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Reply-To: email@example.com.OZ.AU (Isaac Balbin)
Subject: Professor of Software Engineering
Date: 21 Dec 92 05:17:48 GMT
Organization: RMIT Department of Computer Science
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE,
1. POSITION SUMMARY
Title : Professor in Software Engineering
Number : 128-33-A
Classification : Academic Level E
Salary : $77,900
2. ORGANISATIONAL SUMMARY
Faculty : Applied Science
Department : Computer Science
Supervisor's Title : Head of Department
Classification : Head of School III
3. RECRUITMENT INFORMATION
Closing Date for Application : 5th February 1993
RMIT City Campus
GPO Box 2476V
4. LEVEL OF APPOINTMENT
Appointment will be made at Professor level (Academic level E) and
applicants must satisfy RMIT requirements* for professorial appointment in
the three areas of: research and scholarship; teaching and communication;
and leadership (academic and professional).
A paper on RMIT professorial appointments is available by sending electronic
mail to Alan Leary (firstname.lastname@example.org)
l. JOB SUMMARY
The Professor will provide leadership in the areas of software engineering
education, research and industrial liaison.
The Department of Computer Science is a multi campus department with an
enrolment of approximately 650 equivalent full time students in its courses
and a staff establishment of approximately 55.
The following courses are offered by the Department:
. Bachelor of Applied Science (Computer Science).
. Bachelor of Applied Science Honours (Computer Science).
. Graduate Diploma in Computing Studies.
. Graduate Diploma in Knowledge Based Systems.
. Post Graduate Certificate in Software Engineering.
. Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Applied Science in
. Master of Applied Science (by Coursework) in Information Technology.
. Master of Applied Science and PhD (by Research).
. A range of service subjects to other courses.
In addition to the above programs, the Department has a heavy involvement
in research and development principally in the areas of database systems,
computer graphics, artificial intelligence and software engineering.
Collaborative links exist between the Department and other related
Engineering and Science departments both at RMIT and Melbourne University.
The teaching programs of the Department cover a wide range of computing
areas including programming languages and methodology, computer
architecture, systems analysis and design, theory of computation, database
systems, computer graphics, artificial intelligence, software engineering,
formal methods, data communications and networks, operating systems,
systems programming and compiler design.
The Department operates two multi-processor Encore Multimax computer
systems (to be replaced in 1993), a Sun 4 mini-computer and a VAX ll/750
all running UNIX. A wide range of computer laboratories and networked
workstations are available for teaching and research. Students also make
use of the University's Computer Centre mainframes and super-computer
2. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
The applicant should have:
. A higher degree (preferably a PhD) in Computer Science,
Software Systems Engineering or a closely related discipline;
. A distinguished international reputation either in the field of
software engineering theory or software engineering practice;
. A record of excellence in both the teaching of software engineering and
its industrial practice;
. An established history of publication, particularly in one or more of
the following areas:
- formal description techniques,
- validation and verification,
- real-time systems development,
- object-oriented technology,
- programming language design & implementation.
The successful applicant will be responsible to the Head of Department and
3.1 Coordinate and participate in the teaching of software engineering
courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate level and carry out
related academic functions;
3.2 Supervise projects and theses primarily in the area of software
3.3 Build a solid basis of software engineering research in the Department
and attract funding for that research;
3.4 Establish collaborative links with other academic or research
institutions and industry;
3.5 Perform administrative duties associated with the tasks outlined
3.6 Perform other appropriate duties as required by Head of Department.
Note: The successful applicant will be based at the RMIT City campus and
will coordinate activities in the area of software engineering at both the
City and Bundoora campuses.
If you have any further queries about the Department feel free to mail
Alan Leary --- email@example.com
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