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Lecturer or Assistant Professor in Cybersecurity - School of Sciences

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Type: Full time

UCLan Cyprus, one of the fastest developing universities in Cyprus, continues to expand its academic portfolio, and invites applications for Academic Staff to join its team.

The opening is for the appointment of a full-time Lecturer or Assistant Professor, for teaching and research as follows:


  • Lecturer or Assistant Professor in Cybersecurity


  • A PhD in Computer Science or a related field, with a significant relevance to computer security. Applications from scholars who have submitted their thesis and are awaiting their viva are accepted.
  • A record of research achievement, within the wider area of computer security.
  • For the position of Assistant Professor there is an additional requirement of at least three years of experience with teaching and supporting learning in Higher Education, as well as proven research record in the field of computer security.
  • Fluency in verbal and written English.


  • Experience with the UK Higher Education sector
  • Experience with leadership roles, such as Course Leadership.
  • Certification(s) of teaching and supporting learning in Higher Education, such as Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.
  • Experience with CPD and professional training.

These are 3-year positions in the first instance.

Further details of the position as well as application forms, job description and person specifications can be obtained from the University website:

Please send your completed UCLan Cyprus Application Form and your CV by email to:

No CVs will be accepted without a completed UCLan Cyprus Application Form.

The closing date for applications is on Friday 31st May 2024 at 12 noon.

For informal enquiries, please contact the HR Department at UCLan Cyprus, at 24694000.

UCLan Cyprus is an equal opportunity employer.

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