“The Center for Language and Speech Processing (CLSP) at Johns Hopkins
University seeks outstanding candidates for a fulltime teaching
position. The search is open to all ranks, including Senior Lecturer,
Associate Teaching Professor and Teaching Professor.

This position will be central to CLSP?s new Certificate in Human
Language Technology, part of the master?s degree programs in Computer
Science (CS) and the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). The
successful candidate will be involved in new course development,
graduate teaching, graduate academic advising, supervising master’s
thesis projects, and managing various aspects of the Certificate
program. Although this is primarily a teaching position, there is also
potential for research effort.

Successful candidates will join the faculty of CLSP, one of the
largest and most visible academic organizations in speech processing
and NLP. For more than two decades, CLSP has advanced the state of the
art in research, hosted international research teams (the annual JSALT
workshops), and produced hundreds of PhD alumni. Our graduates are
found throughout most major information processing companies and in
government related research organizations.

The primary appointment will be in the academic department most
appropriate for the candidate within the Whiting School of
Engineering, such as Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer
Science or another appropriate department. Applicants for this
position must have a Ph.D. in Computer Science, Electrical and
Computer Engineering or a closely related field, commitment to
teaching, and excellent communication skills. Familiarity with some
aspect of Human Language Technology or machine learning is strongly
preferred. The university has instituted a nontenure track career path
for fulltime teaching faculty culminating in the rank of Teaching


Johns Hopkins University



Educational level:

Ph. D.

How to apply:

Please mention NLP People as a source when applying


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