Location: Fall River, MA Category: Faculty Posted On: Tue Jul 2 2019 Job Description:
STATEMENT OF DUTIES: As part of the Engineering department of the Mathematics, Science and Engineering division, the Instructor - Offshore Wind Energy will teach a full-time (15 credit hours per semester) schedule of Offshore Wind Energy, Wind Power Technology, Wind Power Operations and Maintenance, and Electromechanical Engineering courses. Depending on qualifications, they may also be responsible for teaching courses in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Advanced Manufacturing and/or CAD (i.e. Material Science, Fluid Systems, Statics, Mechanics of Materials, Thermodynamics, Electrical Circuits, Digital Electronics, or Manual & CNC Machining), Manufacturing Processes, Lean & Six Sigma, Control Systems and/or any other area of Engineering offered by the College. Courses may be held at our Fall River, New Bedford, Attleboro, and Taunton locations and/or in the online environment as assigned.
The selected candidate must share Bristol's commitment for excellence in teaching and learning, and will contribute to the growth of the department. The candidate will assist the department with tracking and identifying industry/employer needs, and will also develop courses and teaching strategies for students with diverse interests, which will help meet Bristol's needs and advance goals for student recruitment and retention.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Reports to the Dean of Mathematics, Science, and Engineering.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Teach a full-time (15 credit hours per semester) schedule of courses in the Engineering department, at all Bristol locations as assigned.
Prepare syllabi and develop curricula to address course and student learning outcomes and General Education competencies as appropriate.
Serve as academic advisor to students.
Post and maintain a minimum of four (4) office hours per week.
Develop appropriate discipline-related courses.
Serve on College committees as elected or appointed.
Attend program, department, division, all-college, academic area, and committee meetings.
Recommend suitable instructional material, textbooks, and library acquisitions.
Participate in assessment of course and program learning outcomes.
Use technology effectively to communicate with students and colleagues and to enhance classroom learning as appropriate.
Engage in professional development activities to maintain excellence in the discipline and in the classroom.
Travel to all sites/educational locations, which may include training facilities.
Establish and maintain linkages with key stakeholders in the offshore wind industry, both in the US and overseas.
Carry out other related duties as assigned by the Dean consistent with the Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Master's degree in engineering is required, with at least 18 graduate credits in offshore wind energy or wind energy, clean energy, or a closely related discipline.
Minimum of three years of College level teaching.
Demonstrated industrial experience in a related field.
Demonstrated competency and comprehensive understanding of Offshore Wind Energy in particular Wind Energy and processes.
Demonstrated knowledge of engineering software.
Strong background in curricular planning and assessment, as well as the use of innovative educational technologies to enhance student learning.
Strong interpersonal skills.
The ability to work effectively with a diverse faculty, staff, and student body.
Doctoral degree in wind energy or clean energy; or mechanical, electrical, manufacturing, or industrial engineering; or a closely related discipline.
Global Wind Organization (GWO) certification.
Experience in community college teaching, advising, and curriculum development.
Experience teaching using models, simulations, and scientific visualization techniques.
Demonstrated experience with High Impact Practices.
Demonstrated experience developing and teaching online and/or hybrid course formats that incorporate universal design principles.
Demonstrated willingness to forge new, overseas relationships as it relates to the position.
Familiarity with college accreditation standards.
Demonstrated experience with writing grant proposals, grant management, and budgeting.
Demonstrated experience creating and/or coordinating an academic program or project.
Demonstrated interest in working with academic, industry, and/or community partners.
Ability to speak a language in addition to English.
POSITION STATUS: Full-time, tenure track, MCCC/MTA unit position with benefits.
STARTING DATE: Fall 2019
SALARY: Minimum salary $44,874 - $52,739 - actual salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience and consistent with the MCCC/MTA Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Internal Number: 112530
About Bristol Community College
Bristol Community College is a comprehensive, public community college accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), offering degree and certificate programs that give our students the skills they need to transition successfully to the workforce, to a four-year institution or promote individual opportunity. As one of fifteen Massachusetts community colleges, BCC offers a wide range of educational programs and community services. It develops and presents programs for the entire community, from children to senior citizens, and it is well known for its friendly atmosphere and a faculty that cares about its students. We serve more than 11,987 students at campuses in Fall River, New Bedford, Attleboro, Taunton, and online. The Workforce Education Institute develops active partnerships with business and industry, preK-12, colleges and universities, and social service agencies to maintain relevance and effectiveness of all credit and noncredit programming. The College enrolls over 18,667 students a year in community services program, in workforce development, adult literacy, personal enrichment, and our Kids College program. We value and respect diversity with...in Bristol Community College and the world while preparing well-rounded learners for employment and for life. BCC is a signatory to the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment and as such is actively committed to sustainability throughout all areas of the College.