Teach lower- and upper-level undergraduate courses in computer science with focus on systems, architecture, and computer networking; assist in ongoing curriculum maintenance and development; engage in computer science research; advise students; and participate in community and University-wide service.
Doctoral-level degree at the time of appointment from an accredited university in computer science, computer engineering, or a closely related field; experience with teaching systems, architecture, or networking courses; record of successful research publication.
Evidence of successful undergraduate teaching in a multicultural setting; evidence of high-quality undergraduate instruction (e.g. teaching evaluations) in relevant courses (i.e. operating systems, architecture, networks & communication, etc.); experience in developing undergraduate curricula; ongoing record of research publication in well-regarded conferences and/or journals; evidence of engaging undergraduate students in recent research activities. Successful candidates must be committed to working with diverse student and community populations that reflect the University’s Native Hawaiian and Pacific-islander serving context.
Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Applications (How to Apply)
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Dr. Travis Mandel, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, email@example.com
Please refer to position #86382 when making inquiries.
Continuous recruitment, application review begins August 20, 2019, and will continue until the position is filled.
The official advertisement can be found at NEOGOV.
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