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Teaching-Track Positions in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Data Science
Washington University in St. Louis
The Department of Computer Science & Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis invites applicants for the position of Lecturer (1 year, renewable) or, for highly experienced candidates, Senior Lecturer (3+ year after the first year). The department values exceptional educators and is open to candidates in all areas of computing.
Tenure Track Assistant or Associate Professor Position Department of Computer Science
California State University Chico
This tenure-track position carries responsibilities in the areas of teaching, scholarship, and service. Teaching assignments are based on the instructor's qualifications and preferences and the department's needs. Most courses are undergraduate major courses in computer science.

The Department offers a couple of computer information systems courses and graduate-level courses each semester. Faculty must perform scholarship activities such as technical research, education research, publishing academic works, applying for grants, or mentoring student research projects.

Required service responsibilities include participating in committee work, student advising, and supporting the department.

Starting salary has been increased to $99.6k with a likely 5% increase this summer before you start. This is from the recent contract settlement between the CSU system and the CFA union.
Two-Year Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Bucknell University
The Department of Computer Science at Bucknell University welcomes applications for a two-year Visiting Assistant Professor position to begin in the fall semester of 2024. This position will support undergraduate Computer Science programs by delivering core computer science courses, including at least one within the topics of Computer Organization, Operating Systems, or Networks & Security. We encourage applications from individuals with expertise in any field of Computer Science, and we strongly encourage candidates from groups underrepresented in higher education to apply. Our department is collegial and collaborative, and we look forward to welcoming, supporting, and mentoring new colleagues in all aspects of their responsibilities.

We will begin reviewing applications on March 18, 2024, and continue until the position is filled.

For more information and application instructions, visit:
1-/2-year Visiting Professor position (all-ranks)
Harvey Mudd College
I am delighted to let you know that the Computer Science Department at Harvey Mudd College (HMC) is inviting applications for one-year and two-year visiting professor positions in computer science starting in the 2024-25 academic year. Candidates in all areas of computer science and at all ranks, including Associate or Full Professors planning a sabbatical or retirement visit, will be considered. Applications will be reviewed until the search concludes.

Learn more about the position and apply at:

Feel free to message or chat with any of the HMC faculty at SIGCSE to learn more!
2 Lecturer positions
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Teach foundational Math and Computer programming courses. Math courses include College Algebra, and Pre-Statistics for Social Sciences. CS courses: Intro to C++, Python, Object Oriented Programming in C++.

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Tenure Track Assistant/Associate/Full Professor Computer Science (Four Positions)
Rhode Island College
Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, Computer Science

Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS) is a dynamic growing department that offers majors in computer information systems, computer science, and cybersecurity. We work very closely with the exciting new Institute of Cybersecurity and Emerging Technologies.

Essential Duties:

Teach courses in artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, computer information systems, data analytics, and/or computer science.
Advise students.
Assess student learning outcomes.
Engage in scholarly research and professional activities.
Serve on committees.
Participate in College and Departmental activities.
Contribute to course and program development.
Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Chair of the Computer Science and Information Systems Department.

Required Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities:

Good teaching skills
Good knowledge of information systems
Artificial intelligence
Cybersecurity and/or computer science
Good ability to impart this knowledge to undergraduate students as well as fulfill all other job functions.

Required Qualifications:

Doctorate in Information Systems, Cybersecurity, Computer Science, or closely related field.
Visiting Professor, Assistant Professor, or Instructor of Computer Science
Whitman College
The Department of Computer Science seeks applicants for a multi-year position beginning August 2024 at the rank of visiting professor, visiting assistant professor, or visiting instructor as appropriate to the candidate’s qualifications. An initial offer will be made for a one-year appointment, with an extension for up to three years available with a positive review of teaching in the first year. M.S. and teaching experience in Computer Science or a related discipline is required, Ph.D. preferred.

The successful candidate will teach multiple sections of courses from our introductory curriculum, such as introductory programming in Python, data structures in C or Java, discrete mathematics, or computer systems fundamentals, plus at least one further computer science course at an intermediate or advanced level. (See the catalog for more details.) The teaching load is five course sections per year; our largest sections comprise about 30 students.

