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Chair Search, Department of Computer Science, University of South Dakota

The Department of Computer Science at The University of South Dakota invites applications and nominations for the position of Department Chair and Associate or Full Professor with tenure. The Department seeks a strong and dynamic leader with a clear vision for the computer science program in the context of a liberal arts education. The next chair will be asked to support the development and understanding of the Digital Liberal Arts, and to explore collaborative opportunities with other programs in the college and across the university to build on this vision of graduates who are prepared to make an impact on an increasingly digital society.

The chair will be responsible for providing leadership for the department, representing the department’s interests in the College of Arts and Sciences, recruiting faculty and students, developing a schedule of course offerings, managing the fiscal resources of the department, evaluating faculty, and driving program development.

Candidates are expected to have a PhD in computer science, or a closely related field, a strong commitment to excellence in education at both the undergraduate and graduate level, and an ongoing program of research in computer science. Administrative experience is preferred, although all applications will be considered. Salary is commensurate with rank and experience.

The Department of Computer Science offers BA, BS and MS degrees in Computer Science, and in cooperation with the Beacom School of Business and Eagle Creek Software offers an IT Consultant Academy designed to produce graduates ready to step into a career in IT consulting. USD also hosts a centralized High Performance Computing (HPC) cluster consisting of 744 processing cores, 45 (4-128GB/node) compute nodes, and 70 TB of shared storage. Additional information about the department is available at

Applications must be submitted online at and should include 1) a cover letter explaining interest in the position; 2) curriculum vitae, and 3) contact information for four references. Additional information may be requested of finalists for the position. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.

Questions about the position may be addressed to:

Chair, Computer Science Search Committee,
College of Arts and Sciences
The University of South Dakota
414 E. Clark St.
Vermillion, SD 57069
605 677-5221 or

For more information about the University, visit Diversity and inclusiveness are values that are embraced and practiced at the University of South Dakota. Candidates who support these values are encouraged to apply. The University of South Dakota is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Available at the Bangor Daily News in Maine

BDN Maine seeks a PHP developer who will reinvent how the company thinks about and runs its systems and help maintain the highest-traffic news site in Maine. He/she will develop and maintain internal, back-end and customer-facing tools that support BDN products & services.

A qualified candidate would have the following skills:

*General PHP*

– Basic: Scrape and parse any type of input into structured data.
– Better: Examine undocumented code/APIs, identifying patterns in
structure, naming conventions, etc., to unlock hidden features.


– Basic: Develop and modify plugins. Explore the WordPress API.
– Better: Understand how code impacts performance on a large-scale site
and how to leverage all types of caching.
– Best: Enhance core functionality.


– Basic: Set up new users/forms/file shares/etc. in pretty much any
– Better: Proficient in managing both Linux and Windows servers, has an
eye for architecture.
– Best: Track networking problems, set up new hard drive arrays,
directories, print, DNS and DHCP servers, preferably in the cloud.

The BDN is dedicated to rethinking how “legacy” media operate. If you enjoy
working on multiple projects with different focuses in quick succession
you’ll enjoy working here. We want people who understand how to build tools
people will use and who are interested in changing user habits for the

R&I is a new department that operates as a startup inside the BDN
responsible for product development, technology and leading the company in
making data- and research-based decisions.

We like to move aggressively and quickly at the BDN. We avoid bureaucracy
and encourage transparency. We open source things when we can (read: when
we’re not too embarrassed). The BDN is family-owned (no corporate
overlords). It’s big enough to have resources and impact but not so huge
you can’t ever get anything done.

Send questions or resumes (with code samples) to:

William P. Davis
Director of Research & Innovation
207-990-8250 (o)
207-660-5342 (m)

With reporters from Portland to Machias to The County, and everywhere in
between, the BDN is your source for Maine news. Know Maine.

National Academy of Science: Professionalization Project | National Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers and Studies (NICCS)

The report is scheduled to be available online tomorrow 9/18.

FTC Robocall Challenge

FTC Robocall Challenge.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is challenging innovators to create solutions that will block illegal robocalls. These solutions should block robocalls on landlines and mobile phones and can operate on a proprietary or non-proprietary device or platform. Entries can be proposed technical solutions or functional solutions and proofs of concept.

The vast majority of telephone calls that deliver a prerecorded message trying to sell something to the recipient are illegal. As technology has advanced over the years, so have the number of illegal robocalls.

