Lecturer in Cyber Security at Open University

A new lecturer position is available at Open University. Applications should be sent before February 01, 2019.

Since its inception, The Open University (OU) has focussed on innovation in teaching and learning, with a track record of providing, inspiring, world-leading programmes of higher education for students who learn at a distance. Building on award-winning initiatives such as the OpenSTEM Labs, the University is deepening its commitment to delivering the highest quality teaching through a significant, student-centred, investment programme. This will provide rewarding academic career paths that are focused on world-class teaching and scholarship, and will be aimed at strengthening our leadership in the field of digital innovation.

We aim to appoint inspiring and innovative teachers and scholars who enjoy developing novel approaches to teaching and working collaboratively with colleagues. The successful candidates will join a team working on transformative new approaches to teaching and learning in relation to cyber security, contributing to our leadership of the "University Learners" theme of the Institute of Coding (, and complementing the school's internationally leading research in the field.

You will have a PhD or substantial experience in an area related to Cyber Security. You will have an understanding of Educational and study needs of Students. The ability to work innovatively, adaptively and responsive to multidisciplinary teams. Have good organisational skills and a strong commitment to the aims, ethos and values of the Open University


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