Senior Executive Service Career Opportunity – Tier 2
ES-0180/0854/0855/1310/1520/1550: $126,148 - $189,600 per annum* (2019 salary)
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Become a member of an elite research and development community involved in basic and applied
scientific research and advanced technological development for tomorrow’s Navy and for the Nation.
The Superintendent of the Information Technology Division is responsible for the conception, planning
and formulation of the scientific program of the Division in pursuance of the military defense of the United
States. He/she provides the Technical and administrative leadership required to insure that significant
and productive accomplishments flow from that program.
As the Superintendent, you will:
• Establish priorities by considering the relative importance of the work to other work carried on
by the Division, its utility and adaptability to the national defense, its usefulness in other fields
of research and development, and its potential value in relation to the increase of scientific
• Assigns problems to the operating Branches, approves their general plans, stimulates interest and
activity on the part of Division personnel, reviews progress and completed work for soundness of
approach, validity of conclusions and advisability of recommendations.
• Coordinates the research and development of the Division with that performed in other Divisions at
the NRL, in other US and allied Government laboratories, universities and industrial laboratories.
• Is a recognized authority in the field of computer science, communications, cyber security,
artificial intelligence and allied disciplines.
• Responsible for planning and directing the effective administration of the Division which includes
administering budget matters that fall within the province of the Divisions operations.
Applicants should be recognized as national/international authorities and should have planned and
executed difficult programs of national significance or specialized programs that show outstanding
attainment in their field of research.
For more information and specific instructions on how to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov, log in and enter the
following announcement number: DE-10493155-19-JS. The announcement closes 28 June 2019. Contact
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NRL is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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University of Central Missouri
Assistant Professor in Computer Science -
The School of Computer Science and Mathematics at the University of Central Missouri is accepting applications for three non tenure-track
positions in Computer Science at the rank of
Assistant Professor. The appointment will begin
August 2019. We are looking for faculty excited by
the prospect of shaping our school’s future and
contributing to its sustained excellence.
The Position: Duties will include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in computer science,
cybersecurity and/or software engineering, and
developing new courses depending upon the
expertise of the applicant and school needs, program accreditation and assessment. Faculty are expected to assist with school and university committee work and service activities, and advising majors.
Dr. Songlin Tian, Search Committee Chair
School of Computer Science and Mathematics
University of Central Missouri
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Initial screening of applications begins May
1, 2019, and continues until position is filled. AA/
EEO/ADA. Women and minorities are encouraged
UCM is located in Warrensburg, MO, which is
35 miles southeast of the Kansas City metropolitan
area. It is a public comprehensive university with
about 13,000 students. The School of Computer
Science and Mathematics offers undergraduate
and graduate programs in Computer Science,
Cybersecurity and Software Engineering with over
700 students. The undergraduate Computer Science
and Cybersecurity programs are accredited by the
Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET.
• Ph.D. in Computer Science, Cybersecurity or
• Demonstrated ability to teach existing courses
at the undergraduate and/or graduate levels
• Excellent verbal and written communication
The Application Process: To apply online, go
to https://jobs.ucmo.edu. Apply to position
#997335, #997819 or #998560. The following
items should be attached: a letter of interest, a
curriculum vitae, copies of transcripts, and a list
of at least three professional references including
their names, addresses, telephone numbers and
email addresses. Official transcripts and three
letters of recommendation will be requested for
candidates invited for on-campus interview. For
more information, contact: