The J. Frank Barefield, Jr. Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Alabama at Birmingham invites applications for one non-tenure track (NTE) Teaching Assistant Professor with a start date of August 2023. We seek a candidate with teaching expertise in computer forensics, cybercrime investigation, and cybersecurity that can contribute to undergraduate instruction in Digital Forensics. The ideal candidate will have expertise in teaching a wide variety of digital forensic techniques and investigations, including those that pertain to information security management and relevant laws. Candidates should enjoy working directly with students both online and in person. Preference will be given to candidates with an established professional network in the field of cybersecurity, digital forensics, and/or criminal justice, or those willing and able to build such connections. Candidates should have a minimum of M.A. or M.S. degree in computer science, information science, or related criminal justice and/or computer forensic field, experience teaching online, and outstanding evaluations of their work as an instructor. The standard teaching load for this position is eight courses per academic year (typically 4/4), although this load may be modified by the Chair pursuant to grant funding or significant service assignments.
The Barefield Department of Criminal Justice trains students in criminal justice, forensic science, computer forensics, and pre-law, and offers multiple degree programs, including a B.S. in Criminal Justice, B.S. in Digital Forensics, M.S. in Criminal Justice, and M.S. in Forensic Science. The department has about 350 undergraduate majors, 25 graduate students, and 15 full-time faculty members. More information about the department can be found at https://www.uab.edu/cas/criminaljustice/.
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