The Department of Computer and Cyber Sciences at the US Air Force Academy seeks to fill a faculty position at the Assistant Professor level. Exceptionally qualified candidates at upper ranks will also be considered. The department is particularly interested in candidates with a background in cybersecurity, but all candidates with a passion for teaching computer science are encouraged to apply. The Academy is a national service institution, charged with producing leaders of character for the US Air Force. Faculty members are expected to exemplify the highest ideals of professionalism and integrity. The Academy is located in Colorado Springs, an area known for its natural beauty and quality of life. The United States Air Force Academy values the benefits of diversity among the faculty to include a variety of educational backgrounds, professional and life experiences. For information on how to apply, go to usajobs.gov and search with the keyword 545526600. US citizenship is required. Candidates with specific questions can contact Dr Barry Fagin at firstname.lastname@example.org
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