Associate Professor or Professor of Computer Science


Oxford University
Computer Science

Oxford Computer Science Faculty Hiring

As part of the University of Oxford’s expansion in Computer Science, the Department of Computer Science is delighted to announce 4 faculty positions for recruitment in the 2022-2023 academic year (to start by September 2023).

All four positions are as Associate Professor or Professor of Computer Science and come with a Tutorial Fellowship in one of Oxford’s colleges. Candidates are encouraged to apply for multiple positions.

  • Associate Professorship (or Professorship) in Computer Science with Tutorial Fellowship at Balliol College. For this post, we are looking for outstanding candidates in all areas of Computer Science. A specialisation in cryptography or programming languages is desirable (but is not essential).
  • Associate Professorship (or Professorship) in Computer Science with Tutorial Fellowship at Hertford College. For this post, we are looking for outstanding candidates in Artificial Intelligence or Machine Learning .
  • Associate Professorship (or Professorship) in Computer Science with Tutorial Fellowship at Magdalen College. For this post, we are looking for outstanding candidates in all areas of Computer Science. A specialisation in systems (to complement our existing research areas) is desirable (but is not essential).
  • Associate Professorship (or Professorship) in Computer Science with Tutorial Fellowship at St Hilda’s College. For this post, we are looking for outstanding candidates in Quantum Computing.
  • For further information, see here:
  • The closing date for applications (for all four posts) is 12 noon on 14 December 2022.
  • Shortlisted candidates will give research talks online during the period 14-17 February 2023 and will give online teaching presentations during the period 21-24 February.
  • Interviews will be held in person, in Oxford, as follows:
    • Magdalen College, 13 March
    • Balliol College, 14 March
    • St Hilda’s College, 15 March
    • Hertford College, 16 March