Lectureships in Computer Science



Applications are invited for three Lectureships in Computer
Science available from October 1995, or as soon as possible thereafter.
One post is available for three years and the others for five years,
in the first instance. There is the possibility of a permanent
contract for an exceptionally well qualified candidate.

Applicants should be qualified to Ph.D. level and should be able to
teach across a range of topics and levels (including first-year)
within the subject. Successful candidates will have an excellent
research record. One post has been created in connection with the
recent appointment of Professor Samson Abramsky to a newly established
Chair in Theoretical Computer Science; for the second post, the
Department is anxious to strengthen its teaching in parallel and
distributed systems; the third is open to candidates well qualified in
teaching and research in any area of Computer Science.

Salary on the scale 15,154-19,848 pounds p.a. with placement according
to age, qualifications and experience.

Further particulars including details of the application procedure may
be obtained from our world-wide-web page http://www.dcs.ed.ac.uk or
from the Personnel Office, 1 Roxburgh Street, Edinburgh EH8 9TB or Tel
: 0131 650 2511 (24 hour answering service).  Please quote reference
xxxxxxxx.  Closing date for applications is Monday 31st July 1995.