Assistant/Associate Professor of Computer Engineering and Cybersecurity (two positions)


  • Professional
  • Conway, AR
  • Posted 2 weeks ago
  • Expires on: November 16, 2017

University of Central Arkansas
Computer Science

The Department of Computer Science at the University of Central Arkansas is seeking exceptional candidates for two tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor positions, one in Computer Engineering and the other in Cybersecurity, both beginning in August 2018. Currently, the department has 12 full-time faculty members and offers an ABET accredited BS program in Computer Science and an MS program in Applied Computing.

Each position requires a doctorate degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Cyber security or a related discipline. For the Computer Engineering position, all areas of Computer Engineering will be considered; whereas for the Cybersecurity, Only candidates with expertise in Cybersecurity will be considered. Duties include teaching the undergraduate and graduate levels, research, and professional service.

Applicants should submit Research statement, C.V., cover letter and teaching statement required. Please provide contact information for three professional references that can provide a letter of reference for you via https://jobs.uca.edu (Position numbers 173092 and 173093). Review of applications will begin on January 11, 2018 and will continue until the position is filled. For questions, contact the department chair at ecelebi@uca.edu. Additional information about the department is available at https://uca.edu/computerscience. UCA is an EO/AA Employer.

UCA is located in Conway, Arkansas, a thriving city of approximately 60,000 in central Arkansas. Conway is home to several major industries, two private colleges, an excellent public school system, and strong private K12 schools. Residents enjoy easy access to both a large urban center (Little Rock is 30 minutes away via I-40) and pristine wildlife areas such as the Buffalo National River, and the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains.​