Detailed Job Description
Under the direction of the Dean and the chair of the department of Information Systems/Technology, the Professional in Residence will assist in the development of information security and cyber security curriculum for undergraduate programs and a graduate certificate; teach courses as deemed appropriate. Provide service to the university and community, produce scholarly work, and uphold professional and ethical standards.
Graduation from an accredited institution with a master's degree (Ph.D. preferred) in (information/cyber security or information technology or computing) or a related field. Two years' work experience in IT security
Post-secondary teaching experience (preferred)
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
-Subject matter and course content pertinent to Information Technology, Information Security, and Cyber Security programs
-GRC regulations (HIPAA, ISO 27005:2008, GLBA, FISMA, PCI)
-Online teaching environments, such as Canvas or other course management systems
-Cyber security industry experts, relevant industry partners, and appropriate conferences for professional development and presentation of scholarly work
-Interpersonal and written communication skills
-Curriculum development skills
-Problem-solving and decision-making skills
-Project management skills
-Plan measurable objectives, prepare instructional materials, and follow an approved course for study for each course taught
-Grade student work; maintain and submit accurate and current plans, reports, and records involving student accountability, attendance, performance, and follow-up
-Work well with and assist academic advisers, the department chairperson, and/or the program coordinator, faculty, and department staff in maintaining an effective program
Special Instructions to Applicants
Prepare a Word document that addresses how your qualifications meet EACH item listed in the Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities section. Attach this document in the Other (1) upload section.
- To be considered an applicant for employment you must apply online through the UVU.Jobs website.
- To receive full consideration for post-secondary education, please submit copies of transcripts or diploma of highest degree earned. Transcripts do not have to be official copies.
- To be considered in the first screening, the online application and required application documents (see below) must be submitted by the screening or closing date.
- Our system can only accept supplemental documents (such as cover letters or transcripts) in PDF or Word format. The file size of documents must be less than 2MB. It is strongly recommended that you take documents that are not in an electronic form and scan them into a separate black and white PDF file so you can attach them electronically to the online application. You can get help with this at a local copy center if needed.
-Any offer of employment will be contingent upon the results of a background check, which includes a credentials check, an employment check, and criminal records check. A criminal conviction is not necessarily a bar to employment.
- Application materials become the property of UVU.
- For questions contact Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org