University of Utah
School of Computing
The School of Computing at the University of Utah seeks enthusiastic applicants for the position of Lecturing Professor (at all ranks) beginning in the fall semester of 2023. This lecturing faculty position is intended to be a long term or permanent position, with possibilities for extended contracts and promotion within the University’s Career Line Faculty structure.
The School of Computing currently employs 51 tenure-track and 9 lecturing faculty who collaborate to offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs. Lecturing faculty are valued members of the collegial School of Computing faculty and have frequent opportunities for professional growth.
The qualifications of an ideal candidate include (i) a PhD in computer science or a related field, (ii) a demonstrated proficiency in teaching, and (iii) an interest in curriculum development. Lecturing faculty typically teach four courses a year, are heavily involved in university governance and service, and are encouraged to continuously improve their scholastic credentials (e.g., by developing curriculum, employing innovative pedagogical methods, publication, etc.).
The School of Computing is updating the degree options for undergraduates, which provides an exciting opportunity for new lecturing faculty to make significant contributions to curriculum. In particular, candidates with expertise in web technologies (frontend/backend infrastructure, web UI/UX, virtualization, security, and cloud) are sought.
The University of Utah’s School of Computing is committed to recruiting, welcoming, and supporting a diverse community of undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral candidates, research scientists, staff, and faculty. To demonstrate this commitment, we have created the Utah Center for Inclusive Computing to broaden participation in the undergraduate majors (see ucic.cs.utah.edu). To build a more diverse and representative faculty, we strongly encourage applications from populations underrepresented in computing, as well as candidates with nontraditional backgrounds. The School is also committed to addressing lifestyle priorities and will work with candidates to develop opportunities for spouses and partners.
Salt Lake City is a desirable place to live, with a vibrant downtown showcasing cultural activities and dining options. Utah is renowned for its access to the outdoors, including world-class hiking and skiing opportunities. The University of Utah provides a generous benefits package with a variety of medical and dental plans from which to choose. Other important benefits include retirement, tuition reduction, a wellness program, and an Employee Assistance Program.
Candidates may apply through the following URL:
Candidates are requested to submit a cover letter, CV, 3 references, and a teaching statement. We also require a one-page statement that describes how the candidate will contribute to fostering an inclusive research and teaching environment in the School of Computing (uploaded as “Applicant Document – Other”).
Review of applications will begin after November 1 and will continue until the position is filled.
The University of Utah is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and educator. Minorities, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Veterans’ preference is extended to qualified veterans. Reasonable disability accommodations will be provided with appropriate notice. For additional information about the University’s commitment to equal opportunity and access see: http://www.utah.edu/nondiscrimination/.