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Computer Science Open Rank Tenure Track Faculty
Georgia State University is a national model for innovation and
opening opportunities for all, ranked 2nd most innovative by U.S.
News & World Report, ranked 1st among public universities in
undergraduate teaching, the number 1 nonprofit university to award
bachelor’s degrees to African American students, 6th in the country
for its first-year student experience, and highly ranked for
enabling the social and economic mobility of its students. Among
the most diverse universities in the nation, Georgia State opens
global perspectives as the number 1 U.S. public university sending
African American students to study abroad.
A regional gateway to higher education, the five suburban Perimeter
College campuses provide more than 30 associate degree pathways.
The downtown Atlanta campus offers more than 250 degree programs in
100 fields of study at the undergraduate, graduate and
first-professional degree levels.
With five university-wide research centers and numerous centers and
institutes at the college and school levels, Georgia State’s
interdisciplinary, dynamic and productive research enterprises
address major health and societal challenges.
Georgia State is vital to the regional economy, with a more than
$2.9 billion economic impact, and is also a vital part of Atlanta’s
vibrant arts and entertainment community, with highly regarded
programs in music, art, creative writing and film, the Rialto
Center for the Arts, and the Creative Media Industries Institute
that contributes to innovation and the workforce for interactive
media and media entrepreneurship.
Computer Science & Engineering
Full Time Faculty
About the Department
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Georgia State
University’s Perimeter College recognizes the exponential growth of
occupations in the fields of computer science and engineering. It
is the department’s mission to ensure that students are prepared
for rewarding careers in these critically important areas. The
department supports pathways in both Computer Science and
Engineering, leading to Associate of Science degrees. Courses
supporting the Regents Engineering Pathway are also offered by the
department, allowing students to complete two years of instruction
at Perimeter College before transferring to engineering programs at
renowned institutions within the University System of
The department consists of ten full-time faculty members and seven
part-time faculty dedicated to fostering a dynamic learning
environment. Faculty actively engage with students, creating a
collaborative atmosphere that contributes to student success.
Students’ projects have gained recognition at national conferences,
and student teams have been among the top 10 finalists at the
Community College Innovation Challenge sponsored by the National
Science Foundation and American Association of Community
Through a comprehensive approach encompassing academics,
engagement, and service, the Computer Science and Engineering
department strives to produce leaders who are equipped to tackle
the challenges of the 21st century in the rapidly growing fields of
computer science and engineering. Join the Department of Computer
Science and Engineering and be a part of a community that empowers
students to become innovative problem solvers and industry
The successful candidate will contribute to the access mission and
provide high-quality education, foster research and innovation, and
support student success. This position offers an opportunity to
shape the minds of future computer scientists, engage in scholarly
activities, and contribute to the growth of our institution.
Tenure-track positions are academic year (August-May) appointments.
The selected candidate will provide:
- Provide 27-32 semester hours of instruction per academic year.
Provide student support and advising via office hours.
- Maintain an average of 10 office hours per week. Work
effectively and professionally with colleagues.
- Contribute to the development and review of related
undergraduate curricula. Assist with program assessment
- Expectations also include service to the department, college,
- Perimeter College encourages and supports innovation and
professional growth, expecting the successful candidate to
demonstrate career goals that are consistent with the college’s
A minimum of a Master’s degree required in Computer Science or a
minimum of a Master’s degree with at least 18 semester or 27
quarter graduate hours in relevant coursework (completed by the
anticipated date of appointment) is required.
Preferred degree Ph.D. in Computer Science or a closely related
field: Candidates should possess a doctoral degree or demonstrate
significant progress toward its completion at the time of
application. Teaching Experience: Prior experience in teaching
computer science courses at the undergraduate level is
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Licenses, Certifications, or Registrations, etc
- Ability to teach a variety of computer science courses at the
- Ability and desire to teach effectively using a variety of
- Demonstrated knowledge of instructional technology and its use
in teaching programming concepts.
- Demonstrated knowledge of Java/Python computer-programming
- Experience in the field of cybersecurity or developing
- Dedicated to fostering a sense of belonging and an inclusive
learning environment that welcomes all students.
- Effective Communication: Excellent verbal and written
communication skills, with the ability to convey complex technical
concepts in a clear and accessible manner.
A criminal background check is required
Positions may require non-standard hours (including day, evening,
online, hybrid, weekend and/or other campus locations).
Posting Detail Information
Number of Vacancies
Desired Start Date
Position End Date (if temporary)
Review of Applications Begins
Open Until Filled
Special Instructions Summary
Interested candidates should submit the following materials:
Equal Opportunity Employment Statement
- Curriculum vitae (CV) detailing academic and professional
- Cover letter outlining teaching philosophy and scholarly
- Unofficial transcripts for all graduate degrees.
- Contact information for three professional references.
- Sample syllabi or teaching materials (if available).
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment
without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation,
gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
Documents Needed to Apply
- * A minimum of a Master's degree in Computer Science or a
minimum of a Master's degree with at least 18 semester or 27
quarter graduate hours in relevant coursework (completed by the
anticipated date of appointment) is required. Do/Will you meet one
of these requirements?
- * Will you have a Ph.D. in hand by the date of appointment or
an advanced ABD by the date of the appointment?
- * How did you hear about this employment opportunity?
- Public Job Posting
- Internal Job Posting
- Agency Referral
- Personal Referral
- Chronicle of Higher Education/Vitae
- Computing Research Association
- Diverse Jobs
- Circa Works
- Letter of Intent/Cover Letter
- List of Three (3) Professional References
- Unofficial Transcripts of All Graduate-Level Degrees Completed
or In Progress
- Foreign Degree Transcript Evaluation