The Department of History, Politics and War Studies is looking to appoint a Lecturer in Cyber Warfare.
You will contribute to the provision of high-quality teaching, research and course development and the enhancement of academic performance, student achievement and satisfaction. This position is permanent, part-time (0.5 post) at City Campus.
We invite applications from candidates with teaching and research expertise in cyber warfare, digital conflict, and information security. You will play a key role in promoting new perspectives, sources and approaches within our existing and future teaching and will complement and broaden our global coverage of conflict, class, gender, generations, communities, and consumption. This is an exciting opportunity to develop our work towards diversifying and decolonising the curriculum.
You will be committed to the organization and delivery of: War Studies; Air, Space and Cyber Power Studies; and International Relations programs at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. As a research-active scholar, you will also be working with a well-established, successful, and growing REF unit of assessment, and will have the potential to attract external research funding and supervise postgraduate students.
Please note we are unable to support applicants who require visa sponsorship for this part-time role as it does not meet the minimum salary threshold.
Informal inquiries can be directed to Dr David Hussey, Head of Department of History, Politics and War Studies Email DP Hussey@wlv.ac.uk.
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As part of our commitment to ensure the diversity of our staff body reflects those of the students and local communities we serve, we particularly welcome applications from candidates of Black, Asian, or Ethnic Minority heritage, and candidates who are Disabled (including people who may not define themselves as disabled, but nevertheless encounter challenges).