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Lecturer in Software Development

  • Institute of Technology Sligo
  • Sligo

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The post relates primarily to the teaching, research, academic assessment and academic administrative direction of courses including:
● Bachelor of Arts/Science/Engineering degrees and related programmes (NFQ levels 6 to 9)

● Research supervision

Accredited programmes of learning are offered to full-time and part-time students (online and on-campus), in line with the Institute Strategic Plan, and to meet the educational needs of students, thereby contributing to industrial development of the region.

The Lecturer will be required to comply with the policy of the Faculty of Engineering & Design in the choice of teaching methods and technologies, and to undertake training to keep abreast of technological developments and teaching practices.
Principle Accountabilities
● Employ innovative and engaging teaching techniques to deliver teaching and supervision to undergraduates and postgraduates (including online delivery) principally in the areas of computing and cyber security
● Carry out assessment, monitoring and evaluation of examinations work, and provide academic and consultative support to students in their learning activities
● Play an active role in programme development, reviewing modules and teaching, learning and assessment strategies
● Undertake appropriate academic administrative tasks including programme management;
● Actively engage in appropriate research and scholarly activity
● Disseminate the results of research through publication in academic journals and by other appropriate means and seek research funding through national and international opportunities
● Participate in outreach activities and liaise with professional bodies and stakeholders, promoting the Faculty externally
● Participate in committees appropriate to programmes and meetings convened by Management;
● Contribute to the development, implementation and maintenance of academic quality assurance arrangements;
● Contribute to future growth and development of the Faculty
● Course development, promotion and academic management of student learning