Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Saint Michael's College seeks qualified candidates for a tenure track, assistant professor position in its Computer Science (CS) department starting in the fall semester of the academic year 2021-22. The ideal candidate would be responsible for teaching our senior level Software Engineering course as well as teaching one of our three lower level programming courses: Intro to Computer Science 1 & 2 (in Java), and Data Structures (using C++). The new CS faculty member should also be able to teach several other upper level CS courses/topics, including but not limited to: Programming Languages, crypto/information security and/or cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence and/or Machine Learning, Data Base, or Computer Networks - as well as any other specific areas of expertise that the candidate may have (which was not listed here), and would be appropriate for an undergraduate major in CS. The normal teaching load is three courses (four credits each) per semester.
Benefits include health, dental, vision, life, disability, 401(k), employee and dependent tuition benefits, and discounted gym membership.
The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the field through peer-reviewed scholarship consistent with the departmental standards of performance required for continuing appointment. The position also carries student advisement responsibilities and other service obligations consistent with the needs of the department and the College. College level teaching experience is preferred as is a PhD in Computer Science or a related field; however, candidates with a Master's in CS and extensive professional experience may also be considered.