Permanence-track Learning Specialist - Ancillary Academic Staff II
University of Windsor
As a Learning Specialist, the successful candidate will bring industrially relevant expertise to the classroom and provide support for all aspects of the Schoolís programs, particularly the Master of Applied Computing (MAC) program. The successful candidate should be involved in all aspects of student academic development as it pertains to preparing them for advanced careers in industry. This includes teaching, course development, academic advising, project supervision, and developing industry collaborations. Candidates should have demonstrated evidence of professional and community leadership and a commitment to lifelong learning.
Essential qualifications are a Masterís Degree in Computer Science or closely related field as deemed by the search committee.
The candidate must demonstrate evidence of development of educational and training contents in industry and higher education in North America, as well as evidence of personal success in teaching (e.g. awards, recognitions). Current industry teaching certification (e.g. Certified instructor in SCRUM Alliance, CISCO, (ISC)2, Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, etc.) is required along with the demonstrated ability to teach computer science courses at various levels. Recent North American industry experience related to software development (e.g. software tester, analyst, designer/architect, developer, manager) is required along with an established role in community of practice around current computing technology (e.g. organizing role). The candidate must have proven ability to hold and actively engage Industry in computing connector events; the ability to connect with CS industry on projects; experience in mentoring individuals and teams in industry/collaborative computing projects; evidence of professional and community service leadership (e.g. advisory boards, steering committees, etc.); a vision for future education delivery at the School of Computer Science (e.g. applied and experiential learning); and evidence of commitment to lifelong learning. Excellent oral and written English communication skills and strong interpersonal/leadership qualities are required.
Preferred qualifications include evidence of active involvement and leadership in collaborative funded projects.
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 July 12, 2019.
Applications may be considered after the deadline date; however, acceptance of late submissions is at the discretion of the appointments committee.
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