Teaching Assistant Professor


Job Description

STEVENS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

COMPUTER SCIENCE -- TEACHING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

The Computer Science Department at Stevens Institute of Technology
invites applications for a non-tenure-track teaching position
beginning at the earliest opportunity. The position is expected to be
at the assistant professor level. However, outstanding applicants at
other levels may also be considered.

Applicants are expected to have a Ph.D. in Computer Science or a
closely related field; either record or promise of being an
outstanding teacher; and ability to expand and improve our curriculum.
Duties will include classroom teaching, student advising, curriculum
development, and participation in Institute service activities.
Opportunities for online teaching and curriculum development may also
be available.

To be successful, a candidate should be technically up to date;
energetic, articulate and engaging; able to teach applied subjects
that involve program development and system building; and able to
contribute to efforts for laboratory development, course and program
innvovation, etc.

The Computer Science Department is a small, dynamic environment that
includes three present NSF CAREER awardees and designation by NSA as
both a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance
Education and a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information
Assurance Research. Most faculty have extensive research programs
externally funded by agencies including NSF, NSA, DHS, NIH, ONR, ARO,
and others; the department has two NIH R01 grants. Areas of research
emphasis include visual computing, machine learning, and
cybersecurity. The student body consists of approximately 300
undergraduate majors, 400 Masters students, and 25 doctoral students.
Class sizes are small, and the students are talented (middle 50% SAT
range 1260-1400) and well prepared for a technical education.
Distinguished adjunct professors, many drawn from nearby research
centers, augment our full time faculty.

Stevens is a private technological university located in Hoboken, New
Jersey. The Institute's small size eases cross-department and
inter-disciplinary research ties and teaching programs. The 55-acre
campus is on the Hudson river across from midtown Manhattan within a
few minutes from New York City via public transportation. Hoboken is
an upscale small city, the residence of choice for many professionals
working in NYC. Faculty live in Hoboken, Manhattan, and in suburban
communities in Northern New Jersey along commuter train lines to
Hoboken and NYC. Stevens's location offers excellent opportunities
for collaborations with nearby universities such as NYU, Princeton,
Columbia, and Rutgers/DIMACS as well as major industrial research
laboratories such as Bell Labs, AT&T Labs, IBM Research, Google NYC,
Siemens, and the Sarnoff Corporation.

Applications should include a curriculum vitae, a statement of
teaching interest/expertise, and at least three references. PDF is
preferred for all application materials and reference letters.

Review of applications is underway.

Stevens Institute of Technology is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Stevens is building a diverse faculty, staff, and student body and
strongly encourages applications from females and minority candidates
as well as veterans and individuals with disabilities.



Department
Computer Science
General Submission Guidelines:
In order to be considered a candidate for any job at Stevens, you must submit an online application. Please attach a cover letter and resume with each application. Other requirements for consideration may depend on the job.

Still Have Questions?
If you have any questions regarding your application, please contact Jobs@Stevens.edu

EEO Statement:
Stevens Institute of Technology is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Accordingly, Stevens adheres to an employment policy that prohibits discriminatory practices or harassment against candidates or employees based on legally impermissible factor(s) including, but not necessarily limited to, race, color, religion, creed, sex, national origin, nationality, citizenship status, age, ancestry, marital or domestic partnership or civil union status, familial status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, atypical cellular or blood trait, genetic information, pregnancy or pregnancy-related medical conditions, disability, or any protected military or veteran status.

Stevens is building a diverse faculty, staff and student body and strongly encourages applications from female and minority candidates as well as veterans and individuals with disabilities. Stevens is a federal contractor under the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act (VEVRAA) and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as well as other federal statutes.


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