About the job
Duties & Responsibilities
The primary role of the faculty members at the School of Computing and Information Technology is to promote high-quality innovative teaching, applied research, and services. Besides, he/she should collaborate with the Head of Department, School’s Dean, and the colleagues to achieve the department and School mission, mentor junior colleagues, and teaching assistants, and support the department and the School with several administrative and academic services.
Reporting to the Department Chair, the successful candidate will be responsible for the development, delivery and evaluation of a broad range of courses. Particular areas of interest include Computer Systems, Network Systems and Administration, Big Data, and Cloud Computing; but candidates with strong expertise in other related areas will also be considered.
Other duties include evaluation of student progress and management of resources of the learning environment. The successful candidate will liaise with industry and other educational institutions; participate in industry advisory committees and coordinate, manage and control projects within the specified program area. Faculty members will keep course portfolio documents required for accreditation processes and engage in instructional development/improvement plans. All employees are expected to contribute to professional and community life within the College and beyond.
Candidates Should Also Be Recognized In The Following Criteria
A Ph.D. degree in a computing field such as Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Technology, or closely related field. Three years of teaching experience in a higher education environment, along with 3 years of employment experience as a practitioner/professional within a relevant discipline is preferred.
Contribution to the advancement of knowledge through applied research, scholarship, publication, knowledge transfer or professional practice which would be expected to be international in its scope; A minimum of 2 journal articles indexed in Scopus or similar are required.
- Contribution to the advancement of learning by the leadership of teaching and curriculum development;
- Professional recognition and standing amongst peers;
- Academic subject leadership or academic management.