Vacancies & Studentships
Graduate Teaching Assistant (3 years, part-time in conjunction with full-time PhD)
We seek talented, passionate candidates to undertake PhD research in computer science and provide assistance to academic staff in a part-time Graduate Teaching Assistant role. The post holder will be registered as a research (PhD) student within the Department for the period of employment with registration fees waived. The closing date for applications is 2nd May 2021. Full details
Senior Lecturer in Computer Science
Are you passionate about expanding computer science to reach more students by developing new programmes and novel delivery models? Do you have experience of online programme development and provision? Are you attracted to working for a leading London University with a unique mission for widening participation? Are you committed to excellence in research in computer science?
Birkbeck, University of London has recently partnered with University of London Worldwide (UoLWW) to develop a series of online Masters programmes, aimed at both domestic and international audiences, specifically the postgraduate adult, professional, part-time learner. This includes an MSc programme in Computer Science based in the Department of Computer Science and Information Systems.
The Department aims to recruit a director to lead on the development of this programme, to convene online modules, provide academic oversight post-launch, and manage a teaching team and administration processes. As a core member of our academic staff you will also contribute to the full range of activities within the department including a strong research culture, face-to-face teaching, administration, knowledge transfer, and public engagement.
Deadline for applications: 28-Mar-2021
Diversity100 PhD Studentships
Birkbeck is offering five studentships for PhD students starting their studies in Autumn 2020. These scholarships actively address under-representation at the highest level of research, and encourage BAME students to consider academic research in all disciplines. Successful candidates will have a strong academic background and/or exceptional research potential.
More information on how to apply here.