GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT (0.5 FTE) (UN1660) - Computing, University of Northampton


£25,513 - £31,342 per annum, pro rata
Avenue Campus
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The Department of Computing & Immersive Technology is looking for an enthusiastic and committed individual who can contribute to our teaching and related activities in support our MEng/MSc/BEng/BSc Computing provision.

You should be a highly motivated individual, able to contribute teaching on these programmes. A willingness and ability to teach on a range of Computing “core” modules would be expected. Additionally the successful applicant will also be expected to contribute to two or more specific teaching areas, and these are Media Technology, Computer Systems Engineering, Embedded Systems, Software Engineering, Web Technology & Security. You should have a relevant UK degree in technical computing (ideally from the University of Northampton).
As well as making a full contribution to the teaching of computing and related activities across the undergraduate and possibly postgraduate levels, you may be expected to contribute to other areas of activity in the School of Science & Technology.

This post will maintain a teaching commitment as required by the Head of Department and Dean of School, including preparation and delivery of teaching materials as appropriate, preparation and assessment of coursework produced by students and preparation and marking of examinations.

The successful candidate will register for a PhD with the School of Science & Technology (a reduction in fees or fee waiver may be possible).

Please note: You must be a recent graduate of the University of Northampton BSc Computing (Conditional on graduating ≤ 5 years, attained 1 or 2:1) or a current University of Northampton BSc Computing (Conditional on attaining 1 or 2:1 in May/June 2015).

Interview Date:                      Wednesday 20 May 2015 
Proposed start Date:            1 September 2015

All candidates will be asked to provide proof of eligibility to work in the UK at interview.The University of Northampton as an employer strives to achieve diversity among its staff which reflects the communities it serves.

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