Job description


  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate


Job Description:

The post holder will be expected to contribute to the teaching of Cyber Security and Computer Forensics, and the development of the department's growing provision in cyber security. In particular, the IT Department is interested in expanding its computer networks teaching team in the following areas:

- Penetration testing methodologies and practices;
- Network fundamentals (theory and security);
- Information Security Auditing;
- Exploit development;
- Malware analysis.

The role of the Networking instructor also academic advising, professional development, and institutional/community service.

Minimum qualifications:

The applicant must hold a PhD degree in Cybersecurity, or a related field, from an internationally recognized university. Professional qualification and/or membership is an advantage.


3 years of college/university level teaching. Work experience in GCC is preferred but not mandatory. Experience of computer forensics would be desirable. This post may suit security professionals who want to develop further expertise in Cyber Security and computer forensics.

Required skills:

The applicant is expected to be native or native-like proficient in English (in both oral and written modes). S/he is required to maintain professional ethical, and responsible interactions with students, faculty, and staff.


- Education allowance: up to 3 children (from grade 1 until 18 years old);
- Airplane ticket allowance: for faculty and family members (spouse and 3 children up to 18 years of age) upon first arrival (for overseas staff), at final departure (overseas and local destination), and during summer leave;
- Shipment allowance: upon first arrival (for overseas staff) and at final departure (overseas and local destination);
- Annual basic salary increment: applicable depending on the Annual Performance Evaluation;
- Medical insurance: renewed yearly upon higher management's approval.

  • education
  • teaching