Vacancy: full time, permanent, Lecturer in Web Technologies, Edinburgh Napier University

The School of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University is currently recruiting. Please pass the message on!

We are seeking to fill a vacancy for a full-time permanent lecturer post (grade 6, £40,322-£49,553). The job is advertised on as ‘Lecturer in Web Technologies’, and on the Edinburgh Napier University careers page, with a deadline for applications of Monday 23rd September 2019.

The successful candidate will have expertise in web development, digital content development, and interaction design, and will undertake teaching and research alongside colleagues in the Creative and Social Informatics group within the School of Computing. The Creative and Social Informatics group is one of three focus areas of the School for our research and teaching. (The others are Software Engineering, and Computer Networks and Security.)

He/she will be expected to contribute to the research activities of the Interaction Design and Creativity Group or the User Experience and Evaluation Group (both of which are situated within the Creative and Social Informatics focus area, alongside the Centre for Social Informatics). 30% of the role is related to research.

In terms of teaching, the person appointed will develop and deliver modules in subject areas such as practical interaction design and web technologies, and lead our successful undergraduate Web Design and Development degree programme.

Interviews for this role will be held on Friday 18th October 2019.

Further details of the knowledge, skills and experience required for the post are given in the job profile. NB by the time of appointment, the successful candidate will be expected to have completed a PhD in a relevant discipline.

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