The winning solution will win $50,000 in cash, as well as opportunities for promotion, exposure, and recognition by the FTC. Solvers will retain ownership of their solutions. Companies with over 10 employees will be eligible to compete for the Federal Trade Commission Technology Achievement Award, which does not include a cash prize. For more information about prizes please see the Official Rules.


Faculty Opening UMaine Augusta

Computer Information Systems (CIS) – Full-time, 12-credit hour teaching load,
which will include the development and delivery of courses in programming,
systems analysis, and data mining for our Computer Information Systems
Department. A Ph.D. candidate with a master’s degree in computer science,
computer information systems, or a closely related field may be considered.
Completion of the doctorate required in order to be eligible for tenure.
Candidates must have a strong commitment to teaching and demonstrated
excellence in communication, interpersonal skills, and a willingness to teach at
both the Augusta and Bangor campuses and online. Responsibilities include
teaching introductory and advanced courses in CIS. Preference will be given to
candidates who show expertise in the following areas of programming: Visual
Basic, Java (including mobile applications), C++, and current Web programming
technologies. This position will be based at UMA’s Bangor or Augusta campus.
Additional information about UMA’s CIS program may be found at


Diana Kokoska, Coordinator
Computer Information Systems
University of Maine at Augusta – Bangor Campus
65 Texas Avenue
210 Lewiston Hall
Bangor, ME  04401


Society for Applied Learning Technology Jobs



1 Associate Director for Continuing Legal Education Seminars & Operations (Washington)
[View Full Posting] Posted 7/2/2012
This position (1)Develops overall programming and marketing strategy. (2)Manages operations: developing an annual master calendar of programs; establishes team/individual goals; establishes quality standards for evaluating the success of programs; manages employee performance and CLE Conference Center; manages volunteer faculty recruitment; and manages CLE revenue/budget. This position oversees a team of 13, and also participates on the Operational Management Team that oversees organization-wide operational and personnel initiatives.
2 Instructional Designer (Oregon)
[View Full Posting] Posted 8/14/2012
The person in this position will design creative e-learning experiences for primarily nonprofit and education organizations. The instructional designer collaborates with subject matter experts, content developers and technical designers to create powerful, engaging learning in a variety of formats. This position is housed in Portland, Oregon; successful candidates must reside in greater Portland area or be willing to relocate. Please review the full description:
3 Instructional Designer (Kentucky)
[View Full Posting] Posted 8/3/2012
Instructional Designer Position is responsible for collaborating with faculty members in the design & development of online instructional & training courses. Requires demonstrated knowledge & application of instructional design principles, instructional technology, & adult learning; experience with CMS software; & excellent communication & interpersonal skills. Master’s degree preferred (Bachelor’s required) in instructional systems, or related field. Three years experience in course/curriculum design. EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY
4 Instructional Designer / Instructional Technologist (MI)
[View Full Posting] Posted 8/16/2012
Learning Design & Technology (LearnDAT), IT Services – Teaching and Learning at Michigan State University has openings for two instructional designer (MSU classification: Information Technologist) positions. These positions will work with faculty, university clients and the LearnDAT team (designers, programmers and students) to consult, develop and produce complete web-based courseware for online and blended offerings at MSU. For more information please visit and search for posting 6583 and 6584.
5 Instructional System Designer (Maryland)
[View Full Posting] Posted 7/19/2012
Positions require an active Top Secret clearance with FULL SCOPE polygraph. We have a variety of ISD positions open, but they require a Top Secret clearance with FULL SCOPE POLYGRAPH and at least two years ISD experience. Please only submit your resume if you have this level of security clearance.
6 Instructional Technology Specialist (Maryland)
[View Full Posting] Posted 8/3/2012
Chesapeake College’s Faculty Development Center seeks a skilled and energetic Instructional Technology Specialist to provide design and development expertise and services to faculty.
7 OD Project Manager (WI)
[View Full Posting] Posted 8/15/2012
This position actively leads organization development initiatives and projects or is an integral part of larger, more complex program for the organization. Creates and executes project work plans and revises as appropriate to meet changing needs and requirements. Delivers business value by balancing resources, scope, and time.
8 Software Application Trainer (Technical Trainer) (Virginia)
[View Full Posting] Posted 8/6/2012
ASCD is looking for an experienced Technical Trainer to manage all aspects for the development and delivery of organization-wide technical training, documentation, and user support in the use of information technologies used by or developed by the association for internal and external use. To qualify you should have a minimum of 5 years of experience as a technical trainer, with three years as a senior trainer with responsibility for instructional design and course development.