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Lecturer (Cyber Security)

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Job Details

  • £34,520 - £39,992
  • Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester
  • Closes 27th November 2017
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Lecturer (Cyber Security)



£34,520 - £39,992

Reference: T2-80366960-02

Manchester Metropolitan University is one of the UK's largest and most popular Universities. Computing, Mathematics and Digital Technology is a large and successful School in the Faculty of Science and Engineering. It is committed to delivering high quality teaching, world leading and internationally excellent research and working with industry. The School saw improvements in REF 2014 outcomes in all the units of assessments in which members were submitted, and we are aiming to improve further the quality and volume of research for the next research assessment exercise. The School has a long track record of securing grants from research councils, EU and government backed bodies like Innovate UK. The School works closely with employers, particularly in the region's vibrant digital sector, on funded projects.


You will be an active researcher in cyber security who would be able to contribute to research areas within the Informatics Research Centre. You will collaborate with colleagues at Manchester Metropolitan and maintain and establish new research links with the wider research community.

You will teach on undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the School using pedagogic approaches that deliver a first-class student experience and undertake high quality research in a topic relevant to the School. You will receive support that will enable you to develop your research including applying for funding. You will teach in the area of Computer Science that is aligned with your research and expertise, but will also be expected to contribute flexibly to teaching.

Ideal Candidate

We are seeking applications from individuals who have expertise in a research area within the broad area of cyber security with a proven publication record which will complement research within the School and the Informatics Research Centre.

You will have a PhD in Computer Science or a related discipline and have a well-defined research plan. The ideal candidate will have a strong commitment to advancing existing research areas in the School and be capable of delivering a high-quality student experience.


Manchester Metropolitan University is committed to creating a diverse environment where everybody is treated with dignity, fairness and respect. We welcome applications from all potential candidates.

Closing Date: 27th November 2017

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