Instructor, Asisstant or Associate Professor of ITS

Description The Department of Mathematics and Information Technology & Security in the College of Arts and Sciences at Campbell University is seeking a full time faculty member in information technology and security (ITS) at the rank of instructor, assistant professor, or associateprofessor of to begin in August of 2019.  There is also an option of starting in January 2019, if the successful applicant is available. Rank and salary are dependent on credentials and experience. Teaching responsibilities will include a range of lower and upper level undergraduate ITS courses. In addition to teaching, the successful applicant will be expected to work toward maintaining a strong ITS program, to regularly engage in scholarly activity, to serve on university and departmental committees, and to aid the department in other functions such as assessment and student advisement.  Additionally, candidates must support the mission of the University. Requirements Qualifications: A terminal degree in information technology, computer science, or a related field is desirable, however candidates with a Master's Degree and relevant experience may be considered. The successful applicant will have a record of (or potential for) outstanding teaching at the undergraduate level, the ability to relate well with students, and the ability to teach students with a wide range of aptitude. Campbell University is a traditional, liberal arts institution of over 3200 full-time undergraduate main campus students with a strong General College Curriculum. Campbell University is comprised of nine colleges and schools: the College of Arts and Sciences, the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, the Lundy Fetterman School of Business, the School of Education, the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, the Divinity School, the Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine, the Catherine W. Wood School of Nursing, and the School of Engineering.      1773
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