The Cornell University Department of Computer Science (CS) in the Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science (Bowers CIS) invites applications from outstanding candidates with a passion for undergraduate teaching for a Lecturer position at Cornell's Ithaca campus. Lecturers are non-tenure track teaching faculty members who are hired on multi-year appointments with the expectation of renewal and promotion.
Candidates for the position should hold a PhD in a computing-related field, have demonstrated commitment to teaching excellence and innovation, and be dedicated to fostering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment. We are seeking candidates who can teach large lower- and upper-level undergraduate and master's level courses across a range of computer science subfields.
A typical full-time (100% effort) load for a Lecturer in Computer Science is two courses per semester, where teaching and managing the course staff of large required undergraduate level courses counts as two courses. The department offers a collaborative and stimulating culture and a competitive salary and benefits package. Lecturers play a full and active part in departmental life and work with other faculty members and our excellent students in a broad range of ways, such as teaching upper-level courses, curriculum design and innovation, advising undergraduate and M.Eng. student projects, mentoring Ph.D. students interested in teaching careers, and participating in wider faculty governance and decision-making.
Cornell University is located in Ithaca, New York, with a county population of about 100,000 people in the heart of the Finger Lakes region. Both Cornell and Ithaca offer a wide range of cultural activities, sports, and outdoor activities with the pleasures of both city and country close at hand.
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a teaching statement speaking to experience, skills, distinct strengths, and evidence of past teaching success and ability and make arrangements for three letters of reference speaking to the candidates teaching skills and abilities to be submitted electronically. We ask applicants for all faculty positions to share their experiences and/or approaches (past, current, or future) to fostering learning, research service, and/or outreach in a diverse community. Applicants may choose to submit a stand-alone statement or embed the information in other parts of their application materials.
Evaluation of applicants will begin October 15, 2023, and continue until the positions are filled.
Salary Range: $58,600 - $155,800
The salary range reflects an aggregate of qualifications and disciplines across Cornell University. Actual salary offers in Bowers CIS will be based on education, experience, discipline, and relevant skills.
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$49,700.00 - $119,000.00
The hiring rate of pay for the successful candidate will be determined considering the following criteria:
Prior relevant work or industry experience.
Education level to the extent education is relevant to the position.
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