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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Academic Vacancies -- CS Dept -- Univ of Cyprus



The  University of Cyprus   announces three academic positions at  the
rank of Lecturer or Assistant Professor.


One position  at the rank of  Lecturer  or Assistant Professor  in the
following field of study: Software Engineering.

One position at the  rank of Lecturer  or  Assistant Professor in  the
following field of study: Database Systems.

One  position at the  rank of Lecturer or  Assistant  Professor in the
following  field of study:  Computer Systems Technologies in the areas
of Operating Systems or Compilers or Security or Internet.

For  all  academic ranks,   an  earned  doctorate from   a  recognized
University is required.

Requirements for each academic rank depend on the candidate's years of
academic experience, the research record and scientific contributions,
involvement  in   teaching and  in  the   development of high  quality
undergraduate and graduate  curricula.   The minimum requirements  for
each   academic    rank    can    be found   at      the     web page:

The  official  languages of the University   are Greek and/or Turkish.
Holding a citizenship of the Republic of  Cyprus is not a requirement.

The  annual  gross  salary for  these  positions   (including the 13th
salary) is:

Assistant Professor (Scale A13-A14) CY 29.244 to CY 36.168
Lecturer            (Scale A12-A13) CY 24.697 to CY 32.775

(At present 1 Euro = 0.589 CY and 1$ = 0.4292 CY)

Interested individuals must submit the following  items by Monday 24th
of September 2007:

I. A letter stating the academic rank or ranks for which the applicant
is interested in, the field of  study and the  date when he/she may be
able to assume duties in the event of selection.

II. A Curriculum Vitae (6 copies).

III. A brief  summary of previous work  and  a statement of plans  for
future research (up to 1500 words, 6 copies).

IV. A list of publications (6 copies).

V. Copies of the three most representative publications (6 copies).

VI. Copies of degree certificates.

In  addition, the applicants must ask  three academic referees to send
letters  of recommendation directly  to the University.  The names and
addresses     of  these  referees   must      be submitted with    the
application. Additional  confidential information  may be sought.  The
letters of recommendation must reach  the University by Monday 24th of
September 2007.

The  Curriculum Vitae and  the statement  of  previous work  and plans
should be written in Greek and/or in Turkish  and in one international
language, preferably English.

Applications, other documents  and reference letters  submitted in the
past will not be considered and must be re-submitted.

Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Applications, other   documents   and reference letters  have   to  be
delivered by hand to the Human Resources Services of the University of
Cyprus   at the Council/Senate Anastasios   G  Leventis Building until
Monday the 24th of September 2007,  the latest, or  to be sent by post
(stamped by the post office by the 24th of September 2007, the latest;
will be  considered valid provided  they  are  received by  the  Human
Resources Services, PO Box 20537,  1678 Nicosia, Cyprus  by the 2nd of
October 2007, the  latest.  The sole responsibility  will  be upon the
interested applicant).

For more information the Human Resources Services or the Department of
Computer Science (cs@cs.ucy.ac.cy) may be contacted.