Instructor or Assistant Professor of Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science (CS) at Saint Michael’s College invites applications for one faculty position to begin in the fall of 2023, at either the level of Instructor or Assistant Professor (the latter being a tenure track position) – depending upon the candidate’s qualifications. The successful candidate will teach one or more of our three introductory programming courses: Intro to CS 1, Intro to CS 2, and/or Data Structures. They will also teach several upper-level CS courses, chosen from the following topics (depending on the candidate’s expertise): artificial intelligence and/or machine learning, programming languages, software engineering, operating systems, computer networks, data bases, cryptography and/or cybersecurity. We would also encourage the introduction of new courses, in areas not listed here, that would be appropriate for an undergraduate major in CS.
Candidates should be ready to contribute to our vibrant residential campus community. The college is committed to supporting diversity and inclusivity among students, faculty, and staff; therefore, all members of the community are expected to contribute to fostering an inclusive and equitable learning and working environment. Applicants with past experiences and contributions to creating such an environment will be given strong consideration.
Benefits include health, dental, vision, employer paid life and disability insurance, voluntary life, critical illness and accident insurance options, parental leave, flexible spending accounts (healthcare and dependent care), 401(k), employee and dependent tuition benefits, employee assistance program, well-being programs and opportunities, discounted gym membership, paid volunteer time, use of the athletic facilities and the library, and countless opportunities to attend presentations, lectures, and other campus activities.
- A Master’s or PhD degree in CS (or a related field) by August of 2023
- Prior teaching and/or industry experience preferred
Please be prepared to attach the following documents after clicking on the Apply Now button:
- Cover letter
- Curriculum Vitae
- Statement of teaching philosophy
- Statement of diversity, equity, and inclusion articulating how your teaching, research, or creative work, advising, or other activities can contribute to our goal of creating an inclusive and equitable learning environment for all students
- Names and contact information for 3 references
An offer of employment will be contingent upon the successful completion of a background check.
Review of applications will begin on January 5, 2023 and will continue until the position is filled.
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Saint Michael's College delivers a world-class education in a beautiful Vermont setting. Our close community allows students to form strong and enduring relationships with one another and with accomplished faculty and staff, providing an ideal learning environment where they have the space and support to challenge themselves and their peers. A fully residential college located minutes from Burlington, Saint Michael's offers an unparalleled mix of academic, spiritual, cultural, service, and wilderness experiences.
Saint Michael's is among the elite ranks of only 286 colleges and universities nationwide allowed to host a Phi Beta Kappa national honor society chapter on campus and is ranked 3rd in Best Colleges in Vermont by Niche, a popular college ranking website. In 2022, Saint Michael’s was once again named by The Princeton Review as one of the Best 388 Colleges, one of the Best Green Colleges, and one of the Best Northeastern Colleges. Situated next to Lake Champlain and the Green Mountains, nearby Burlington, Vermont, consistently ranks as one of the best places in America to live. This includes America's 10 Great Places to Live (Kiplinger's), Top 10 Cities for Outdoor Recreation (Outside Magazine), Top 10 Small Cities for State of Well-Being (Gallup-Healthways), Top 10 Tech Hubs in the U.S. (Forbes), Top 5 Healthiest Places for Women in America (Self Magazine), Top 10 Greenest Cities in America, and Top Public Square in America (USA Today). It was also recently named a “climate haven” and ranked in the 10 Best Places in America to Live for Climate Resilience.
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