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UOWD7110 - Lab Assistant - Adjunct

Business Unit: Academic
Job Family: .
Department: Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences
Contract Type: Adjunct Tutor
Location: Dubai
Position Profile:

UOWD is currently seeking applications to fill the position of Adjunct Lab Assistant for the Faculty of Engineering & Information Sciences to assist in the labs in the upcoming Autumn Semester 2019.

The following courses are available to be taught by qualified candidates holding a Bachelor or Masters degree from a recognised international University in the relevant area. Applicants must have some teaching experience in the relevant area.

The position is only available to UAE residents that can provide a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from their sponsors.

CSIT114:

This subject provides an introduction to different techniques and technologies for understanding and specifying what a computer based information system should accomplish. It examines the complementary roles of systems analysts, clients and users in a system development life cycle. Students will learn different fact-finding techniques to elicit system requirements and how to develop business models, data and process models, and object models representing a system. Students will also make use of a Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tool to build those models that capture the specifications of a system.

CSIT115:

This subject provides an introduction to different techniques and technologies for understanding and specifying what a computer based information system should accomplish. It examines the complementary roles of systems analysts, clients and users in a system development life cycle. Students will learn different fact-finding techniques to elicit system requirements and how to develop business models, data and process models, and object models representing a system. Students will also make use of a Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tool to build those models that capture the specifications of a system.

CSIT121:

The aims of this subject are to consolidate and extend student's knowledge and skills in structured programming and to develop their understanding and practice of object oriented programming. To achieve this aim the subject will provide students with an opportunity to develop further programming skills and good coding style; develop skills in using the object oriented concepts of encapsulation, inheritance, polymorphism, access control, overloading and messaging; develop and display competency in the design and implementation of object oriented programs to solve business problems. 

To Apply:

All interested applicants are requested to apply before the closing date. Review of applications will start after the closing date and continue until the position is filled.
Closing Date: 18 August 2019

Note: you will be required to attach the following:
1. Resume / CV