Fundamentals of Operating Systems Adjunct Columbus
Franklin University, located in Columbus, Ohio, is seeking part-time adjunct faculty to teach a Fundamentals of Operating Systems course in an online format at our main campus downtown beginning January 2, 2017. This course introduces the major topics of operating systems such as file systems, IO, virtual memory, and scheduling as well as multi-process and threaded applications and the resultant need to apply synchronization to avoid deadlock. The application of operating systems is shown in mobile and personal devices as well as in servers and large scale processing systems. The position will also include participation in adjunct writing faculty meetings/retreats and associated departmental activities as identified by the Lead Faculty for the assigned course, Department Chair, or College Dean.
Candidates must have a minimum of a Master‘s degree, preferably in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, or a closely related discipline, or a minimum of 18 graduate credit hours in one of the aforementioned fields. The position requires at least four years of experience in a related field (IT, IS, software development, etc.). The ideal candidate will have at least three years of teaching experience at the college or university level in the classroom and online. Must have solid skills in C programming.
The University promotes a student-centered, quality-teaching environment. Founded in 1902, Franklin University has been the leading educator of nontraditional students in Central Ohio and surrounding areas and enjoys the strong support of the local business community. The University highly appreciates its adjunct faculty and has awards for excellent teaching and professional development support.
To apply, please visit https://forms.franklin.edu/employment to complete the adjunct faculty application for the Fundamentals of Operating Systems Adjunct Columbus position and attach a copy of your resume or curriculum vita along with your unofficial transcripts.
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