Lecturer (ALB) Teaching & Research – CISCO
Curtin University

School of Electrical Engineering, Computing and Mathematical Sciences

Closing date: 29th May 2020

Curtin University and Cisco have a standing strategic alliance which aligns the two organisations for the purpose of developing, executing and promoting mutually beneficial research and collaborative projects. As part of these collaboration projects, a recently signed Research Collaboration Agreement, commits the two organisations to establish a Centre aimed at contributing to, and becoming a recognised leader in, the intent based networking field.

The partnership will establish a Cisco Centre for Networks with dedicated academic staff and a Cisco DNA lab environment. This Centre is embedded in the School of Electrical Engineering, Computing and Mathematical Sciences at Curtin University, with strong links to the Optus Centre for AI, Curtin Institute of Computation, Industry Technical Training Centres and Innovation Central Perth and the Hive. The alliance will leverage synergies between CurtinÕs excellent research, teaching and learning capabilities, and CiscoÕs market-leading technology and network capabilities.

Your new role

As a Lecturer, you will build on the training/educational component of the Research Collaboration by developing intent-based network curriculum for high quality online (MOOC) courses, while assisting in the delivery of online modules, lectures and tutorial classes, in core areas of Electrical Engineering.

This practical based role will contribute to the development of intelligent networks, networking automation (self-diagnosis, self-adapting and self-healing networks), improving network resilience, minimising the risk of change and improved cyber security practises.

This fantastic and rare opportunity will allow the successful candidate to work independently, developing new online material focusing on advancing network technology, whilst playing a significant role at a dynamic institution, and be part of a team with a passion for teaching and research.

For more information and to apply, click here.

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