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The Graduate School includes all postgraduates at Imperial College London, totalling approximately 7,500 students.  In 2018-19 there were circa 9000 student attendances at Graduate School courses. The School’s core functions are to lead on postgraduate education policy, to deliver an innovative suite of professional development opportunities to both Master’s and research students, and to support the postgraduate student experience by…

Job listing information

  • Reference PRO00261
  • Date posted 8 May 2019
  • Closing date 26 May 2019

Job summary

The Graduate School includes all postgraduates at Imperial College London, totalling approximately 7,500 students.  In 2018-19 there were circa 9000 student attendances at Graduate School courses.

The School’s core functions are to lead on postgraduate education policy, to deliver an innovative suite of professional development opportunities to both Master’s and research students, and to support the postgraduate student experience by championing the development of research student communities, delivering the College’s doctoral student coaching programme and by hosting College-wide postgraduate events which stimulate interdisciplinary connections.

The Graduate School is recruiting a Teaching Fellow to join the Research Computing Skills Unit.

Duties and responsibilities

You will deliver a suite of research computing workshops and will contribute to the creation of online training resources.  The candidate will work with students, colleagues in the Graduate School and academic staff to help shape the development of the programme. You will also be close liaison with the EPSRC Centres for Doctoral Training to deliver bespoke research computing skills training.

Essential requirements

You must have extensive experience with research computing methods acquired in the context of research project(s).  This involves good programming and scripting skills and Linux environment proficiency.  Experience with parallel computing and numerical methods is desirable.  Teaching experience is preferable but more importantly, you should have a willingness to develop, improve and reflect upon your teaching skills.

Further information

To make informal enquiries about the post, please contact Mrs Laura Lane, Head of Strategy and Operations, the Graduate School: l.lane@imperial.ac.uk

For technical queries please email: recruitment@imperial.ac.uk

CVs submitted without a completed application form will not be considered.

Interviews will be held on June 6th and June 7th 2019

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Teaching Fellow – Research Computing Skills

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