Artsakh State University is Seeking Computer Information Systems Instructor

Artsakh State University

STEPANAKERT—Plans are set and preparations are underway for the launch of a Computer Information Systems degree at the Artsakh State University later this year.

The project, aptly named “iArtsakh,” is an undertaking of Los Angeles based non-profit Scholars for Scientific, Educational, and Cultural Development in collaboration with the Armenian Educational Foundation, Artsakh Prime Ministry and Artsakh State University.

“We have worked closely with officials at the Artsakh State University to develop the curriculum for the Computer Information Systems degree,” said SSECD board member Dr. Razmig Shirinian. “At this time we are accepting applications for instructors who will reside in Stepanakert and teach various courses.”

The new program will include basic CIS curriculum as well advanced courses in software design, database design, PHP, C#, Java and HTML5.
“Information about the open instructor position as well as an application are available on the “iArtsakh” section of SSECD.org,” said Shirinian. “We encourage all who are interested to apply no later than May 1st.”

“iArtsakh,” a project of Scholars for Scientific, Educational, and Cultural Development, aims to advance the IT sector in Artsakh by promoting education, employment and empowerment. SSECD is exempt from federal income tax under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All donations are tax deductible. Please visit www.SSECD.org for additional information or to apply for the open instructor position.

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    • Armanen said:

      There are a few groups on LinkedIn dedicated to Armenian professionals, they do post job openings in Armenia and the Diaspora from time to time.

      • www.Voskanapat.info said:

        Thank you, Armanen – I think I belong to a few of these groups. You are right, most of the postings are about jobs in Armenia proper. I’m interested in jobs in Artsakh. I think that the government there or their embassy in DC should have a special page explaining the process and job openings.

        I understand that the pay and benefits are very different from what we have in the US. But what does it take to move there and have a job? Language requirements, living conditions, vacation time, health care, schools for kids, etc.?

        I think RepatArmenia does a good job in overall promotion but does not have specifics, especially for Artsakh.

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