Whitman College is committed to fostering an inclusive learning community that values diverse identities, experiences, and perspectives. In the cover letter, candidates should describe their interest in teaching undergraduates, majors as well as non-majors, at all levels of instruction. In doing so, candidates should address how their lived experiences and classroom and scholarly practices will advance equity and inclusion in the learning environment.

The online application will prompt you to upload all of the required materials: a letter of application; curriculum vitae; statement of teaching philosophy; and evidence of demonstrated or potential excellence in undergraduate instruction. The committee will solicit three letters of recommendation from applicants who reach the interview stage.
Instructional Faculty Computer Science and Engineering
University of South Florida
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at USF is seeking to hire instructional faculty positions at the levels of Assistant and Associate Professor of Instruction who can teach a broad range of core and elective courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels in computer science, computer engineering, cybersecurity, and information technology. Special emphasis is on candidates with a strong interest and/or capability in teaching hands-on skills in cybersecurity. Interest or experience in advising student organizations for cybersecurity competitions is a plus. Instructional faculty have the opportunity for professional development and also to pursue research and service. Course releases and buyouts are possible through significant service activities in the department or engagement in sponsored research. Candidates must have completed a PhD in computer science, computer engineering, cybersecurity, information technology, or a related engineering area from an accredited institution. This recruitment is for a non-tenure earning full-time 12-month position. Successful candidates are expected to start in the fall of 2024.
Open rank faculty in Computer Science
Milwaukee School of Engineering
The Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) department at the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) seeks applicants to fill one or more software engineering (SE) / computer science (CS) faculty positions at any rank to support growth in established undergraduate computing programs and/or to support a newly developed minor in Cybersecurity. Candidates with expertise in any field of SE or CS are encouraged to apply, and candidates with relevant expertise in one or more of the following areas are especially desired: software engineering, cybersecurity, networking, design patterns, DevOps, human-machine interfaces, AR/VR, applied machine learning, and databases.

We expect and reward a strong primary commitment to excellence in teaching. All faculty, and especially junior faculty in EECS are supported through established mentoring and collaborative pedagogical development. Faculty share course development materials and coordinate efforts to leverage shared expertise and perspectives to optimize the learning experience for students. MSOE also values a broad range of scholarly activities including applied industrial research technical research, and computer science education research. Faculty enjoy small class sizes, hands-on laboratories, and support for sustained professional development.

The department maintains strong relationships with numerous businesses and academic institutes, which guide applied projects, undergraduate research, and curriculum development.

Significant investments have been made to support MSOE’s academic mission including the construction of the $34M Dwight and Dian Diercks Computational Science Hall that houses the SE and CS programs. Diercks Hall is also home to Rosie, MSOE’s supercomputer, which is an NVIDIA GPU-accelerated AI supercomputer with three NVIDIA DGX-1s, two NVIDIA DGX H100 servers, and 20 servers each with four NVIDIA T4 GPUs.
Assistant Prof of Computer Science (or Visiting if ABD)
Bard College
The Bard College Computational Science program invites applications for two tenure-track Assistant Professor positions, to begin Fall 2024. A Ph.D. in computer science or a related field is required. Successful candidates will be committed to innovative undergraduate teaching at a liberal arts college with a diverse student body; maintaining an active research program; contributing to the general education curriculum; and engaging with the life of the College.

We seek candidates who can contribute to the teaching and ongoing curricular development in our Computer Science major. Candidate scholarly pursuits should complement the current faculty specializations in computational biology, computer science education, artificial intelligence, natural language, spoken human/computer interfaces, human-robot interaction, data science, and algebraic and symbolic computation. Candidates should also be excited about interdisciplinary connections and interested in contributing to existing interdisciplinary activities on campus and helping to establish new ones.

The Computational Science program offers a B.A. in computer science, leads the new program in Data Analytics, and contributes to several programs including Experimental Humanities and Mind, Brain, Behavior.

To apply, submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and teaching and research statements which include discussion of working with a diverse student population. Please provide three letters of recommendation (at least one addressing teaching) through Interfolio.

Review of applications will begin immediately. For more information on the Computational Science Program at Bard, visit, or contact Valerie Barr at

Open Rank Computer Science Teaching Faculty
University of Jamestown
The Department of Computer Science and Technology at the University of Jamestown is seeking a dynamic and dedicated Computer Science faculty member with a passion for teaching and is looking to excel in a liberal arts environment. A successful candidate will have a strong background in computer science and a commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration, promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion, and engaging with the broader liberal arts. The position is scheduled to begin in the fall of 2024.

Minimum requirements:
Master’s degree in computer science or a related field

Preferred requirements:
Terminal degree in computer science or a related field.
A strong commitment to undergraduate teaching in a liberal arts environment.
An ability to engage students from diverse backgrounds and foster an inclusive classroom environment.
A demonstrated passion for interdisciplinary collaboration and integration of computer science with liberal arts disciplines.
A commitment to staying current with developments in computer science and technology.
Excellent communication, interpersonal, and mentoring skills.

Teach a range of computing courses that may include introductory, intermediate, and advanced level courses. Course topics will be based on the curricular needs, the experience of the candidate, with consideration given to the topics of passion for the candidate.

See full posting and description at along with submission instructions!

PhD positions (funded)
Hello world! We have 3x PhD positions with scholarships available for eligible candidates at the beautiful UNSW, Sydney’s school of Computer Science and Engineering. CSE is a top-ranking institution, and a perfect place to kickstart your research career.

The positions are in the field of Generative AI in Education, and we are open to high-quality candidates from all over the world.

Learn more by contacting us here on Linkedin, or our form:

Please come and say hi at SIGCSE!
Open Rank Teaching Track Faculty
University of Virginia
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Virginia seeks applications for one or more teaching-track academic general faculty positions to begin in August 2024 and beyond. (Our plan is to review applications in late spring 2024 and then again in fall 2024.) Teaching-track faculty can be hired at the professorial rank with title of Assistant, Associate or full Professor. Teaching-track faculty with a Masters degree can be hired at the rank of Lecturer, Senior Lecturer or Distinguished Lecturer.

Here’s the short version of why these are great positions for someone interested in a teaching-track position in CS:

Our 18 current teaching faculty are valued and supported in the department and the university
There are very good personnel policies for job security, contracts, promotion, and sabbaticals
Scholarship by teaching-track faculty is valued and supported
We have strong undergrads with good diversity
The Charlottesville area is a wonderful place to live

We think we "do teaching faculty right". Teaching faculty have played an important role in CS at UVA for about 30 years. Teaching faculty in CS (currently 18 of us) are accepted and involved in the department and university. Some examples: we feel like respected peers by other faculty; we can vote on P&T cases for all faculty in the department; some of us serve in department and university leadership roles.
For those in a professorial rank, scholarship in computing or in CS education is expected for promotion. The department will provide support to help teaching faculty achieve this goal (including some summer support and RA support).

Reach out to anyone from UVA at SIGCSE if you have any questions!
Computer Science: Contract Instructor
San Diego Mesa College
San Diego Mesa College seeks energetic and dedicated candidates to apply for academic positions. The College is committed to academic excellence and diversity, equity, and inclusion among its faculty, classified professionals, staff, and students. As the “Leading College of Equity & Excellence”, we take responsibility for equitable outcomes and successful pathways for all of our students.

Applications are now being accepted for the tenure-track faculty position of Assistant Professor, Computer Science, beginning Fall 2024 (classes begin August 2024) at San Diego Mesa College.

The Computer and Information Sciences Department at San Diego Mesa College prepares students for industry positions as well as transfer to 4-year institutions. Faculty strive to make learning relevant and fun while creating equitable learning environments in which all students can succeed.

The Computer Science Assistant Professor is both an experienced educator and a knowledgeable professional who employs equitable teaching pedagogy to convey the technical and workplace skills of the industry for the success of students.

This position will teach courses within the Computer and Information Sciences discipline that match their knowledge, skills, and experience. These courses may include: Java, Python, Linux, C++, C#, Lisp, Agile Software Development, Project Management, Databases, Assembly Language, and Data Structures.
Faculty at Georgia Tech
Georgia Institute of Technology
The School of Computing Instruction (SCI) at Georgia Tech is recruiting teaching faculty.

SCI, a recently founded entity within Georgia Tech's highly-ranked College of Computing, recognizes and empowers the contributions of CS teaching-track faculty.

