Education:  Ph.D. degree in computer engineering, or computer science & engineering with focus on Digital forensics

Knowledge and Skills Requirements:

· Philosophies of Teaching in Higher Education
· Instruction, Curriculum Development, Accreditation, Research and Publication Skills
· Teaching, Guidance, Classroom Management and Interpersonal Skills
· Instruction, Curriculum Development, Accreditation, Research and Publication Skills



Professional experience

(business/industry experience)

3-5 years related work experience in any academic institution or multi-national academic and training organization dealing with academic and training services, preferably in a mixed environment.



(project/process experience)

3-5 years of mix experience in curriculum development, accreditation, institutional research, community outreach, student advising, theses advising


Experience in test construction and assessment of learning


(leadership experience)

3-5 year of related experienced  in educational supervision in higher education setting or its equivalent


(cultural experience)

Multi-cultural diversity


  • Excellent in educational supervision and leadership. Teaching training certifications preferred
  • Excellent in Legal, Social and Ethical Philosophical Foundations of Higher Education
  • Excellent in Curriculum Development, Assessment of Learning, Research and Evaluation. ABET accreditation experience is preferred
  • Excellent in Technical Writing, Communication, Customer Service and Negotiation skills
  • Team player with a positive outlook and clear focus on CAA Standard, quality assurance and integrity. CAA Experience in new programs proposal is preferred
  • Demonstrate expertise in the core courses and fields in the majors of Internet of Things (IoT) and digital forensics and related applications in computer networks and systems and Information systems security, such as:
    • Machine Learning applications in IoT
    • Machine Learning in Digital Forensics
    • IoT Security and Forensics
    • Cloud Forensics
    • Mobile Forensics
    • Computer Security and Forensics
    • Cyber security
    • Malware Analysis
    • Security Analytics
    • Ethical Hacking
    • Social Media Investigation
  • Evidence of relevant published research areas is required.
  • Computer systems/networks troubleshooting experience is required
  • Preference will be given to applicants with demonstrated intercultural competence with diverse groups in teaching, research, and/or service


Required to work for 40 hours per week spread over five working days as per academic
calendar and carry responsibilities in instruction, research and publication, participation in
governance particularly in Committee on Program Effectiveness, community engagement,
student advising, and administrative tasks.
· Teach 12 credit courses at the undergraduate and nine (9) credit courses for graduate
programs for terminal degree holders; and 15 credit courses for master degree holders for
every semester.
· Deliver, monitor, evaluate, and enhance assigned courses
· Allocate a minimum of one (1) hour a week for each course (e.g. 4 courses = 4 hours) to
provide consultation services for students for that particular course.
· Supervise students who are enrolled in the internship program, thesis, integrated paper,
and other related capstone; and, ensure that they receive technical guidance by providing
concepts, theories and models academically operationalized them appropriate to the particular
research work to come up with a Standard academic paper.

  • Write course reports on or before the end of the semester, and ensure that course files are
    properly documented with appropriate evidence and submit at the end of the semester.