastery of all relevant topics) who has a burning desire to teach. Enrolling onto a PGCHE programme would be expected. The posts are fixed term in the first instance to 31 March 2021 (the end of the IoC in Wales grant) but are expected to be extended.