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Software Engineering Manager

UofM Department of Computer Science
Memphis, TN
Closing date
Sep 23, 2022

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A Software Engineering Manager position is available at the Networking Research Lab, University of Memphis. The main job responsibilities include (a) designing, implementing and maintaining networking software for projects related to the Named Data Networking architecture; (b) managing, collecting and analyzing research data, and developing conclusions based on data; (c) managing and preparing research reports and supporting the PI in project team formation and supports recruiting technical staffing; (d) assigning work to all graduate students, student assistants, and temporary workers plus supervises deliverables; and (e) coordinating the team's work with external collaborators.

Minimum requirements: bachelor's degree in a relevant area and five (5) years of appropriate experience. Relevant experience may substitute for required education. Applicants MUST be US citizen.

This position is grant funded contingent upon funding availability. We are especially interested in candidates with higher education networking research experience.

University of Memphis is a top-tier research university with a Carnegie R1 designation. Known as America's Number 1 logistics hub, Memphis has been ranked as one of the "World's Greatest Places" by TIME, as America's 4th best city for jobs by Glassdoor, and America's 4th in "Best Cost of Living". Memphis metropolitan area has a population of 1.3 million. It boasts a vibrant culture and has a pleasant climate with an average temperature of 63 degrees.

If you are interested in the position, please apply at


Lan Wang
Dunavant Professor and Chair
Department of Computer Science
The University of Memphis
375 Dunn Hall
Memphis, TN 38152
901.678.1643 |
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