We seek a full-time Assistant/Associate Professor in the Department of Information Assurance & Technology starting Fall 2013. The primary responsibility for this position will be undergraduate face-to-face instruction in the following areas: Information Assurance, Enterprise Security, Penetration Testing, Systems Security. Interest/experience in areas such as Digital Forensics, Risk Management, Auditing, and Wireless Networking is a plus. Teaching responsibilities may include introductory networking and security courses as well as systems administration courses. Small class sizes optimize instructor-student interaction; hands-on activities help translate theory into practice. The College is entrepreneurial and market driven: the curriculum is in constant change. Consequently, the College particularly values current industry and other “real world” experience for its faculty and students.
The typical teaching load is four courses per semester. While there is no scholarship requirement for retention, professional development for faculty is strongly encouraged and supported. Other responsibilities include course development, curriculum development, student advising, industry outreach, student team/project supervision, and service to support the mission of the department, division, and college.
Champlain College has been designated as a Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance and houses the Leahy Center for Digital Investigation.
The ideal candidate will have a proven teaching record, industry experience, and a Ph.D. in a relevant field. Candidates with a master’s degree and significant industry experience and/or professional accomplishments will be gladly considered and are invited to apply. Similarly for ABD candidates with degree completion expected before August 2014 (one year after initial appointment.). Rank will be determined based on qualifications of the successful candidate.
The successful candidate should be able to help build intercultural understanding and demonstrate multicultural perspectives that can foster a diverse and inclusive community both inside and outside of the classroom.