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2018-07-262018-10-24

Assistant Professor of Computer Science (Tenure Track)

University of Portland
Portland , Oregon 97203
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Assistant Professor of Computer Science (Tenure Track)
Faculty
Provost's Office
Shiley School of Engineering
07/24/2018
Full Time Faculty

The Computer Science (CS) Program at the University of Portland (UP) seeks a tenure-track assistant professor of computer science to join the thriving academic community of the Shiley School of Engineering at the University of Portland. This position will start August 2019.

This position will support a new post-baccalaureate degree in computer science where the primary audiences will be liberal arts majors. This position also will allow us to expand course offerings to non-CS majors. All CS faculty members at UP will contribute to the expansion of these areas.

We anticipate conducting the first review of applications on October 1, 2018, and will continue reviewing applications as necessary until the position is filled.

* Information about the Donald P. Shiley School of Engineering: The Shiley School of Engineering has an enrollment of approximately 650 students across four BS majors: civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering, and computer science, and two masters programs. Visit www.engineering.up.edu for more information about the Shiley School.

UP’s typical teaching load is 18 semester credits per year (3 courses each semester). Summer and evening teaching may be required. We will consider candidates who can and want to teach a combination of lower division (Java, C) and upper division courses. Areas of desired specialty include computer architecture, security, and programming languages; however, all areas will be considered. Faculty are expected to teach some service courses that may include Introduction to Engineering, Introduction to Computing, Engineering Statistics, and Engineering Economics.

In addition to undergraduate teaching, the candidate is expected to advise undergraduate students, supervise senior capstone projects, develop and teach electives and masters-level courses, engage in scholarly activity within the context of a teaching-oriented university, and serve the University and the Shiley School. This is an ideal position for educators who are passionate about teaching and who want to work at a student-centered institution where we strive for a balance of professional education within a liberal arts environment.

Notice of University requirements regarding offers of employment and background investigations: Offers of employment by the University are in in writing and signed by the head of the Office of Human Resources and the President, the Provost, or a Vice President. Any offers of employment that do not meet these requirements are not final and are contingent on final approval by Human Resources and receipt of a written offer of employment that meets the previously-stated requirements. A background investigation process is required before final hiring procedures can be completed for all faculty and staff positions. Any offers received before a background investigation is successfully completed are not final and are contingent on successful completion of a background investigation.

For those requiring a reasonable accommodation to apply: Applicants who have a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation regarding the application or hiring process should contact Human Resources (503) 943-8484.

The University’s mission and EEO statement: Founded in 1901, the University of Portland is a private, comprehensive, Catholic university with a mission of teaching and learning, faith and formation, service and leadership. The University of Portland is an equal opportunity employer fully dedicated to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. The University of Portland does not discriminate in its educational programs, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and other school-administered programs, or employment on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, or any other basis protected by and consistent with the law. Please see the University’s full Equal Opportunity and Nondiscrimination Policy here: https://www1.up.edu/disclosures/nondiscrimination-policy.html.

 

Requirements

Education & Experience

Required: Ph.D. in either CS, Computer Engineering, or another area and training and experience with teaching undergraduate CS.

Required: Demonstrated dedication to excellence in teaching. 

Application Requirements

A complete application includes the following: (1) curriculum vitae; (2) letter of interest that specifically addresses why you are interested in the Shiley School of Engineering and the University of Portland; (3) a statement of teaching philosophy that discusses your philosophy regarding undergraduate and post-baccalaureate education, your philosophy towards scholarship at a masters comprehensive institution, and discussion about your past or proposed contributions to advance diversity, inclusivity, and/or equity in education; and (4) contact information for three references.

We will only review complete applications submitted via up.hiretouch.com. For full consideration, please apply via up.hiretouch.com by October 1, 2018.

Other Information

We will consider candidates who need visa sponsorship.

 

Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae, References, Statement of Teaching Philosophy

 

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