Adjunct Faculty, Cyber / Digital Forensics
The candidate will include teaching of courses in the Cyber/Digital Forensics programs in Stevenson University Online. Responsibilities include time spent in the classroom, laboratory, or online in telecommunications courses and in immediate preparation for them; maintaining and improving competence in subjects being taught; preparing teaching materials; conferring with students on course materials; directing individual and group studies and practical; reviewing written or online examinations and papers; evaluating presentations; and supervising independent study projects. Teaching online and hybrid courses using the BlackBoard™ Course Management System. Participating in professional peer review as an essential feature of effective teaching. Student advising includes time spent meeting or online with students regarding academic, curricular and career matters. University service includes service on the Faculty Council, school and departmental committees. Professional service implies the use of academic and professional expertise to serve your profession, the community, and the University. Engage in instructional activity totaling no more than 1,000 contact hours per academic year. Prepare and distribute course syllabi according to university and departmental requirements. Grade all assignments, quizzes, projects, and/or exams as described in the course syllabi. Meet with students (in person or virtual) as related to instructional activity. Evaluate, update, and revise courses regularly. Participate in the assessment activities of the Department, Division, and University as directed. Administrative responsibilities include writing syllabi, grading course work, submitting final grades. Professional Development Workshops are offered up to three times per year, usually on either Saturday mornings or in the evening. Student advising includes time spent meeting or online with students regarding academic, curricular and career matters.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have Master’s degree in law, information technology, accounting, investigations, criminalistics or related field with 2+ years of teaching experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Preferred certifications are CPA, CFE, CIA, CISA. Doctoral degree preferred. Expertise in a specific subject area of coursework related to assigned teaching responsibilities are needed. Excellent communication skills are essential and a commitment to excellence in teaching, service and technology application in the classroom is needed. Courses require technology and organizational skills and experience working with Blackboard or a similar platform is essential.
Posting Number: 201200600P Send a resume, and cover letter.
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