ISATIC, the higher African institute for technologies in information and knowledge in Douala (Cameroon) looks for its Director of studies and 6 assistants/associate professors in computer science.

ISATIC opened its doors in the fall of 2017 to train engineers at both bachelor and Master levels. This private institution under Cameroonian law is looking for professors (assistant, associate and full) in computer science and/or information technologies. It will begin by a bachelor system of 50 students, and a Master, with 25 students.

The main language of instruction will be French, but some courses may be given in English.

Profile of the Director of Studies

If you have a PhD in computer science with a strong experience in University or engineering school with a minimum of 10 years, your profile interests us; you will need to first:

  • to define implement syllabi,
  • to size computer equipment,
  • to define practical works,
  • to help recruit other full-time professors and part-time professors,
  • to define the information system and related training, software
  • to organize practical work rooms,
  • to define schedule,
  • to affect the teaching to other recruited professors,
  • to organize the recruitment of students.

Then you have to prepare the following academic year with growing staff and student numbers.

Hire date: June 2018

Profiles of 6 assistant/associate professors

To help the Director of Studies, we are looking assistant/associate professors who a PhD in computer science, and be able to teach in the following areas: General computing, programming, computer architecture, mathematics, operation systems, databases, telecommunications, analysis and design, information systems, software engineering, Internet and web applications, location-based services, mobile applications, cloud computing, management, production management information technology for precision farming, etc.

Hire date: August 2018


All candidates must send a application letter, résumés and all supporting documents before June 1, 2018 to:

Jean Gervais Yoyomoutome, Director of the ISATIC:

Robert Laurini, president of USF-AWB: