Assoc/Full Prof & Director of the Center for Big Data
Chair of CS
The Ying Wu College of Computing (YWCC) at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (http://computing.njit.edu/) invites applications for a tenure-track/tenured faculty member to serve as the Director of the Center for Big Data (CBD). Candidates must have a PhD in computer science or a related discipline with a demonstrated track record of scholarly accomplishments commensurate with the appointment at the rank of Associate Professor or above. Appropriate areas of expertise include, but are not limited to: pattern recognition, machine learning, natural language processing, social media, analytics, high-performance computing for integration, analysis, visualization, and stream processing of very large amounts of structured, semi-structured, or unstructured data in areas such as business data, scientific data, medical data, etc.
The successful candidate will hold a faculty appointment in the department of Computer Science and build the CBD into a vibrant research group. As the Director of the CBD he/she must attract funding and develop collaborative relationships with industry. He/she must demonstrate recognition for productivity and achievement in research and the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues. The ideal candidate should have a strong business sense, experience in new program/center development and an understanding of what it takes to enhance research funding in a competitive environment. Exceptional communication skills, financial acumen and the potential to fundraise are essential. As a faculty member of the Computer Science department, he/she is expected to (1) teach undergraduate and graduate classes within an adjusted workload, supervise graduate students; (2) develop and teach new graduate and/or undergraduate classes and (3) serve the Department, the College and the University.
Must abide by the university's core values which include excellence, integrity, civility, social responsibility, diversity and communication.
Candidates must have a PhD in computer science or a related discipline with a demonstrated track record of scholarly accomplishments commensurate with the appointment at the rank of Associate Professor or above.