Affirmative Action No.:: 17Y020
First Consideration Date:: 03/15/2017
Department:: Lake Campus Engineering Technology
Minimum Annual or Hourly Rate: Negotiable
The successful candidate will provide instruction to undergraduate students in the areas of electrical engineering. Courses may focus on engineering mathematics, Digital Design, Matlab programming, Electronic Devices, Linear Systems, Control Systems, Digital Communication, Digital Integrated Circuit Design, and C Programming. Additional responsibilities may include advising and developing senior design projects as well as other activities assigned by the program director. Significant service to the student and community is expected.
Instructor: An earned master's degree in mechanical or manufacturing engineering or related field; knowledge of and/or experience working with adults. Lecturer: An earned master's degree in mechanical or manufacturing engineering or related field and seven years related teaching experience in Higher Education; knowledge of and/or experience working with adults
Completion/near completion of doctorate in related field; successful university level teaching experience; knowledge of technology as a tool in teaching and learning; working with diverse backgrounds and settings; evidence of scholarly potential and of service to the academic community.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
80% teaching; 20% campus service.
Special contract terms and conditions of employment apply. Length of contract: 1 year Instructor or 3 years Lecturer. This position is eligibile for renewal upon successful completion of the first contract term. This position is located at Wright State University's Lake Campus in Celina, Ohio.
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