Computer Science Technician
Application closing date
Technical Services grade 5 from £27979 to £32982 per annum. Subject to annual pay award.
School of Science
Full time annd open ended.
‘We are seeking to appoint a highly skilled and experienced technical tutor to support computational activities across the departments in the School of Science (Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematical Sciences and Mathematics Education).
Within the Science technical team, the Computer Science Technician will work closely with the Technical Tutors to provide support to staff and students in the use of computational facilities and to exploit new technologies to develop innovative tools and resources. The post holder will be involved in the development and maintenance of devices to support teaching and research (such as robots and embedded systems), development and implementation of bespoke computer programs and providing technical support for student projects.
The successful candidate will be a self-motivated individual, who is able to work independently and is keen to continuously research and learn new technologies. The Computer Science Technician will be required to provide support across a number of projects, with competing deadlines and demands on their time. They will deploy their in-depth knowledge of technical practices, methods and procedures gained through experience and/or formal qualification to provide high quality technical support.
Informal enquiries should be made to Steve Elliott, Technical Facilities Manager by email on [email protected] or by phone on +44 (0) 1509 222595'
Closing date for applications is 01/12/2023, please follow the link for further info.
Computer Science Technician
November 16, 2023
December 01, 2023
About the employer
The history of Loughborough University can be traced back to the establishment of a small technical institute in 1909. Originally, Loughborough University of Technology provided education only in technical subjects like art and science. The university was given its current name in 1996. Currently, the university has 22 academic schools and departments, over 100 research groups, institutes and centers, and over 35 professional services, teams.
Located in the center of Loughborough, UK, the university campus covers an area of 440 acres. The campus has a world-class infrastructure and provides a plethora of facilities like huge lecture theatres, a well-stocked library, well-equipped laboratories, an extensive IT network, a conference center, excellent accommodation, and Loughborough Students' Union. The university also has an arts center, a bank, a health center, two theatres, restaurants, and some shops. Also, it provides the students with excellent sports facilities. The university has a postgraduate campus in London too. Both the campuses have won many awards and rankings for the facilities they offer.
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