Multiple Full-Time Instructors
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University of South Carolina
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of South Carolina is seeking applications for multiple, full-time Instructor positions beginning immediately (or Summer/Fall 2017). Instructors will be required to teach courses in computer science and engineering, which may include computer programming, data structures and algorithms, computer architecture, databases, operating systems, networks, computer security, and software engineering. Duties will also include participation in student engagement activities such as student advising and recruitment. The position requires a Master’s or PhD degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Computer Information Systems, or a related field. Relevant industrial experience or teaching experience is preferred.
Application review begins January 15, 2017 and remains open until the positions are filled. Interested applicants should send a single PDF file that includes: (1) cover letter, (2) resume, (3) concise description of teaching interests, and (4) three letters of reference to Instructor2017@cse.sc.edu.
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering in the College of Engineering and Computing offers B.S. degrees in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, and Computer Engineering, M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science and Computer Engineering, a M.S. degree in Software Engineering, and a Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security Studies. The Department has 21 full-time faculty members, an undergraduate enrollment of 872 students, and a graduate enrollment of 175 students.
The University of South Carolina main campus in Columbia, with a diverse student population of 33,772 students, is the state’s flagship university. It was founded in 1801, and is one of the nation’s oldest and most comprehensive public universities. In 2016, Livability.com ranked Columbia, the seat of South Carolina government, as the third best college town. The temperate climate, the family friendly and resurgent city, the proximity to beaches and mountains, and the traditions and beauty of an historic university with forward-leaning benefits and practices, provide for a high quality of life.