tions for one tenure track position in computer
science, at the rank of assistant professor, to begin in September 2009. We seek a highly qualified
candidate with demonstrated excellence in and
enthusiasm for teaching, a desire to contribute to
the culture and development of a small program,
and evidence of research potential. A doctorate in
computer science is required. The teaching load
is 3 courses/9 credit hours per semester.
The successful candidate will have a strong
background in software design/languages and
will be expected to teach a wide variety of courses
including: Introduction to Computer Science,
Data Structures, Software Design, Theory of Programming Languages, and Compiler Design.
Fairfield University, founded by the Jesuits,
is a comprehensive university with about 3,200
undergraduates and a strong emphasis on liberal
arts education. The department has an active faculty of 14 full-time tenured or tenure track members. We offer a BS in computer science as well as
a BS and an MS in mathematics.
Fairfield offers competitive salaries and compensation benefits. The picturesque campus is
located on Long Island Sound in southwestern
Connecticut, about 50 miles from New York City.
Fairfield is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information see http://
Applicants should send a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, teaching and research statements, and
three letters of recommendation commenting on
the applicant’s experience and promise as a teacher
and scholar, to Dr. Matt Coleman, Chair of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science,
Fairfield University, 1073 N. Benson Rd., Fairfield
CT 06824-5195. Full consideration will be given to
complete applications received by January 9, 2009.
florida international university
School of Computing and Information Sciences
Applications are invited for one or more tenure-track or tenured faculty positions at the levels of
Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor. A Ph.D. in
Computer Science or related areas is required. Outstanding candidates are sought in the areas of ( 1)
Computer Security, ( 2) Bio/Medical/Health Informatics, and ( 3) Data Integration/Search/ Visualization. Exceptional candidates in other areas will be
considered as well. Candidates for senior positions
must have a proven record of excellence in research
funding, publications, teaching, and professional
service, as well as demonstrated ability for developing and leading collaborative research projects.
Outstanding candidates for the senior positions
will be considered for the endowed Ryder Professorship position. Successful candidates are expected
to develop a high-quality funded research program
and must be committed to excellence in teaching
at both graduate and undergraduate levels.
Florida International University (FIU), the
state university of Florida in Miami, is ranked
by the Carnegie Foundation as a comprehensive
doctoral research university with high research
activity. FIU offers over 200 baccalaureate, masters and doctoral degree programs in 21 colleges
and schools. With over 38,000 students, it is one
of the 25 largest universities in the United States,
and boasts a new and accredited Law School and
the newly created College of Medicine.
The School of Computing and Information Sciences (SCIS) is a rapidly growing program of excellence at the University. It has 30 faculty members
(including nine new faculty members hired in the
last five years), 1,200 students including over 70
Ph.D. students, and offers B.S., M.S., and Ph.D.
degrees in Computer Science and B.S. and B.A.
degrees in Information Technology. The School
is one of the largest computing programs in the
eleven-university Florida State University System
(SUS) and represents 20% of all degrees awarded
by the system in the area. SCIS is the largest producer of Hispanic CS and IT graduates in the US.
The School has tripled its external research funding in the last six years with $3.8 million in 2008-
09 (to date), and is now consistently one of the top
t wo funded research programs in the SUS, in terms
of per-faculty annual external funding. The SCIS
faculty leads several major NSF sponsored initiatives, including Center of Research Excellence in
Science & Technology (CREST), Partnership for International Research & Education (PIRE), Industry-University Corporative Research Center (I/UCRC),
Major Research Instruments (MRI), Research
Experience for Undergraduates (REU), and holds
four CAREER Awards from NSF and DOE. The
School boosts six research centers or clusters and
a first class computing infrastructure and support
system. Furthermore, the School enjoys broad and
dynamic industry and international partnerships.
Applications, including a letter of interest, contact information, curriculum vitae, and the names
of at least three references, should be sent to Chair
Dunedin, New Zealand
Department of Information Science
School of Business
The University of Otago is seeking to appoint an outstanding individual to provide strategic leadership in research and teaching initiatives for the Department
of Information Science. This is an excellent opportunity for an internationally recognised academic to make an exemplary contribution to research, teaching,
and the supervision of postgraduate students, in the first university outside the United States to be selected as a Sun Microsystems OpenSPARC Centre of Excellence.
The Information Science Department is part of the School of Business and has unique qualities. The Department places an emphasis on the way information is used in the organisational
and social environments. The curriculum is primarily concerned with the way technology is designed, developed, and managed to produce, store, manipulate, and disseminate
information, and includes aspects of software engineering and information technology. Please visit http://www.business.otago.ac.nz/infoscience/ for more information.
We are looking for an enthusiastic Associate Professor or Professor with the potential to lead the Department in the future. The candidate must be research active, able to support
research projects, develop further research programmes, and build strong linkages with business.
The successful applicant will have excellent administrative skills, and the ability to nurture and develop our academic staff and students. There will also be a focus on curriculum
development and teaching support as well as strengthening links with other departments.
The successful candidate will have a PhD, an extensive record of publications in high impact international journals, a sustained track record of attracting external funding, and
a demonstrated ability to lead a research focused team.
Specific enquiries may be directed to Professor Martin Purvis, Acting Head of Department, Information Science, Tel 64 3 479 8796, Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit www.otago.ac.nz/vacancies for more information about this vacancy and its closing date. If this vacancy is no longer posted on the website please visit
www.otago.ac.nz/informationscience for an update about the position.
Applications should quote reference number A08/134.
With each application you must include an application form, an EEO Information Statement, a covering letter, contact details for three referees and one copy of your full
curriculum vitae. For an application form, EEO Information Statement and a full job description go to: www.otago.ac.nz/jobs Alternatively, contact the Human Resources
Division, Tel 64 3 479 8269, Fax 64 3 479 8279, Email email@example.com
Equal opportunity in employment is University policy.