The Department of Computer Science & Information Systems in
the Mike Cottrell College of Business (MCCB) invites applicants for
a full-time, Limited-Term Cyber Security Faculty member for fall
2022. The appointment is renewable for up to two
years. The successful
candidate will teach cybersecurity and computer science courses
such as computer security and forensics, network security, or
specialty electives such as Linux, reverse engineering, secure
software development. Relevant credentials, experience and/ or
research in cybersecurity is strongly preferred. Selected
candidates may be required to teach on multiple campuses.
Responsible for teaching four undergraduate cyber security
related courses per semester.
Use innovative teaching and learning techniques to provide high
quality learning experiences in and out of the classroom.
Engage with the university’s military connections and the
emerging technology industry populating the north Georgia and
Work with student projects, internships and competitions
Work with faculty on research projects
Support the culture of the department, MCCB, UNG, and its
- A PhD in computer science or related field required; may
consider ABD with evidence that degree is nearing completion, or
candidates with master’s degree in computer science and strong
record of experience in the field.
- Record of, or potential for high-quality, in-field
- Evidence of superior teaching abilities.
- Position is part of a DoD funded grant so requires selected
candidate to have U.S. Citizenship or Permanent Residence Status in