Center for Secure and Dependable Systems
Phone: (208) 885-4114
Fax: (208) 885-9052
875 Perimeter Drive MS 1008
Moscow, ID 83844-1008
Research Scientist 3
We are seeking a candidate with good knowledge of: research methods; principles of statistics. The candidate should have experience writing reports; compiling and analyzing data and drawing conclusions; using software or spreadsheet software to perform analysis; and interpreting and communicating (orally and in writing) material into information usable by a diverse target audience. We are seeking an individual with the demonstrated ability to secure external grants and contracts; originate, develop, direct and independently complete complex research programs; establish and maintain collaborative and cooperative scientific relationships; and who possesses a good knowledge of software design and analysis, with experience in developing and testing complex software. The candidate must have prior publications in the field of high-assurance systems or computer and network security; demonstrated ability to work independently; manage small teams of student researchers; a willingness to travel and an ability to communicate results of research to technical audiences.
The successful applicant must have a B.S. or B.A. degree in computer science or a related field as appropriate to information assurance plus 11+ years of experience in information assurance or closely related field or an M.S degree in computer science or related field as appropriate to information assurance plus 5+ years of experience in information assurance or closely related field or a Ph.D. degree in computer science or related field as appropriate to information assurance plus 3+ years of experience in information assurance or closely related field.
Applications will be accepted until September 2, 2012 https://www.sites.uidaho.edu/AppTrack/Agency/Applicant/ViewAnnouncement.asp?announcement_no=12311085121
(Professor of Sociology (Open Rank))
The candidate will contribute to departmental strengths in inequalities and globalization through innovative curriculum and research. In addition, the successful candidate will contribute to an interdisciplinary team through providing research skills on social and policy aspects of projects involving interaction with technology and information infrastructures. The successful candidate will have an established record of success in research and teaching excellence, a commitment to collaboration, and a willingness to engage in service to the department and the university. The normal teaching load is five courses per year, but this is negotiable for this position.
- Ph.D. in sociology
- The ability to contribute to departmental strengths in inequalities & globalization
- The ability to work with an interdisciplinary team through providing expertise on social and/or policy aspects of projects involving interaction with technology and information infrastructures
- An established record of success in research excellence
- An established record of success in teaching excellence
- A commitment to collaboration
- An established record of departmental and university service
- An ability to contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community
For other possible upcoming positions and If you are interested in working for CSDS please send a resume and statement of interest to Dr. James Alves-Foss.