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Tenure-Track Position

The Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering at Concordia
University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada invites applications for a
tenure-track position at any rank. We will consider ALL applications but
we are particularly interested in candidates with expertise and research
in systems and networks with an emphasis on topics such as cloud
computing, future Internet architectures, infrastructure-less networks
or big data management. Candidates must possess a Ph.D. in Computer
Science, Software Engineering, or Computer Engineering. A successful
candidate is expected to establish a strong externally
funded research program, teach/develop both undergraduate and graduate
courses, and provide academic leadership. Strong commitment to the
supervision of graduate student research and to excellence in teaching
is essential. Membership or eligibility for membership in a Canadian
professional engineering association, preferably in the province of
Quebec, is required. The candidate must possess excellent communication
skills. Relevant industrial experience will definitely be an asset.
Knowledge of French is an asset but not essential for an academic career
at Concordia.

Applications should consist of a detailed curriculum vitae, a statement
concerning teaching and research interests and the names of at least
three referees. Electronic applications are preferred. The deadline for
receiving applications is January 1, 2014
. Review of the applications
begins immediately and continues until the position is filled. Only
short-listed applicants are notified. Appointments are expected to
commence in the summer of 2014.

The Department which is part of the Faculty of Engineering and Computer
Science at Concordia, offers programs at the Bachelor, Master and PhD
levels along with cutting-edge research opportunities in a dynamic
setting equipped with state-of-the-art facilities. Montreal is a vibrant
multicultural city with a rich historic, artistic and architectural
heritage and combines a unique European charm and North American vitality.

Please apply to:
Dr. Sudhir Mudur, Chair | Department of Computer Science and Software
Engineering (www.cse.concordia.ca)
mudur@cse.concordia.ca

 

Part-Time Teaching Positions

We are currently accepting applications for Summer 2014 part-time teaching positions. Please find a list of all available courses here.

Applications should be addressed to Dr. S. P. Mudur, Chair of Computer Science & Software Engineering,
c/o Mary Tzanetakos, room EV3.161.

Application deadline: March 3, 2014

Please visiti the Human Resources website for further details.

 

Teaching Assistant Application

Please make sure you are a member of the "cse-grad" email list to receive information and frequent updates about TA positions, COPTTA, and H&S deadlines and registration. To subscribe or unsubscribe, visit:
    https://mail.encs.concordia.ca:444/mailman/listinfo/cse-grad
or, via email, send a message with subject or body 'help' to
    cse-grad-request@encs.concordia.ca
You can reach the person managing the list at
    cse-grad-owner@encs.concordia.ca

 

Application for Summer 2014 TA positions is now open.  Please log in to your my concordia portal where you will be able to view all available TA positions. In the postings, you will see all info about the positions and the link to apply online.

Deadline to apply: Monday, April 7, 2014

If you are a first-time applicant, please also send a copy of your most recent unofficial university transcript to ta [at] encs [dot] concordia [dot] ca. If this will be your first semester at Concordia, please send your unofficial transcript from the last university you studied at.

You will be able to apply for Summer 1 (indicated by AA), Summer 2 (CC), and Full Summer (BB) course positions, but successful candidates for Summer 2 courses will only be contacted in June. Marker positions will not be posted now, but most likely later in April.

To see the course schedule, please visit this site: http://fcms.concordia.ca/fcms/asc002_stud_all.aspx
However, many of the professors have not been finalized yet and are still listed as T.B.A. The names will be updated later once confirmed.

We thank everyone for applying, but only successful candidates will be contacted. We ask that you please be patient as we review all applications. We are unfortunately not able to provide you with updates concerning your application status. If you are chosen, we will email you. If you are selected for TA Summer 1 courses, you will be contacted by email around mid to late April.

Graduate students from Concordia's Computer Science and Software Engineering Department are invited to apply for our Teaching Assistant positions. Undergraduate students may also apply but must be excellent students in 3rd or 4th year of study (a minimal mark of A- in the course to be taught is needed). Please note that priority will be given to Masters and PhD students (both thesis and course-based students are invited to apply). You must be registered as a full-time or part-time student at Concordia during the semester for which you are applying for TA positions.

Please note that all applicants for tutor, lab demonstrator and programmers-on-duty positions (not marker) require completion of the TA Orientation / Health & Safety training if they have not already done so in past semesters. TA applicants are also required to complete the COPTTA (Concordia Oral Proficiency Test for Teaching Assistants) English test.


The following are the only categories of students exempt from taking the COPTTA test:

  • Marker applicants
  • Students who have already passed COPTTA with a score of 4 or higher
  • Students who have completed at least 4 years of education in English in a Canadian school prior to starting their Bachelor's degree (i.e English high-school or cegep). The candidate must supply proof.
  • Note that students who have studied in an English school outside of Canada will still need to pass the COPTTA test.

    For any questions, please contact ta [at] encs [dot] concordia [dot] ca

     

    For non-academic positions, please visit the Concordia Human Resources website.




 

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