The School of Communication and Creative Arts at Johnson University is recruiting applicants for two part-time Adjunct Professors of Computer Science with an emphasis in digital media, one located at our Tennessee campus and one located at our Florida campus.
Location: Knoxville, Tennessee or Kissimmee, Florida
Hiring Salary Range: Commensurate with education and experience
Appointment: Beginning Fall 2020 Semester
We are seeking an individual who can teach courses in computer science to enhance our Music Technology degree offering. Specifically, our current needs are someone who can teach Media Computation, helping students create simple programs using function invocation, iteration, conditionals, and simple data structures to produce programs that can manipulate media or multimedia objects using language like Python or Jython and JES.
Master’s degree in computer science, music technology, or related field. A terminal degree (Ph.D.) preferred.
Please direct all inquiries and submit resume and/or curriculum vitae along with references to:
School of Communication and Creative Arts
7900 Johnson Drive
Knoxville, TN 37998-0001
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