We invite applications for multiple full-time faculty positions. Primary responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, providing high-quality undergraduate teaching. Opportunities to teach graduate courses are also available.

Faculty are expected to engage in service at the School, College, and/or Institute level. We also encourage participation in scholarship, which includes curriculum development. As part of its budget, SCI earmarks funding for these activities and makes it directly available to faculty.

For this cycle, we are seeking candidates who are interested in one or more of the following areas:

-Artificial Intelligence
-Capstone Design
-Computer Organization/Architecture -Entrepreneurship
-Intro and/or Advanced Algorithms
-Machine Learning
-Operating Systems
-Software Engineering
-Usability and User Experience

We welcome applications from candidates with expertise in other areas of computer science as well.

Summer teaching opportunities are typically available for additional compensation. Additionally, SCI faculty interested in international travel regularly have opportunities to teach at GT's study abroad campuses (Berlin, Barcelona, Metz, and Oxford) during the summer.

Email if you're interested, and we can even try to meet up here at SIGCSE:
Instructional (Teaching) Faculty at Virginia Tech
Virginia Tech
The Virginia Tech Department of Computer Science seeks applicants for multiple non-tenure-track instructional faculty positions at the Innovation Campus in the Washington DC Metropolitan area. Qualified candidates with a Master’s degree in computer science or closely related field with professional industry experience will be considered for appointments at the ranks of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor of Practice in Computer Science. Qualified candidates with a Ph.D. degree in computer science or closely related field will be considered for appointments at the ranks of Assistant, Associate or Full Collegiate Professor in Computer Science.

Successful candidates will have a primary commitment to our graduate instructional mission in the Washington DC Metropolitan area. Duties will include graduate level teaching, curricular and program development, and the design and integration of innovative and inclusive pedagogy. Faculty hired in these positions will have academic appointments in the Department of Computer Science which spans the Blacksburg and Alexandria campuses.

I will be happy to meet with anyone interested at SIGCSE.

See full ad here:
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Assistant Lecturer / Assistant Instructional Professor
University of Wyoming, School of Computing
The School of Computing at the University of Wyoming seeks outstanding applicants for an Assistant Lecturer / Assistant Instructional Professor appointment, starting August 2024. This is a full-time, 9-month benefitted position with a typical teaching assignment of 3 courses per semester. The successful candidate will have demonstrated excellence in teaching commensurate with experience, and enthusiasm to teach undergraduate students effectively. This position is open to applications from candidates with teaching focus in Software Development or Computer Science.


Teaching undergraduate courses in Software Development or Computer Science;
Professional development, including participation in state and national professional organizations;
Service to the program, school, and university, including advising student groups;
Participation in curriculum development and program assessment

Curriculum development


This position provides vital support to campus customers and requires the successful candidate be available to work on campus.


M.S. in Computer Science, or closely related field;
Teaching experience at the college level with demonstrated commitment to undergraduate teaching;

Demonstrated teaching excellence in online and hybrid modalities and use of innovative teaching methods
Demonstrated interest in scholarship of teaching and learning, and research interest in undergraduate computer science or software development education;
Professional experience in Software Development, or related field
Ph.D. in Computer Science, or closely related field
Full-time STEM classroom instructor K-12
STEM to the Future
STEM to the Future is an early stage startup that cultivates Black and Latinx youths’ genius and supports them in creating liberatory communities through our three programs: Planting the Seed, Theory+Practice and For the Greater Good. Our current clients include LAUSD, ICEF, Think Together, and more organizations as we serve over 1,500 youth every week.

Our expanding Programs Team is currently seeking a dedicated STEAM Instructor to join our organization. We are looking for an individual with a strong teaching background and a deep passion for education. The ideal candidate will demonstrate excellent instructional skills, the capacity to engage students effectively, and a strong commitment to making a positive impact in the community. We highly value expertise in STEAM subjects and the ability to cultivate a collaborative and results-oriented learning environment. If you are a motivated and proactive educator who is passionate about inspiring students, we encourage you to apply and become a valuable member of our teaching team.

