CIT Logo white
Close this search box.





General requirements description

The Engineering Faculty of Canadian Institute of Technology seeks to hire a full-time Assistant-Lecturer/Lecturer/Senior Lecturer.

We are particularly interested in one candidate who has a strong background in:
Electronics Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering or Computer Engineering with expertise in the following areas:

  • Computer Architectures
  • Sensor Technologies

And interested in two candidates who have a strong background in:
Software Engineering or Computer Engineering with expertise in the following areas:

  • Database Systems
  • Software Architecture
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • Large Language Models (LLMs) and Natural Language Processing (NLP)
  • Machine Learning (ML).

Applicants need to demonstrate the ability to strengthen the Department’s teaching and research profile. The extent to which the applicant, through their experience and skills, may complement and strengthen ongoing research, and departmental innovation and how they can contribute to the future development of the department; will also be taken into consideration.

Qualification Requirements

Candidates applying for the position should hold a PhD Degree in Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electronics Engineering, or a closely related field from an accredited institution of higher education.

Demonstrated expertise in teaching in the required field,

Progression in research and publications within the advertised discipline,

Candidates should have an English certificate (minimum level C1 obtained from Cambridge, IELTS, TOEIC, TOEFL, GESE or APTIS or a Diploma of studies in at least 1 cycle of studies in English), as the courses in CIT are taught in English language.

Key responsibilities

Undertaking high-level research and contributing to CIT research profile through publication,
Participating and contributing to CIT research culture.

Delivering lectures and seminars,
Developing course materials,
Providing guidance and advice to students.

Undertaking administrative roles within CIT when required,
Participating in Faculty committees where appropriate,
Undertaking additional duties as appropriate.

Assessment criteria

Documented experience in theoretical and experimental methods of teaching within the subject area,

Responsible for driving course development and delivery,

A good ability to develop and carry out high quality research,

Collaborative skills, initiative and a demonstrated interest in leadership capabilities.

Application documentation

(including education, pedagogical experience, administrative experience, positions held),

Cover letter
(statement of motivation, summarizing scientific work and research interests);

Please, send your complete application as one PDF document in English at: [email protected]