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Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Natural Language Processing

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Join an organisation that is shaping the future direction of computing in Australia in a role that conducts independent research and delivers excellent teaching in Natural Language Processing.

Job Details

  • Salary
    • Lecturer – Level B, $111,563 to $131,517 per annum + 17% superannuation
    • Senior Lecturer – Level C, $135,504 to $155,460 per annum + 17% superannuation
  • Full time
  • 5-year Convertible Tenure Track (CTT)
  • Location: Kensington – Sydney, Australia

The Opportunity

Join the School of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) as a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer. You will be conducting independent research and delivering excellent teaching in broad area of Natural Language Processing (NLP), including in related areas such as language modelling, natural language understanding, computational linguistics, text mining, information extraction, machine learning/deep learning, and the broader AI fields and applications.

This is an opportunity to join an organisation that is helping to shape the future direction of computing in Australia. The students and research produced in CSE can impact the world!

The School

Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) in the Faculty of Engineering at UNSW is one of the largest Schools of its kind in Australia, please visit 


UNSW is currently implementing a ten-year strategy to 2025 and our ambition for the next decade is nothing less than to establish UNSW as Australia’s global university.

Skills & Experience

Lecturer (Level B)

  • PhD in Computer Science or relevant discipline.
  • Demonstrated experience in any area related to Computer Science, particularly in the broad of natural language processing, including but not limited to language modelling, computational linguistics, text mining, information extraction, and machine learning/deep learning.
  • Demonstrated track record in research with outcomes of high quality and high impact with clear evidence of the desire and ability to continually achieve research excellence as well as the capacity for research leadership.
  • Demonstrated ability and willingness to deliver high quality and innovative teaching and student experience to both undergraduate and postgraduate students.
  • A track record of significant involvement with the profession and/or industry.
  • High level communication skills and ability to network effectively and interact with a diverse range of students and staff.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a team, collaborate across disciplines and build effective relationships.
  • Willingness to undertake any compliance and supervisor training as required. 

Senior Lecturer (Level C) – As above and including:

  • Experience in successfully recruiting and supervising high calibre students.
  • Demonstrated ability to interact with the profession and industry.

Additional details about the specific responsibilities for this position can be found in the position description.

To Apply: If you are interested in an academic career in a role that conducts independent research and delivers excellent teaching, please click the apply button and submit your CV, Cover Letter and systematic responses to the Skills and Experience.


Eugene Aves – Talent Acquisition Consultant

E: [email protected]

Applications close: 11:50 pm (Sydney time), on Thursday 1st September 2022

UNSW is committed to equity diversity and inclusion. Applications from women, people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those living with disabilities, members of the LGBTIQ+ community; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged. UNSW provides workplace adjustments for people with disability, and access to flexible work options for eligible staff. The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment.

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