• Starting salary range $70,000-$75,000
• Medical, Dental, Vision, Chiropractic/Acupuncture, and Life Insurance Insurance (100% covered by the org)
• $1,000 learning stipend
Associate or Full Professor in Cybersecurity and Artificial Intelligence
University at Albany
The University at Albany, State University of New York, seeks an Associate/Full Professor at the intersection of Cybersecurity and Artificial Intelligence (AI). The successful applicant will also be a member of the UAlbany AI Institute and will be hired into the Cybersecurity Department in the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity (CEHC). There are opportunities for collaboration across departments, particularly through our interdisciplinary Information Science doctoral program. Partner departments include Computer Science, Sociology, Public Administration, Digital Forensics, Information Systems & Business Analytics. Research labs within the Cybersecurity Department include the Hack IoT Lab and Cyber Range. CEHC has a goal of creating an interdisciplinary team of researchers and educators capable of preparing our students to successfully explore and interpret the rich array of disciplines and perspectives contained within cybersecurity and allied disciplines.
UAlbany is a nationally recognized leader in security and preparedness training, research, and education and has longstanding partnerships with key security agencies across the State and the nation. The University has received tens of millions of dollars in federal, state, and private sector support to its schools, colleges, and research centers based on this expertise. The recent New York State funding of UAlbany’s $75 million Artificial Intelligence Institute offers additional multi-disciplinary research and educational opportunities. Partnerships with government agencies, private industry, and not-for-profit organizations provide opportunities to contribute to highly applied research, and access to a wealth of resources in these organizations and agencies. In addition, UAlbany takes pride in being a very diverse R1 University and is committed to diversity in its teaching/learning and research endeavors.
Teaching-track faculty across computing and technology
University of Southern California
The USC Viterbi School of Engineering ( and the newly created USC School of Advanced Computing ( seek outstanding candidates for multiple full-time teaching-track faculty positions across diverse aspects of computing and technology. One role of the USC School of Advanced Computing is to provide teaching that enables students from all majors to develop appropriate levels of digital fluency.

Ideal candidates will have experience and knowledge necessary to teach undergraduate-level courses in one (or more) areas such as: Applied AI, Applied Analytics, Cybersecurity & Digital Forensics, Blockchain, Digital Entrepreneurship, Programming, Web Development.

These are full-time, non-tenure track, benefits-eligible teaching positions in the (to-be-renamed) Information Technology Program (, a unique and innovative program that provides computing and technology education to students from all majors at the university. ITP's 15 full-time and numerous part-time faculty have built a collaborative community that is passionate about teaching and seeing all students succeed. ITP provides technology education to thousands of students from many majors. Its award-winning faculty also work on initiatives such as increasing diversity in engineering, outreach to underserved communities, accessibility in technology, and technology for social impact.

More information on the current job posting (intended for a Fall 2024 start) is at

We expect to post similar openings for 2025 sometime later this year, as well as an opening for the next Director of this program.

For more information, please feel free to email Erik A Johnson (, Vice Dean for Academic Programs) or find him at SIGCSE.
Front Range Community College
Teach small in person classes ( 24 max). Help with directing the program. Advancement available
Assistant/ Associate Professor, Tenure-Track- 2 positions (Computer Science & Cybersecurity)
Massachusetts Bay Community College
Position Summary:

Massachusetts Bay Community College invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Cybersecurity from qualified applicants. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a passion for teaching and promoting success among a diverse student population. Faculty members are responsible for developing educational and evaluation materials consistent with the philosophy and framework of the program, MassBay Community College, and the Computer Science department in accordance with the evolving needs of the department.

The division intends to fill two roles: Assistant/Associate Professor- Computer Science and Assistant/Associate Professor- Cybersecurity.

The successful candidate will be comfortable offering hands-on laboratory courses using current computer technologies, software, and tools. The applicant will demonstrate a solid understanding of a community college's role in workforce development and a successful transfer (through the creation of pathways) to a higher institution. The Ideal candidate will demonstrate a good understanding of shared governance and a strong commitment to collaboration and professional development. The successful candidate will help the department develop relevant courses and teaching strategies for students with diverse interests and learning styles to support student recruitment and retention. The Cybersecurity faculty is responsible for maintaining their certification to fulfill the ongoing needs of this position.
Courses may be held in the classroom at Wellesley (in-person), in the hybrid or online environment, and/or via other modalities as assigned.

