Blockchain Adjunct Faculty
The Department of Computer Science at Virginia Tech seeks applicants to teach in a certificate program for blockchain technologies. The position will be for an adjunct faculty with an open specialization that contributes to short form modules. Successful candidates will have experience managing blockchain in a business, government, NPO or an active scholarship in blockchain research. Adjunct faculty responsibilities will include supporting certificate programming for mid-career professionals, especially in those in business settings.
Candidates should be passionate about helping future adopters learn more about the benefits and functional applications of using blockchain. Virginia Tech Blockchain is focused on developing Blockchain that Serves in the spirit of the university’s motto Ut Prosim (That I May Serve). Multiple candidates in varying areas of expertise are sought with particular interest in cryptography; blockchain for business, health care, or government settings; utilizing blockchain in supply chain operations; and designing new blockchain applications. Candidates can work remotely and time commitments can be flexible to accommodate working professionals.
Interested candidates can send a resume and cover letter - that expresses their areas of specialty and level of availability - to email@example.com. Initial review of candidates will take place January 4, 2021.