The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University (ASU) and The Polytechnic School (TPS) seeks applicants for faculty lecturer positions in the Information Technology (IT) program, beginning in the fall 2018 semester. Appointments will be made at the rank of lecturer commensurate with candidate’s experience and accomplishments.
The IT Program is one of the outstanding programs at Arizona State University. The program is housed on the Polytechnic Campus and resides in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. The IT program curriculum is a unique program using a professional practice model, with integrated, active learning strategies, incorporating increasing levels of difficulty. The program offers a Bachelor’s and Master’s of Science in Information Technology.
The new IT faculty members will be expected to contribute to excellence in undergraduate and graduate teaching (both online and face-to-face) in one or more of the following IT disciplines: programming (Java & Script, Python, and Linux); networking, including wireless & Internet of Things (IoT); databases and Information systems, including SQL & big data; and/or cybersecurity, including network forensics. Other responsibilities include advising and mentoring graduate and undergraduate students, involvement in further developing and delivering graduate and undergraduate curricula, and service to the program, university, state, and profession. This is a non-tenure track appointment with a fixed term academic year contract.
- Master’s in Information Technology, Computer Science, Computer Science Education, or a closely related field.
- Academic background commensurate with teaching courses in one or more of the subject areas listed above.
- Relevant academic experience; including teaching one or more of the IT relevant subject areas. Teaching experience to include both on campus and on-line interactions that incorporate lecture and instructional-based labs and activities integrated into course material. Working with students in developing a Capstone development project that demonstrates acquired knowledge during his/her course of instruction. Course development: experience in developing new courses or modifying courses for on-line delivery; including creating relevant labs and activities that can be completed by both on campus and on-line students.
- Relevant industry experience: Background in working in industry in one of the related IT disciplines.
Review of applications will begin March 26, 2018; if not filled, reviews will occur on the 1st and 15th of each month thereafter until the search is closed. To apply, candidates will be asked to submit the following through their Interfolio Dossier:
Cover Letter summarizing the applicant’s experience
Teaching Statement (limited to one page)
Contact Information for Three References
For additional information or questions regarding position specifics, please contact the search committee chair Dr. Usha Jagannathan at firstname.lastname@example.org