Chair in Cyber Security
The School of Computing and Communications is making a new appointment to a Chair in Cyber Security. There is a further strategic appointment at Reader level; both will complement our recent Chair appointment focusing on the systems aspects of Cyber Security.
School of Computing and Communications
Salary: Professorial - minimum £65,113 per annum
Closing Date: Monday 31 December 2018
Interview Date: Tuesday 29 January 2019
The School of Computing and Communications is making a new appointment to a Chair in Cyber Security. There is a further strategic appointment at Reader level; both will complement our recent Chair appointment focusing on the systems aspects of Cyber Security. We particularly welcome applications from strong and collegiate individuals in areas including but not limited to: Security in Programming Languages, Experimental Aspects of Security, Formal Methods Security or Risk Analysis, Socio-Economic Aspects of Security; or aligned to existing strengths including analysis of human behaviours in the context of security, security aspects of network resilience, security of industrial control systems and IoT, big data analytics to study security and privacy issues, digital health and open online data sources, and novel privacy frameworks.
The position will have the unique opportunity to contribute to the growth and future direction of Security Lancaster, and exploit synergies with institutes of Data Science, Social Futures, Material Science, and the £41m investment in a new Digital Health campus.
The Chair must be able to address academic and external audiences to ensure success. You will inform strategy and operational policy to drive our research and education delivery, positioning the School as a leading source of expertise in the area of cyber security. The appointment will be at professorial (full or tenured) level. You will be responsible for development of a research agenda at the highest global level, in turn enhancing our reputation and attracting external stakeholder engagement.
We invite applications from candidates with appropriate specialist cyber security domain knowledge from academia, government and industry. Candidates should have an established international reputation for leadership in their field; a proven ability to develop and direct a team; to secure significant external research funding; and to generate substantial impact. We expect candidates to be committed educators and to contribute to the development of our educational portfolio, including our international partnerships.
The School strongly believes in creating an open and collaborative environment that is both highly inclusive and stimulating for career development. We are committed to family-friendly and flexible working policies on an individual basis. Learn more about equality, diversity and inclusivity at Lancaster. More information about living and working at Lancaster, can be found online.
Salary levels are negotiable based on achievements and experience.
Initial enquiries can be directed to the contact the Head of School (Professor Adrian Friday) for an informal discussion firstname.lastname@example.org +44 1524 510326).
We welcome applications from people in all diversity groups.