Required Qualifications:

Master's degree in Computer Science, Cybersecurity, Information Technology, or relevant fields from an accredited university;
Post-secondary teaching experience.

(Click on the link for details)
Full-Time Computer Science Faculty
University of West Georgia
Based upon a significant donation to the institution, UWG expects the formation of a new College of Mathematics, Computing, and Sciences in 2024. We invite you to join us during this exciting time in the evolution of computing at UWG. The department invites dynamic applicants to join our rapidly growing Computing and CS programs. We seek full-time (lecturer, senior lecturer, assistant, and associate professor) faculty to begin August 2024 or January 2025.

All applicants are considered, with particular interest in faculty with expertise in data science; cybersecurity; game development; extended reality (XR->AR/MR/VR); or graphic/visual computing.

Candidates will teach face to face, hybrid, or online courses. Candidates possessing a PhD will have the opportunity to teach at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

We are interested in candidates with a commitment to excellence in teaching and student engagement and a desire to embrace innovative methods in teaching and learning. Additional expectations include professional development and scholarly activity, and service to the department, college, and UWG community.

Candidates will work with students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds and have a demonstrated commitment to improving access to higher education for all students regardless of background.
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Computer Science
West Chester University of Pennsylvania
Join a vibrant equity-minded campus community whose excellence is reflected in its community, cultural engagement, and student success. The Department of Computer Science invites applicants for a full-time, tenure-track, Assistant Professor of Computer Science to begin in August 2024.

West Chester University, a member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, is a public, comprehensive institution committed to offering high-quality undergraduate education, selected post-baccalaureate and graduate programs, and a variety of educational and cultural resources for its students, alumni, and citizens of southeastern Pennsylvania. The University offers more than 100 graduate and undergraduate programs in the sciences and mathematics, business and public management, arts and humanities, health sciences, education and social work, music, and interdisciplinary studies. We are a community of educators dedicated to developing graduates who succeed personally and professionally and contribute to the common good.

The Computer Science Department, within the College of Sciences & Mathematics, is accredited by ABET and recognized by the National Security Agency (NSA) & Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as one of the national centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance. The Computer Science Department values inclusive faculty who balance excellent teaching with active scholarship.
Please see web link for further details.
UIC CS teaching track faculty
University of Illinois Chicago
Hello all!

The Computer Science Department at the University of Illinois Chicago (UIC) seeks to hire full-time teaching faculty (Lecturer or Clinical Professor). Candidates would work alongside 24 full-time teaching faculty with over 150 years of experience and 14 awards for excellence. Standard teaching load is three course sections per semester. Additionally, our teaching faculty participate and often lead efforts in shared governance and committees, curriculum decisions and development, and computer science education at a local and national level.

UIC is one of the top-ten most diverse universities in the US (US News and World Report), a top 25 public and top 10 best value (Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education), and a Hispanic-serving institution. The

Clinical Professor track is a long-term career track that starts with Clinical Assistant Professor and offers advancement to Clinical Associate and Clinical Full Professor. Minimum qualifications include a PhD in Computer Science or a closely related field. Teaching is the primary focus for clinical faculty, but there are also opportunities for research.

The Lecturer track is a long-term career track that starts with Lecturer and offers opportunities for advancement to Senior Lecturer. Minimum qualifications include an MS in Computer Science and significant teaching experience.

The department seeks candidates interested in all areas of computer science, but in particular systems and software engineering. Submit applications online at Here is a direct link to our posting:

Applications will continue to be reviewed until positions are filled. Feel free to contact the search chair Shanon Reckinger at with any questions!

Thank you,
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Computer Science Faculty
County College of Morris
see link for complete description
This position is not virtual only. Must teach on campus.
Computer Science/Information Technology Faculty
County College of Morris
see link for description
This position is not virtual only. Must teach on campus.
PhD students (funded)
Stevens Institute Of Technology
Greetings, We have Ph.D. positions in Software Engineering and AI, with scholarships available for eligible candidates, at the Stevens Institute of Technology, School of Systems and Enterprises. The campus is located in Hoboken, New Jersey, a vibrant city on the Hudson River directly across from New York City. For more information, please feel free to email me at
Teaching Faculty Position
Northeastern University
Khoury College of Computer Sciences at Northeastern University is looking for teacher-scholars to join our Teaching Faculty. This is an open rank search, and the College will make appointments at the assistant, associate, or full teaching professor rank.

