This job announcement is continuously advertised to fill vacancies for the COB-information Systems and Technology department throughout the academic year. If you meet minimum requirements, your application will be under ongoing review. If you are no longer available you may contact the UTSA Human Resources department at (210) 458-4250, or you may login to your account and withdraw your application.
Varies based upon course and program of study.
Hours per Week
10 hours per week.
Required Application Materials
- Cover Letter
- Letter of Reference 1
- Letter of Reference 2
- Letter of Reference 3
If including multiple documents, you will be required to attach all documents as one single PDF
We are looking for instructors to teach:
IS 3033 - Operating Systems Security
IS 3423 - Network Security
IS 3513 - Introduction to Information Assurance and Security
IS 3523 - Intrusion Detection and Incident Response
IS 3043 - Secure Mobile App Development
IS 3433 - Introduction to Digital Forensics
IS 3533 - Cyber Law and Legal System
IS 3833 - Cyber Operations
IS 4463 - Web Application Security
IS 4473 - Information Assurance Policy
IS 4483 - Digital Forensic Analysis I
IS 4513 - Industrial Control Systems
IS 4523 - Digital Forensic Analysis II
IS 4533 - Malware Analysis
IS 4543 - Cyber Attack and Defend
Course descriptions are available at: https://catalog.utsa.edu/undergraduate/business/informationsystemscybersecurity/
Example syllabi can be found at https://bluebook.utsa.edu/
Instructors are expected to ensure key learning objectives identified by the department chair and course coordinator are met through classroom instruction and instructional materials. Instructors may personalize their course's curriculum to capitalize on their subject matter expertise. Critical thinking and experiential learning should feature prominently in each course.
The UTSA Teaching & Learning Services team provides instructional resources and workshops to support instructors. A compilation of instruction resources are available at: https://teaching.utsa.edu/category/instructional-strategies/.
Master's Degree or higher in Cyber Security, Computer Science, or a related field.
Five years of teaching and/or work experience in one or more of the areas of specialization identified below :
- Cybersecurity & networking fundamentals
- Incident response & handling
- Threat hunting
- Digital forensics
- Malware reverse engineering
- Ethical hacking
- Vulnerability assessment & penetration testing
- Network security
- Secure application development
- Cyber law
- Application security
- Cybersecurity policy
- Cyber risk management
- Industrial control system security
- Operating system security
At the department's discretion, additional education may substitute for required experience on a one for one basis.
Doctoral Degree in Cyber Security or a related field.
This posting covers the needs of two programs - UTSA's online cybersecurity degree, as well as UTSA's in-residence cybersecurity degree.
Instruction for the in-residence program may be in an online forum or in a face-to-face class. We often have offerings in both mediums for each class.
This posting will remain open and people will be hired as their qualifications meet instructional needs.
UTSA is a tobacco-free campus.
This is a security sensitive position. Employment is contingent upon a successful background check.
As an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer, it is the policy of The University of Texas at San Antonio to promote and ensure equal employment opportunity for all individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status. The University is committed to the Affirmative Action Program in compliance with all government requirements to ensure nondiscrimination. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. The UTSA campus is accessible to persons with disabilities.