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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Faculty Vacancies: CS Dept, University of Cyprus


The University of Cyprus announces two (2) academic positions
at the rank of Assistant Professor or Lecturer.


One (1) position at the rank of Assistant Professor or Lecturer in the
field of: "Computer System Technologies in the areas of Operating
Systems or Compilers or Security or Internet".

One (1) position at the rank of Assistant Professor or Lecturer in the
field of: "Software Engineering with emphasis on: Software Architectures
or Component Based Systems or Middleware Platforms or Service Oriented

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 in:
http://www.ucy.ac.cy/admin_servG/nomothesiaG/acc_qualG/acc_qualg.html .
The official languages of the University are Greek and/or Turkish.
For the above positions knowledge of Greek is necessary.

Holding a citizenship of the Republic of Cyprus is not a requirement.

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

Assistant Professor   (Scale A13-A14)   55,719.95 - 75,148.19
Lecturer              (Scale A12-A13)   47,056.23 - 68,916.77

Interested individuals must submit their application by Friday,
10th of July 2009. The application must include the following items:

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

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    Certified 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
Friday, 10th of July 2009.

Individuals interested in applying to more than one position announced
must submit a separate application, including all the items
mentioned at points I - VI.

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 Resource Service of the University of Cyprus at the
Council/Senate Anastasios G Leventis Building until Friday, the 10th of
July 2009 the latest, or to be sent by post (stamped by the post office
by the 10th of July 2009 the latest, will be considered valid provided
they are received by the Human Resources Services, PO Box 20537, 1678
Nicosia, Cyprus by the 17th of July 2009 the latest). The sole
responsibility will be upon the interested applicant.

For more information the Human Resources Services or the Department of
Computer Science (+357 22892700) may be contacted.