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Objective: Seek the Position of Teacher - Computer Science
SUMMARY: Highly Talented and resourceful Computer Science Teacher with more than ten years experience carrying out research, teaching and administration within the Computer Science Department of a University.
Summary of Qualifications
Strong knowledge of subject areas in Computer Science combined with a broad subject background enabling contributions to teaching program.
Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
Proven record of ability to conduct high quality research which is reflected in the authorship of high quality publications, and other research outputs, in the areas of computer science.
Proven record of ability to manage time and work to strict deadlines.
Exceptional ability to teach and to supervise academic work by undergraduates, masters and doctoral students
In-depth ability to work collaboratively.
Great ability to perform research in computer science.
Sound ability to assess student work, design curriculum, and engage with scholarly/professional community.
Solid commitment to academic research, high quality teaching and fostering a positive learning environment for students, continuous professional development, and to public communication.
Strong ability to present technical material in a logical, coherent and interesting manner to students and specialists.
Minneapolis State University, Minneapolis 2000 - Present
Senior Lecturer - Computer Science
Teach at undergraduate and graduate level in areas allocated by the Head of Department and reviewed from time to time by the Head of Department.
Carry out research and produce publications, and other research outputs, in line with personal objectives agreed in the Staff review process.
Obtain research funding support.
Engage with the broader scholarly and professional communities.
Supervise or assist with supervision of undergraduate, teach graduate (Masters) or research graduate (MPhil/PhD) students.
Contribute to the development, planning and implementation of a high quality curriculum.
Assist in the development of learning materials, preparing schemes of work and maintaining records to monitor student progress, achievement and attendance.
Participate in departmental and faculty seminars aimed at sharing research outcomes and building interdisciplinary collaboration within and outside the department.
Participate in the development, administration and marking of exams and other assessments.
Provide pastoral care and support to students.
Participate in the administration of the department's program of study and other activities as requested.
Contribute to departmental, faculty, and SUM-wide working groups or committees as requested.
Maintain own continuing professional development.
Actively follow and promote SUM policies, including Equal Opportunities.
Maintain an awareness and observation of fire and health and safety regulations.
Minneapolis State University, Minneapolis 1998 - 2000
Lecturer - Computer Science
Undertook high quality research in Logic and other areas of computer science.
Published research in leading journals and conferences relevant to computer science.
Obtained external funding for research activities from research councils, Europe and industry.
Encouraged the growth and development of research subject both in the department and at national and international levels.
Collaborated with colleagues in the department, the University and externally, and in particular liaise with members of the University.
Effectively manage research projects and personnel.
Taught relevant areas of computer science in the department at undergraduate level, in both small and large classes and laboratory sessions as required by the head of department.
Supervised undergraduate students engaged in projects.
Set and marked assessed work and examinations at undergraduate level within the department.
Supervised teaching assistants and other teaching support staff as may be required.
Minneapolis State University, Minneapolis 1996 - 1998
Graduate Assistant - Computer Science
Evaluated and graded students' class work, laboratory work, assignments, and papers.
Maintained student attendance records, grades, and other required records.
Prepared and delivered lectures to undergraduate and graduate students on topics such as programming, data structures, and software design.
Prepared course materials such as syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts.
Compiled, administered, and graded examinations, or assigned this work to others.
Kept abreast of developments in their field by reading current literature, talking with colleagues, and participating in professional conferences.
Initiated, facilitated, and moderated classroom discussions.
Planned, evaluated, and revised curricula, course content, and course materials and methods of instruction.
Supervised students' laboratory work.
Maintained regularly scheduled office hours in order to advise and assist students.
PhD Computer Science University of New York (2000)
Masters Degree in Computer Science University of New York (1998)
Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science University of New York (1996)