Four lectureships in Nottingham

Dear all,

We are currently advertising four new lectureships in Nottingham.  
There are no particular research areas specified for these positions,
but applications from type systems researchers would be most welcome.

Graham Hutton



	School of Computer Science and Information Technology
			  Four lectureships

Applications are  invited for the  above posts in a  rapidly expanding
School   based   at   one   of   the   UK's   strongest   research-led
universities. The School was graded  4 in the 1996 Research Assessment
Exercise and is  now building up its research  strengths for a further
improvement in  grade.  These posts are  part of a  steady increase in
the  size of the  School accompanied  by a  move to  new purpose-built
accommodation  in September 1999.  Although the  successful candidates
will have the opportunity of  teaching within their specialist area at
undergraduate and postgraduate level, there will also be a requirement
to teach  general computer science and  information technology modules
outside of any particular specialisation.

Candidates should already  have a PhD in computer  science, or another
closely related discipline, together  with strong evidence of existing
research  work  and the  potential  for  future  research at  Grade  5
level.  Outstanding  candidates will  be  welcomed  from  any area  of
computer science.

Salary will  be within  the range #17,238  - #30,065 per  annum (under
review), depending on qualifications and experience.

Informal enquiries  may be addressed to  Professor P H  Ford, tel: +44
(0)115  951   4251  or  Email:   Peter.Ford@Nottingham.ac.uk.  Further
information   about  the   School  is   available  on   the   WWW  at:

Further details and application forms are available from the Personnel
Office,  Highfield  House, The  University  of Nottingham,  University
Park, Nottingham  NG7 2RD, United  Kingdom. Tel: +44 (0)115  951 5927.
Fax: +44 (0)115 951 5205. Email: Carole.Matthews@Nottingham.ac.uk.

Please quote ref. LEG/510.  Closing date: 23rd June 2000.