LECTURER IN COMPUTER SCIENCES
JOB NO.: 90502-AS
Work Type: Staff Full or Part Time, Staff-Full Time, Staff-Part Time
Department: L&S/COMPUTER SCI/COMP SCI
Categories: Computer Science, Instructional
Employment Class: Academic Staff-Terminal
Position Vacancy ID: 90502-AS
Working Title: Lecturer in Computer Sciences
Official Title: SENIOR LECTURER(D80BN) or LECTURER(D80DN) or ASSOC LECTURER(D80FN)
Hiring Department: A482000-COL OF LETTERS & SCIENCE/COMPUTER SCI/COMP SCI
FTE: 33.3% - 100%
Anticipated Begin Date: AUGUST 21, 2017
Term: This position will end on MAY 20, 2018.
Minimum $34,772 ACADEMIC (9 months)
Depending on Qualifications
Degree and Area of Specialization:
Masters Degree in Computer Sciences or relevant area required. Demonstrated expertise in area of specialization required. Ph.D. or ABD in Computer Sciences strongly preferred.
Minimum number of years and type of relevant work experience:
It is the policy of the Department of Computer Sciences to give preference to the hiring of the department's dissertators and new Ph.D. graduates for all non-renewable lecturer positions. Preference is given to those who have recent university teaching experience.
Lecture two sections of Computer Sciences 252 - Introduction to Computer Engineering.
Instructions to applicants:
Applicants will be upload a cover letter, CV, and a list of references via the online application at jobs.wisc.edu.
Additional Link: Full Position Details
NOTE: A Period of Evaluation will be Required
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Advertised: 08 May 2017 Central Daylight Time
Application Close: 22 May 2017 11:55 PM Central Daylight Time