The consortium is recruiting a wide range of staff over the coming months. These opportunities are listed below and will be 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.
Senior Lecturer/Lecturer, Faculty of Engineering and Environment
We are currently seeking to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer who will contribute to our IoC activity as well as to the broader set of research, teaching and knowledge exchange activities of the department. High quality candidates with any expertise relevant to the Department of Computer & Information Sciences are welcome to apply. We have particular strengths in Cyber Security and Networked Systems, HCI, Social Computing, Computational Intelligence and Visual Computing, Information Management and Data Analytics, given the nature of this post we also welcome applications from those with a broader computer science background.£35,210 - £50,132
Executive Officer - Fixed Term
The recently formed Institute of Coding is keen to recruit an experienced Executive Officer to join its friendly and dynamic team. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a new team leading a national initiative to improve digital skills across the country. Your role will be to provide pro-active and high level support to the Institute of Coding Director. You will have significant experience of working in an administrative role, including providing one-to one support at a senior level either within Higher Education, or in a similarly complex organisation with multiple stakeholders.Starting from £33,199, rising to £39,609
Post Graduate Assistant in Cyber Education
We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic high-quality graduate who can support research and teaching in cyber education as part of our commitment to the Institute of Coding. The successful candidate will work jointly with School of Education and the School of Business & Technology supporting the University’s commitment to the Institute of Coding project. The post’s primary role would be to analyse the gap between graduate computing skills and those required by teachers. A cyber computing curriculum will be developed to address the skills gap in the form of CPD for teachers and a programme of outreach delivery for secondary school pupils.Grade 6 £26,495 - £31,604
Teaching Fellow (Institute of Coding) x3 posts
Based within the School of Computing you will be responsible for the development of new postgraduate and CPD programmes that are industry and employability focused. You will initially work on programmes in cyber security, data science and/or computing for non-specialists. This gives you an opportunity to be innovative and creative in the programme definition and delivery. You will work closely with academic colleagues and with experts and support staff within the University. You will also collaborate with colleagues across the nation-wide consortium and with external partners.£30,395 to £39,610