ENTS assistant director position at University of Maryland, College Park

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ENTS assistant director position at University of Maryland, College Park

The Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park is seeking an Assistant Director for the Master’s in Telecommunications (ENTS) program. This is a non-tenure-track full-time position with both academic and administrative responsibilities. The Assistant Director will teach ENTS courses, and advise ENTS students on academic matters. Additional responsibilities will include reviewing scholarly papers, developing and updating the ENTS curriculum, contributing to the long-term development of the ENTS program, and supporting the director in the program’s educational, operational, management and strategic activities. The position requires a Master’s degree (preferably a Ph.D.) with minimum 5 years of professional experience, ideally in both educational and industrial settings. Candidates should have a technical background in electrical engineering, computer science or a related field, specializing in computer networking, computer communications, cyber-security or a similar technical area. Excellent teaching skills, written and oral communication skills, interpersonal skills and good organizational abilities required. Please apply online at https://ejobs.umd.edu/ (position #119535).

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