In partnership with Curtin University, Cisco is calling for applicants to the role of its recently announced Chair for Global Centre for Intent Based Networking to lead dedicated academic staff and a Cisco Digital Networking Architecture (DNA) lab environment.
This initiative is part of Cisco’s recent $61 million investment to support research and enhance collaboration with academia, government and industry, for the mutual benefit of technology and the future of Australian jobs.
The Cisco and Curtin Centre for Intent Based Networking will be embedded in the School of Electrical Engineering, Computing and Mathematical Sciences at Curtin University, with strong links to the Curtin Institute for Computation.
The Chair for Intent Based Networking will have a dedicated focus on improving network intelligence, and applying these new capabilities into specific industries; higher education, smart cities/smart campuses and industrial environments.
The role will lead and contribute to the development of intelligent networks, networking automation (self-diagnosis, self-adapting and self-healing networks), improving network resilience, minimising the risk of change and improved cyber security practises.
This rare opportunity will allow the successful candidate to play a leading role in managing a team of Post-Doctoral Fellows, PhD and Masters students. This position will be research focused with some teaching requirements.
Please review the Candidate Information Booklet for the application form, job overview, qualifications required and criteria.
The position is based in Perth, Australia. The Centre for Intent-Based Networking will be co-located on the Curtin University Perth campus. A relocation opportunity will be provided for the right candidate and their immediate family.
Applications close: 5:00 PM, Monday 10 June 2019 (AEST)
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Originally Posted at: https://apjc.thecisconetwork.com/site/content/lang/en/id/10513