Professor, (Cyber Security/Digital Forensics)
ACADEMIC AFFAIRS ANNOUNCES AN OPENING IN THE BUSINESS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIVISION
POSITION: Professor, CIT (Cyber Security/Digital Forensics)
Description of Duties:
Teach fifteen (15) credit hours per semester in the area of Cyber Security and Digital Forensics. Maintain a minimum of 27.5 total teaching, student office hours, division service hours, and college service hours per week. Perform College committee and Division committee assignments as assigned by the Dean. Assume responsibilities for program and curriculum development, student advisement, and assist in both the writing of and the administration of any grants awarded in the area of Cyber Security/Digital Forensics at the request of the Dean and/or the Program Director. Essential Functions: Class/curriculum preparation for all classes assigned and taught. Regular attendance. Grading and the reporting of all grading in a timely manner. Maintenance of the D2L platform for each class and class section taught. Availability to students. Assistance with both the writing of and administration of grants awarded to the Cyber Security/Digital Forensics program. Perform other related duties as assigned. The hours are variable and may require some evenings and weekends.
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related discipline and two (2) years industry experience in the field of Information Technology. Currently holds at least one of the following certifications: CompTia A+, Network+, or Security+ and agree to complete all three of the certifications within 2 years of employment. Complete the CISSP certification within 4 years. Knowledge of Cyber Security, Networking, Digital Forensics, and basic programming. Interest and willingness to manage/build the Cyber Security Program. Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills. Light lifting up to 10 lbs and light carrying up to 10 lbs. Ability to reach above shoulder. Periods of time spent sitting, standing, walking, kneeling, bending and stooping.
Master’s Degree, Doctorate Degree or additional graduate work in Computer Science or related discipline. Experience teaching Cyber Security courses at the collegiate level. Experience teaching in both online and campus-based environments. Experience working in Cyber Security, Networking, Digital Forensics, Encryption, Security Policy, Telecommunications or Mobile industry and Object-Oriented Programming. Hold the following certifications: CompTia A+, Network+, Security+, CISSP, EnCE, ACE.
Application Deadline: October 29, 2019