Applicants must hold a PhD in Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, Computer Science or a related field. They should hold a bachelor’s degree in engineering. Industrial experience will be considered an asset.
Applicants must hold a solid record of research accomplishment showing their potential to develop and lead an independent research program, allowing them to obtain research financing in order to support graduate students.
Applicants must demonstrate excellent aptitudes for teaching, preferably attested by teaching evaluations. They will teach undergraduate courses and will be expected to contribute to the development of the Department’s selection of graduate courses.
Successful applicants will be expected to contribute positively to the department’s collegial atmosphere and to adhere to Polytechnique’s values of excellence, creativity, integrity, collaboration, respect and openness.
Successful applicants will have to be registered as a Professional Engineer with the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ) or will have to take the necessary measures to register prior to applying for tenure.
The teaching language in Polytechnique is French, and successful candidates will have to be fluent in French, both spoken and written, before applying for tenure. Polytechnique Montréal will provide the necessary assistance and support for successful candidates to learn French.
Polytechnique Montréal recognizes that career breaks such as maternity leaves, parental leaves, extended sick leaves, clinical trainings, as well as disabilities, can impact productivity and research achievements. The impact of these leaves will be considered in the recruitment process.
To complement its team of professors, the Department of Computer and Software Engineering seeks candidates whose main research activities and interests are in cybersecurity.