Want to hear from current faculty what it is like to work at Khoury? Stop by our informal hiring event tomorrow, Friday 10:30-12:30pm. Members of the diversity and inclusion hiring committee will be right across G132, near Ginkoberry marketplace.

See you then!

PS. We will have some Khoury swags and donuts. Can’t say no to donuts :)
Director of Khoury Computing Programs
Northeastern University
Northeastern University is hiring Directors of Computing Programs!

For those attending the SIGCSE’24 Technical Symposium in Portland, we would love to chat with you in person about our open positions, including Director (more below). We have an informal hiring event on Friday 3/22 from 10:30am-12:30pm with current teaching faculty sharing their experience. We will gather across from G132, near Ginkoberry marketplace.

Khoury College of Computer Sciences at Northeastern University is looking for a Director of Computing Programs at their ***Arlington Virginia, Miami and Seattle campuses***. This role is at associate or full teaching professor rank and oversees the operational functions of Khoury programs on the campus, including faculty mentoring, budgeting, and collaboration with Graduate Student Services staff that provide academic advising, cocurricular programming, and career services support.

You’ll be joining an active and diverse group of teaching faculty across Northeastern University’s network of campuses. Khoury College is a dynamic, inclusive place to work, with a track record of incredible support for teaching faculty inncluding opportunities for impact beyond the classroom, progressive policies for equitable pay, workload, benefits, and involvement with the college, a commitment to broadening participation and a College driven by a mission of CS for everyone

To learn what it is like to work at Khoury College, see:
Director positions:




Assistant Professer
Spelman College
Tenure-Track Position in Computing & Data Analytics
Trinity Christian College
Full-time, Christian Liberal Arts college (pro's and con's ask me!). Teaching both Computer Science and Data Science/Analytics
Inaugural Dean College of Mathematics, Computing, and Sciences
University of West Georgia
The University of West Georgia seeks an innovative leader who will help launch the new College of Mathematics, Computing, and Science (CMCS). Reporting directly to the Provost, the CMCS dean will begin on July 1, with a one-year appointment renewable for up to two years. During the initial appointment, a national search will be conducted, and based upon accomplishments in the position, the inaugural dean will be well equipped and competitive for the position.

Founded on the largest philanthropic gift in the institution’s history, the new college will offer transformative educational experiences and engage in impactful applied research and co-curricular activities that connect students, faculty, communities, industry and government partners, and alumni to the latest innovations in mathematics, computing, and science. Experiential learning and career readiness activities will be central to the mission of CMCS.

The college contains two schools, a unit focused on student success and external partnerships, and a group of research centers. The School of Computing, Analytics, and Modeling, and the School of Field Investigations and Experimental Sciences deliver academic programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels in Mathematics, Computer Science, Computing, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geology, and Geography with a mission of growing student enrollment and increasing graduation success. Faculty expertise and institutional priorities will lead to center development in the areas of Student Success and Experiential Learning; Applied Forensic Sciences and Criminal Investigative Services; Sustainability, Conservation, and Field Studies; Intelligent Systems; Virtual and Augmented Reality; Software Enterprise; and Materials Science.

For more information and to express interest, please email Dr. Jon A Preston (Provost) at
Teaching-track faculty position
Stevens Institute Of Technology
Job Duties
Faculty duties include teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, advising and mentoring undergraduate/graduate students, course development and delivery, and contributing service to Stevens and the professional community.

Basic Qualifications
• Applicants must possess a doctoral degree in a related engineering or science discipline prior to commencement of employment.
• Demonstrated evidence of relevant teaching or relevant industry-based professional expertise that will benefit the preparation of students for the workplace required.
• Experience with advising and/or mentoring desirable.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills a must.

To apply, please submit your package as a single PDF file that contains your curriculum vita, cover letter, research statement, teaching statement, and contact information for 3 references online at

If you have any questions, please direct your inquiries to Dr. Zhongyuan Yu at Review of applications will commence immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Oregon Institute of Technology
9 month contract, 3 quarters, teach CSET classes
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