Full-time faculty member to develop and teach cybersecurity and digital forensics courses in support of the bachelor's and master’s degree programs in this field. Teaching responsibilities include 24 credit hours per academic year. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to, scholarship and service activities in accordance with the University's Faculty Workload and Promotion Guidelines, student advising, assessment, committee service, and participation in the life of the University.
Terminal degree in information systems or a related field preferred, plus university-level teaching experience in information systems, cybersecurity, digital forensics, software design, or related subjects. Candidates without a terminal degree will be considered for the rank of Lecturer. Candidates with at least three years industry experience in related professions and related professional certifications are preferred.
Demonstrated teaching ability in the areas of cybersecurity, information assurance, computer security, digital forensics, software development, and information systems.
Successful demonstrated working knowledge of course development in the field.
Demonstrated ability to design and employ computer lab experiences to enhance student learning.
Commitment to excellence in teaching, service, and the application of technology in the classroom, and in daily activities.
Working knowledge of active learning as a means to develop the academic program, courses in cybersecurity, digital forensics, and information systems, and to more fully expand a student's problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
Excellent communication skills with a commitment to excellence in teaching, service and technology application in the classroom.
Knowledge of appropriate curriculum strategies and proficiency to develop the majors and to make course changes and additions as needed.
Experience working with Blackboard or a similar platform.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, including PowerPoint, Word, and Excel.
Demonstrated capability to develop and maintain a professional network in support of internship opportunities and sites in the areas of cybersecurity or information systems.
Ability to work effectively with colleagues in the School and across the University, including the Career Connection Center, to support the advising, mentoring, and placement of majors in cybersecurity, digital forensics, software development, and other information systems fields.
Ability to work with students of diverse backgrounds
Familiar with metrics and academic assessment.
Employs a student-centered approach to teaching and has a commitment to student success.
Commitment to advising, mentoring and guiding students
Ability to use various means of communication (e.g. telephone, computer, tablets, smartphones, other electronic devices) to work with students, peers, and outside contacts.
Ability to travel between campuses.
Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed.
Valid driver's license with good driving record; must be insurable.
Instructional Teach 24 credit hours per year (usually 12 credits per semester) as assigned.
Teaching responsibilities include time spent in the classroom, laboratory, or online courses and in immediate preparation for them; maintaining and improving competence in subjects being taught; preparing teaching materials; conferring with students on course materials; directing individual and group studies; reviewing written examinations and papers; evaluating presentations; and supervising independent study projects. Professional peer review is an essential feature of effective teaching.
Provide course content and develop new courses specifically in cybersecurity, digital forensics, software development, and information systems.
Participate in general curriculum development and other departmental activities associated with a full-time university teaching position.
Conduct student advising activities including time spent providing students with support, resources, and/or recommendations regarding personal, academic, curricular, career and/or graduate school matters. Inform students of time and location of office hours, which are to be scheduled no fewer than three hours per week.
Administrative responsibilities include writing syllabi, reading and responding to emails, grading course work, submitting mid-term and final grades, and alerting appropriate university personnel to student problems on a timely basis.
Collegiality, as well as professional and ethical conduct, enhances teaching, learning and the general reputation of all persons in the academy. Therefore, all faculty members are expected to serve in a collegial fashion and in accordance with professional and ethical principles when dealing with other faculty members, students, administrators, and members of the public. Follow all faculty and program policies outlined by the School and the University.
Every faculty member is guaranteed academic freedom in accordance with the statement on academic freedom and responsibilities of faculty members, as in the policy manuals.
Teaching assignments may require teaching day, evening and/or Saturday classes as needed.
Service Department service includes attending departmental meetings; participating in Open Houses and recruiting efforts; attending and participating in planning and coordination of departmental events; establishing industry relationships to generate internship and full-time placement opportunities after graduation.
University service includes, but is not limited to, service on the Faculty Council, school and departmental committees.
Attend all University, Faculty, and Faculty/Staff meetings as well as relevant academic Department/School meetings.
Scholarly Activity Scholarship includes developing and maintaining intellectual pursuits, including research that includes undergraduates and/or enhances teaching, and presenting at discipline-related professional conferences.
Pursue internal and external funding sources to support scholarly activities.
Association for Information Systems; Association for Computing Machinery
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