Beijing University of Technology (BJUT) and University College Dublin (UCD) have agreed to work towards the establishment of a new world-class institution of higher education that will have a particular focus on the formation of graduates with the creative, innovation and entrepreneurial skills to thrive in an increasingly globalised knowledge- and technology-intensive society. The Beijing-Dublin International College (BDIC) is a recognised College of BJUT and UCD, offering dual degrees in Software Engineering and The Internet of Things (Engineering). The School of Computer Science is delivering modules in both these programmes and is now recruiting lecturers to work on these programmes. The post-holders will undertake teaching duties in BDIC on both Programmes. In addition to lecturing within the School and supervising undergraduate and postgraduate projects, the successful candidate will contribute to sustaining and developing the Schools undergraduate and Masters-level.
Award of a PhD degree in Computer Science or a closely-related discipline.A demonstrated track record of teaching at third-level. A demonstrated track record of research achievement in areas relevant to the School s interests, as evidenced by scientific publications in peer-reviewed journals and international conferences. Evidence of potential to supervise PhD students, Excellent organisational skills and the ability to both use initiative and work collaboratively as part of a team.