Northwestern University is seeking course developers and instructors for its Master of Science in Data Science (MSDS) program. Northwestern's MSDS program enhances students' capability for data-driven decision making, bringing together the fields of data management, statistical analysis, communication, and leadership to train students to become effective analysts, data engineers, data managers, and educated consumers of analytics. The program also prepares students to develop the strategic, project-management, and communication skills required in data-driven industries, such as marketing, health care, resource management, finance and many others.
We are currently actively seeking course developers and part-time adjunct faculty with expertise in data engineering, analytics application development, analytics systems analysis, and other related areas.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Masters necessary in computer science, information technology, or a related discipline PhD preferred
Five or more years of work experience in the field of data science
Certification in database systems, GCP, and/or AWS desirable
Experience teaching working adults in computer software, information technology, or a related field
Experience teaching in an online format preferred
Duties will include development and/or teaching one of the following online course titles: Python for Data Science, Foundations of Data Engineering, Analytics Application Development, Analytics Systems Analysis, Database Systems and Data Preparation, Web and Network Data Science, Information Retrieval and Real- Time Analytics, Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning, Natural Language Processing, Computer Vision, and Software Robotics.
We welcome the opportunity to speak with you more about the program. Please forward a resume and letter of inquiry, mentioning the specific courses you are most interested in developing and/or teaching to firstname.lastname@example.org
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