Job Description and Requirements
The Opportunity The Department of Computing and Applied Technology in CTI offers a number of theory courses which have accompanying laboratory courses.
These laboratory courses cover three (3) discipline areas : Software Development, Information Security, and Networking Technologies.
It is essential that a candidate be able to instruct in at least two of the three laboratory discipline areas. The role of an instructor in the CTI is to work closely with the faculty teaching the theory course to design, develop, enhance and deliver supporting laboratory exercises, tasks to students in a laboratory / case study setting.
Instructors do not generally teach regular theory courses. CTI seeks qualified candidates to fill full-time, multi-year faculty positions beginning August 2020 (depending on the availability of successful candidates) at the rank of Instructor in the following areas :
The Requirements Applicants should have a MSc. degree at the time of appointment from an internationally accredited university in Information Security, Computer Science, or Computer Engineering with at least 3 years of teaching experience in internationally accredited universities.
Successful candidates should demonstrate a strong record of or potential for teaching excellence. They are also expected to actively engage in various college and university committees and participate in community service.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are also required. Preference will be given to applicants with professional experience, professional certification, or international experience in a multi-cultural environment.