The departments associated with Computer Science at TU Delft are seeking a highly motivated and passionate individual to fill the position of Lecturer.
As a Lecturer, the candidate will be responsible for (co-)teaching high-quality instructions in the Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) BSc program, contribute to the overall educational environment, and join the CSE Teaching Team, a dynamic team committed to excellence in teaching and education.
The candidate will (co-)teach BSc-level courses. This includes preparing and delivering lectures, designing and/or improving course materials, organizing practical sessions, leading discussions, assessing student performance, and providing constructive feedback.
In the CSE Teaching Team, the faculty use innovative teaching methods and technologies to stimulate student engagement and success. In the CSE program, all courses are taught by a team of lecturers, thus good cooperation skills are essential.
Duration: The position has a fixed-term contract of 3 years.
A salary according to the Collective Labor Agreement of the Dutch Universities
- A gross monthly salary of € 3.226–€ 5.090
- plus an 8% holiday allowance and an end-of-year bonus of 8.3%.
- Excellent pension scheme via the ABP.
- The possibility to compile an individual employment package every year.
- Discount with health insurers.
- Flexible working week.
- Plenty of opportunities exist for education, training, and courses.
- Partially paid parental leave
- Attention for working healthy and energetically with the Vitality program.
The position, Lecturer: Teaching the Next Generation of Computer Science Students seek applicants who
- Are passionate about teaching and education. Prior teaching experience is appreciated, but not required.
- have completed an MSc in Computer Science. A PhD is appreciated, but not required.
- have affinity with and enthusiasm for (some selected) topics taught in the first years of the Computer Science and Engineering BSc programme, like algorithms, databases, software engineering, programming, artificial intelligence, computer networks, multimedia processing, etc.
- The working language is English, and expect a good command of the language.
- have good interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to work effectively with diverse groups of students, faculty, and staff.
Interested applicants should submit the following documents:
- A teaching statement that explains your approach to teaching large-scale classes in terms of your teaching philosophy, preferred delivery method, suggestions for interactivity, etc
To apply for the Lecturer: Teaching the Next Generation of Computer Science Students!, click here.
Deadline: October 22, 2023.
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