Assistant/Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems

University of Louisiana Monroe
Louisiana, United States
Salary Commensurate with experience
Oct 29, 2020
Employment Level
Tenured/Tenured Track
Employment Type
Full Time

Job Summary:

The College of Business and Social Sciences seeks a qualified individual to fill a position as an Assistant/Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems. This is a full-time tenure-track position beginning with the Fall Semester of 2021.  The campus is located in a culturally rich metro area with a population of 150,000. The area is home to CenturyLink, the third largest telecommunications company in the United States, and a regional IBM development center. ULM’s business programs are AACSB accredited at the undergraduate, accounting, and MBA levels, and is a leading business educator in the region.

Duties and Responsibilities include the following: 

The College of Business and Social Sciences promotes a balance between teaching and intellectual contributions, combined with professional service to the university, discipline, and community. The normal teaching load will be 9 undergraduate credit hours per semester, and normally include computer information systems classes in management information systems, application development, project management, database development, telecommunications, and/or information security.  Opportunities also exist to teach graduate and summer classes.    

Minimum Qualifications include the following: 

  • A Doctoral degree in Computer Information Systems or related field from an AACSB-International accredited program is required, although ABD candidates in late stages of dissertation will be considered. 
  • Rank will be determined based upon educational background, scholarly productivity and academic experience.
  • The ideal candidate will also have: (1) Excellent teaching skills; (2) Evidence of the ability to perform quality applied, basic, or instructional research in the information systems field; (3) An established or planned research agenda; (4) Good interpersonal skills; (5) Effective written and oral communication skills and (6) The ability to function collegially as a member of the faculty.