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Miami Gardens, FL
Gus Machado School of Business
The Gus Machado School of Business at St. Thomas University, Florida, invites applications for adjunct faculty. We are seeking dynamic and collegial individuals committed to teaching excellence and student involvement. The responsibilities include teaching, curriculum development and outreach. Applicants will be expected to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in our Cyber Security Management program and should be able demonstrate the potential for peer-reviewed scholarship and publications; and have experience with the use of discipline-specific software and technology in the classroom.
Job Qualifications: Candidates should hold a doctoral degree with specialization in Cyber Security Management, Information Systems Security Management or a related discipline. Prior teaching experience and/or professional cyber security certification such as CISM, CISSP, or CISA is preferred. Preference will be given to candidates with demonstrated ability to teach one or more of the following courses: computer networks, ethical hacking, cyber-security, digital forensics, IS audit, or security management. Experience using software and technology in cyber security is necessary.
How to apply
Please send a letter of interest, copies of post-secondary degree transcripts, contact information for three professional references, and curriculum vita to [email protected]. Please use MS Word or Adobe pdf attachments only. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. If you have any questions, please contact Professor Lloyd Mitchell at [email protected].
St. Thomas University is a Catholic university with rich cultural diversity and is committed to the academic and professional success of its students.
St. Thomas University is an E-Verify® Equal Opportunity Employer. All employees must pass a criminal background check prior to commencement of employment. Official degree transcripts will be required upon offer of employment. Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the U.S.