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Job Opportunities at the University of Lincoln | Academic

Latest job vacancies at University of Lincoln


College Director of Education and Students (COS194B)

Wed, 07 Mar 2018 00:00:00 GMT

In the heart of a thriving, beautiful, safe and friendly city sits the University of Lincoln, a forward-thinking, ambitious institution. Our understanding of the world is furthered by first class research. Our team never accept the ordinary in inspiring the next generation through truly student-focused learning. Through continuous change, innovation and improvement, we’re on the fast track to achieving our ambitions. We’re looking for like-minded individuals to join us and achieve theirs too.

The College of Science is seeking a new Director of Education and Students to oversee the strategic development of the student experience within the College. The College is rapidly developing and dynamic, with a commitment to providing outstanding education in core scientific disciplines and professions.

As a member of the College Leadership Team, and reporting to the Pro Vice Chancellor, you will play a key role in defining, implementing and monitoring our Education Strategy.

You will be an experienced academic in a relevant discipline, with a driving commitment to excellence in teaching and learning, the vision and experience to develop an innovative strategy in all aspects of student education, and the skills to influence, motivate and inspire academic staff to fulfil that vision. Your background will include academic management, substantial experience as an outstanding teacher, innovation in teaching and learning and leadership of others.

This post provides an opportunity for a senior academic with a strong track record in teaching and learning to develop a managerial career at associate dean level. A Chair is available to candidates with an appropriate track record in pedagogical or subject area research.

The Director will also be associated with of one of the College’s Schools (Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Geography, Life Sciences, Lincoln Institute of Agri-Food Technology, Mathematics and Physics, National Centre for Food Manufacturing, Pharmacy) dedicating up to 20% of their time to academic duties in the school.

As a member of the Athena SWAN Charter we are committed to advancing gender equality in STEM, therefore female applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please contact the University's appointed adviser, Imogen Wilde, at Anderson Quigley on +44(0)7864 652 633 for an informal conversation about this opportunity.

Closing Date: 22 Apr 2018
Category: Academic

Senior Lecturer in Education (CSS133A)

Tue, 06 Mar 2018 00:00:00 GMT

Due to expansion the School of Education at the University of Lincoln is seeking to appoint a Senior Lecturer. The School is a vibrant and intellectually stimulating environment for postgraduate teaching and research that has recently expanded with the introduction of a successful MA Education and two new undergraduate programmes (BA Education, and BSc Education and Psychology) that start in September 2018. We are a thriving and growing department looking to recruit a person who is enthusiastic about both educational research and teaching. Whilst our current research interests within the School include, for example, academic freedom, educational leadership, higher education policy, and science education we are happy to consider applicants who either share these interests or who feel that their research would complement our existing areas.

Closing Date: 25 Mar 2018
Category: Academic

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Computer Science (Games Computing) (COS112A)

Mon, 05 Feb 2018 00:00:00 GMT

Lecturer salary from £32,548Senior Lecturer salary from £37,706The School of Computer Science at the University of Lincoln has an opening for a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Games Computing. The post holder will have the opportunity to contribute to the establishment of our newly created Games Research Network ( and to the delivery and development of our expanding Games Computing curriculum at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.Games Research @ Lincoln takes a strong interdisciplinary perspective to the design and development of computer games with an emphasis on the player experience and processes of civic engagement. In addition, we experiment with a number of technologies including Virtual Reality, Games AI, and Computer Graphics. We have a proven track record of producing novel research, high quality outputs, and extended collaborative engagements. The Lincoln Games Network ( comprises academics from different schools, including Computer Science, Performance, Media, and Design. The post holder will have the benefit of the additional support and resources that the network provides and will be expected to contribute to our ongoing research strategy. Teaching activities will be integrated in and add to our portfolio of applied games development modules, and modules exploring games design. We currently run a very successful BSc Game Computing programme, and aim to start our new MSc programme in Game Computing in the next academic year. Relevant teaching activities that the post-holder will contribute towards include delivery of games development modules based on core computer science competencies. Accordingly, the post-holder will be expected to demonstrate a sound technical understanding of the implementation of games. In addition, there will be scope to contribute towards the development of new technical modules and to explore cross-disciplinary delivery in collaboration with other schools of the University. The post holder may also be asked to contribute to the delivery of generic computer science modules when required by the School, and some relevant experience will be valued. The School operates through a notional workload allocation model of teaching 40%, research 40% and administration 20%. For early careers academics, the administrative duties are kept to a minimum throughout the induction period.  All lecturers are expected to develop their craft as a teacher and the University provides support and training for those new to lecturing. This includes mentorship, professional development guidance and support towards achieving HEA qualification. The post holder will furthermore be required to carry out additional activities in support of the academic mission of the School, which will include the pastoral support of undergraduate and postgraduate students.We are keen to hear from both experienced academics with a proven track record, and early-career researchers looking to develop their career in a supportive, collaborative environment. Industry games development experience will also be viewed favourably. Closing Date: 25 Mar 2018 Category: Academic [...]