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We are seeking to appoint an Assistant Professor in the Information Security field from August 2019 Candidates should hold a PhD with teaching experience in this area. Industrial experience and professional certification in the general area of information security is a plus. Non Native English speaking candidates require to have Academic IELTS band 7. AD Poly is looking for candidates who can demonstrate subject knowledge/experience in System security administration, Secure Software Development on different platforms, digital forensics, Malware Analysis, Security operations, Cloud and Critical Infrastructure Security, Security Models and Architecture, security engineering, IoT and Big data security, and operating systems security.
• Committed to innovation in Teaching and Learning Initiatives, with a positive “can do” attitude and willingness to promote life-long learning across IAT • Strong written and verbal communication skills, good interpersonal skills and an ability to work with diverse groups of people • Sound understanding of technologies that support educational development and current with technology developments • Excellent oral and written English essential. • Can work under pressure • Value and strong work ethic • Can prioritize workloads, delivering on time • Possess strong analytical and information organizational skills • Excellent interpersonal skills • Proven time management skills • A logical and methodical documenter • Keeps up to date with current trends by reading manuals, technical reports, periodicals etc. • Responsible for the conduct of tutorials, practical classes, demonstrations, workshops, and/or student field excursions. • The preparation and delivery of lectures and seminars provided that their skills and experience demonstrate this capacity. • Acting as a student advocate where appropriate. • Involvement in professional activity. • Consultation with students. • Marking and assessment primarily connected with courses in which the faculty member teaches. • Production of teaching materials for students for whom the faculty member has responsibility. • Development of course material with appropriate guidance from the program coordinator. • Acting as instructor of record or section coordinators provided that their skills and experience demonstrate this capacity. • Recommending relevant changes to the curriculum committee as appropriate. • Attendance at divisional/unit meetings, faculty meetings, and membership in AD Poly committees. • Ensuring own professional development by seeking learning opportunities as appropriate. • Assigned extra-curricular activities for the program and the college.