Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Computer Science
University of Windsor
The School is seeking to complement its existing strengths and encourages applicants with demonstrated potential to build an internationally recognized, externally funded, and exceptional research program.
The successful candidates are expected to demonstrate a commitment to excellence in research and teaching, as well as interest in collaborating in all aspects of the academic unit. Applicants must show potential to become an innovative independent researcher and a leader in his or her field, capable of successful supervision of graduate students and teaching of graduate level courses. Successful candidates are expected to excel at teaching at all levels and regularly participate in curriculum development, as well as teaching a wide range of topics and levels as assigned. Undergraduate student supervision and advising are expected.
The candidates will be expected to collaborate with other faculty members from within and outside the School of Computer Science, obtain external funding, and actively participate in the School’s activities. Professional and departmental/institutional services are also expected.
A PhD in Computer Science (or closely related field) is required by the date of appointment. The applicant must demonstrate a record of, or show potential for, excellence in research and teaching. A demonstrated research record should be supported by evidence such as recent high impact refereed publications, external grants, and any record of successful student supervision and research collaborations. A demonstrated teaching record supported by a recent teaching dossier, student evaluations, and record of course development and teaching are required. A potential for excellent teaching of a wide variety of computer science courses at all levels of the undergraduate and graduate programs is expected. The applicant should demonstrate his/her interest in collaborating in all aspects of an academic department, showing evidence where applicable of recent service record in the professional and departmental/institutional unit. Strong English communication and interpersonal skills are essential.
Industry related experience and/or experience with successful industry funded projects are recommended. An established research record supported by individual or team grants; involvement in course and curriculum development; demonstrated record of high quality teaching with the ability to teach a wide range of courses; excellent teaching scores in North American institutions; demonstrated record of service to university, departmental communities, and also to professional organizations; and involvement in professional and community service are preferred.
To ensure full consideration, complete an online application (http://www.uwindsor.ca/facultypositions) found on the job advertisement, and ensure letters of reference are submitted by the deadline date of August 10, 2019.
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