Oral Roberts University's Computing and Mathematics Department invites qualified candidates to apply for a full-time tenure-track. Assistant Professor of Computer Science position will be open until filled.
Ideal candidates will have the ability to teach across the entire Computing & Mathematics department curriculum, with exact teaching duties determined by qualifications, expertise, and research interests. Candidates will be expected to remain current within their academic discipline and to lead an undergraduate research group but primarily to demonstrate excellence in teaching. In addition to teaching and research, candidates will be responsible for advising students, developing new courses - especially for our growing online curriculum - and serving on various university committees as a full-time, tenure-track faculty member of the Computing & Mathematics department.
Education & Experience Requirements:
1. Complete the ORU online faculty application
2. Please provide transcripts from all Colleges or Universities listed on your application
3. Please provide three letters of recommendation
Dr. Andrew Lang
APPLICATION PROCESS: Applicants should be prepared to submit a cover letter stating why you believe you are qualified to teach at ORU, a curriculum vita, and be prepared to upload copies of your transcripts of graduate work. If hired, you will need to immediately ask your institution's registrar to send an official transcript to Dr. Connie Sjoberg, Dean of Institutional Effectiveness, Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK 74171. The application may be viewed by clicking the Apply Now button at the top of the posting.
Evaluation of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. ORU requires a background check as a condition for faculty employment.
Oral Roberts University employs, advances, admits, and treats in its employment and educational programs all persons without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, status as a veteran or genetic information. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.