Interested in the fusion of advanced autonomous control systems and telecom networks? Passionate about shaping the future of telecom network control and management? We’re hiring a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in networks. You’ll conduct transformative research and teach in the telecom network control domain, partnering with Bristol Digital Futures Institute (BDFI) and Smart Internet Lab. Depending on your skills and qualifications, you could be considered for either a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer role. Join us to shape future networks and elevate your career.
What will you be doing?
Your diverse role includes BDFI-related projects, teaching undergraduate and postgraduate courses, supervising student projects, and globally recognized research in telecom network control and management. Collaborate with our Faculty of Engineering, focusing on high-performance computing and cyber-physical systems. You’ll have the resources and expertise to drive innovation and make a meaningful impact.
You should apply if
Ideal candidates have expertise in network control, management, and orchestration, applying these to the challenges of future telecom networks. You’ll help design blended teaching methods, supporting both in-person and online learning. We prioritize diversity and inclusivity. Building relationships within and outside the University, especially with BDFI, is key. Adaptability, efficient learning, and a PhD in related fields are required.
For a comprehensive list of requirements, see the attached job description. If this resonates with you, apply now.
Join a top-ranked UK research university, offering a hybrid work environment, competitive pay, and flexible working arrangements. Benefit from attractive perks, a strong pension scheme, and access to development and well-being programs. Embrace our inclusive culture, join diverse staff networks, and become part of a supportive community.
For informal queries please contact Reza Nejabati, 01174554299, re***********@br*****.uk
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Interviews are anticipated to be held on 16th November 2023.
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