Get a job at the educational institute

Develop Jobs: Be a senior lecturer in computer science at the University of Sunderland

The brand new Develop jobs board is home to hundreds of game job vacancies based in the UK and around the world across a plethora of different professions.

Each day we will be scouring the daily-updated jobs page for one of the top vacancies to help you find that dream job.

Today we’ll be taking a look at the role of senior lecturer in computer science and computer games programming at the University of Sunderland.

Be sure to visit our Jobs Page to take a look at further opportunities.

You can sign up to our Develop Job Alerts here.

There’s also a Develop Jobs Twitter feed as well.

Got a new job opportunity at your studio or have a new position you’d like highlighted in our daily spotlight? Please contact Alex Boucher for more details.

Best of luck!

Senior Lecturer in Computer Science / Computer Games Programming – University of Sunderland

UK – North East

The department is located within a modern, award-winning, purpose-built campus with state-of-the-art facilities. We offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses, and many of our undergraduate courses offer an optional industrial placement.

Our staff have research expertise in a wide-range of areas and are involved in a number of projects. We are a leading partner in the Sunderland Software City initiative, which aims to grow the software industry in our city and region, giving our students the chance to become the new wave of software entrepreneurs.

The role holder will provide high quality teaching in computer games programming and development to undergraduate students, be active in research and reach out activities, and contribute to the administration of modules and programmes related to the computing disciplines and games software development in particular.

For more details and to apply, click here.

Like our newly refurbished jobs board? Have any feedback for us? Let us know!

About MCV Staff

Check Also

22 fantastic winners and the lovely things people said about them – from last night’s IRL Awards

[Apologies but we don’t yet have the photos back from our photographer, so I’ve stolen …