Non-Tenure Track CS / Cybersecurity
Non-Tenure Track CS / Cybersecurity
Tagliatela College of Engineering
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The Connecticut Institute of Technology at the University of New Haven has two immediate openings in computer science and cybersecurity/digital forensics. Both are renewable non- tenure track positions and will start in August 20, 2021.
CIT houses multiple degree programs in CS/ECE/Data Science at both the BS and MS levels and also participates in the PhD program in Engineering and Applied Science. The University of New Haven has been recognized by the NSA as a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations (CAE-CO), one of only 22 universities in the United States to receive this prestigious designation. The university has made cybersecurity a top priority in its centennial fund raising challenge with the slogan of "Securing Our Future" (https://www.newhaven.edu/securingourfuture), and has a growing graduate program in data science as well.
- For cybersecurity and digital forensics faculty, the ability to teach hands-on cybersecurity courses such as reverse engineering, ethical hacking, digital forensics (memory forensics, mobile forensics) and network security is highly desirable. Experience with developing and teaching online courses is also desirable.
- For computer science faculty, the ability to teach a mix of courses in the core areas of computer science. Courses may include but are not limited to databases, C/C++ programming, structure of programing language, systems programming, parallel language processing, operating systems, networking, Python programming, computer security, and iOS or Android development.
QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES:
- For computer science, a Ph.D. in Computer Science is required. Preference will be given to candidates with teaching experience in core computer science courses.
- For cybersecurity, a Ph.D. in Computer Information Systems or Computer Science is required.
- A strong commitment to and evidence of potential for excellence in teaching.
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills and commitment to collegiality and teamwork.
- Candidates with interest in active learning, experiential learning, and student engagement are desirable.
- Authorization to work in the U.S.
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HOW TO APPLY:
If you have the qualifications we are looking for, and are interested in working for an institution where the experience of learning is both personal and pragmatic and one that is guided by a distinguished faculty who care deeply about individual student success, we want to hear from you! Qualified candidates should submit: 1) a cover letter describing their academic and/or industry experiences relevant to the position, 2) a curriculum vitae, 3) a statement of teaching philosophy and achievements, 4) a diversity and inclusion statement, and 5) contact information for at least three professional references. In your cover letter, indicate if you are interested in a cybersecurity/digital forensics position, or a computer science position. All materials should be submitted at which will remain confidential through this link.
If you have any issues with this submittal, please contact us at HRDept@newhaven.edu
University of New Haven is an Equal Opportunity Employer