Computer Information Systems Assistant, or Associate Professor
Woodbury University invites applications for a full-time Assistant or Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Information Systems. Faculty rank and salary are commensurate with teaching experience, professional background, and the degrees held. Contract renewal and rank advancement at Woodbury are contingent upon satisfying departmental and university criteria, which include effective teaching, meaningful engagement through creative work, scholarship, and service to the University. Woodbury University is a non-tenure granting institution.
This position qualifies University sponsored employee benefit plans and programs (e.g., group health insurance, life insurance, tax deferred annuity plan, sick, and paid holidays), subject to the eligibility requirements and conditions of each plan and program.
The CIS degree is a new program located in the School of Business. The new faculty member will have a major impact on the development of the program. Faculty from all areas of specialization are invited to apply.
- Reports to department dean
- Develops and designs curriculum plan to foster student learning, stimulate class discussions, and ensure student engagement
- Provides tutoring and academic counseling to students
- Maintains classes related records
- Assesses student coursework
- Collaborates and supports colleagues regarding research interests and co-curricular activities
- Provides intellectual leadership and has made significant contributions to the field.
- Applicants must demonstrate that they meet AACSB’s Scholarly Academic (SA) standards in Computer Information Systems (CIS)
- D. from an accredited institution or possess an equivalent degree recognized by AACSB
- Eligible for U.S. employment.
- In addition, applicants must demonstrate the potential to:
- Maintain SA status
- Publish in peer-reviewed journals
- Be effective teachers in a learning and student-centered environment
- Participate in significant university service within and beyond the School of Business.
- A proven track record of scholarly publications and significant professional experience in the field of Information Systems is preferred.
- ABD candidates (All But Dissertation) will also be considered.
- Facilitate student learning, provide effective instruction, and perform evaluations of student learning for all assigned classes, using each course's standard course outline as a guide.
- Develop course curriculum, course handouts, lectures, labs, and presentations.
- Participate in program level learning assessment. Participation includes helping articulate learning outcomes, choosing and administering measures, evaluating student performance, and suggesting changes to improve student learning.
- Work with other faculty and administrators in developing program curriculum, standards, and policies, including reviewing and participating in textbook selection process where appropriate.
- Be available to students via email, phone, or personal conferences. The method of contact and hours of availability should be clearly communicated to department chairs and to students through the course syllabus each semester.
- Assign grades and maintain course/student records in accordance with FERPA regulations and submit grades and records by established deadlines.
- Meet all classes and other scheduled responsibilities such as office hours and meetings at the designated times. A faculty member should inform the chair/dean if he or she is unable to meet a class on time.
- Keep a flexible weekly schedule that best facilitates student learning and access. Any changes in the scheduled class times or locations should have prior approval by the faculty's chair.
- Participate in faculty evaluation process.
- Remain current in academic or program discipline, including attending professional conferences, and maintaining licensure, certification, or continuing education requirements where appropriate.
- Receive training or stay current in technological or pedagogical advances that promote student learning.
- Participate in college professional development activities.
Service to the University
- Help students achieve their educational goals through formal and/or informal advising.
- Post and keep on campus hours to facilitate interaction with students, other faculty, staff, administrators, and the public.
- Serve on standing and ad hoc committees, advisory boards, hiring committees, faculty senate, or as a student organization advisor.
- Attend local, regional, state, or national meetings where required or necessary for the discipline.
- Mentor and/or assist in orienting new faculty either formally or informally.
- Attend commencement or other ceremonies appropriate to the faculty member's discipline or program.
- Attend departmental, divisional, and university-wide meetings.
- Perform other academically related duties as assigned by the department chair/dean.
- Participate in Woodbury University Faculty Association (WUFA) meetings and forums.
Woodbury University is dedicated to celebrating diversity and committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. Woodbury University is an EEO/AA institution committed to multicultural diversity in its peoples and programs. All employment decisions for all job classifications will be made on the basis of such factors as education, character, ability, skill and training, without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, political orientation, disability, veteran status, marital status, parental status, genetic information, membership or non-membership in any lawful organization, or any other protected status.