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Full-Time Teaching Faculty

Drexel University's new College of Computing & Informatics invites applications for multiple full-time teaching faculty positions. The department offers BS, BA, MS, and PhD degrees in computer science, as well as BS and MS degrees in software engineering.

Areas of relevant teaching expertise include computer game programming and design; C++, Java, Python programming; data structures; Unix scripting and program development; CS mathematical foundations; web and mobile app development; systems programming and architecture; software engineering fundamentals; and software specification, design and architecture.

Drexel is a private university committed to research with real-world applications.  The university has over 25,000 students in 14 colleges and schools and offers about 200 degree programs. The College of Computing and Informatics has approximately 75 faculty and 2,300 students. Drexel has one of the largest and best-known cooperative education programs, with over 1,200 co-op employers. Drexel is located on Philadelphia's "Avenue of Technology" in the University City District and at the hub of the academic, cultural, and historical resources of the nation's sixth largest metropolitan region.

Review of applications begins immediately. To assure consideration, materials from applicants should be received by February 28, 2014. Successful applicants must demonstrate potential for teaching excellence in the environment of a major research university. To be considered, apply at, requisition #5749.

Your application should consist of a cover letter, CV, a brief statement describing your teaching interests, and a list of references. Letters of reference will be requested from the candidates who are invited for a campus interview. Electronic submissions in PDF format are required.

Drexel University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. The College of Computing & Informatics is especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community. Background investigations are required for all new hires as a condition of employment, after the job offer is made. Employment will be contingent upon the University's acceptance of the results of the background investigation.