The Department of Information Systems at St. Cloud State University has several full-time fixed-term positions. (1 year position, possibly renewable)
Teach undergraduate and/or graduate courses as needed and contribute to achievement of department goals which include:
Providing an effective learning environment for student success,
Developing and enhancing school curriculum and programs, learning outcomes assessment and continuous improvement,
Contributing to student growth and development such as student advising,
Continuing development of professional knowledge and skills in Information Systems and Information Assurance,
Serving on committees at the department, school, and university levels,
Assisting the school in maintaining accreditation: conducting student learning assessment, meeting ongoing research requirement, and serving on school accreditation committee as needed.
1. Master's degree at time of application from a regionally accredited academic program completed in a campus-based classroom program.
2. Be able to teach courses in IS and IA areas that the department needs such as Enterprise Resource Planning, Data Analytics, Project Management, IT Strategy Management, Human-Computer Interaction, Enterprise Architecture, IT Security and Risk Management, Computer Forensics, Unix Operating Systems, Decision Support Systems, Client/Server Security, Database, Systems Analysis and Design, Quantum Computing, Programming, Business Statistics, and/or IT Infrastructure.
3. Ability to teach and work effectively with persons from culturally diverse backgrounds, including students, departmental colleagues and others in the university and business community as demonstrated by experience or collaborative projects
1. Ph. D in Management Information Systems, Computer Science, or Information Assurance from an AACSB or other nationally accredited academic program.
2. Willingness to contribute to student growth and development.
A complete application will include the following:
A letter of application
Complete undergraduate and graduate transcripts (copies acceptable for initial screening)
The names, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses of three current academic/professional referees who can speak to the candidate's qualifications for the position.
Review of applications begins May 21, 2019; position is open until filled.
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