Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering Technology - Alfred State
Posted on Jan 17, 2019 by Alfred State College
Alfred State, SUNY College of Technology, seeks qualified applicants for a ten month, tenure track position in the ETAC/ABET accredited Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology programs starting January 2019 (preferred) or August 2019. This position focuses on teaching, laboratory work and project-based learning. The department is interested in individuals who have a passion for relating engineering theory to practical application, enabling students to "learn by doing." The position could involve teaching courses in circuit theory, electronics, fabrication, embedded controllers, power systems, and computer engineering technology among other topics.
Teach a variety of undergraduate electrical engineering technology courses in both lecture and laboratory settings in which professors are responsible for all aspects of courses from laboratory set-up to grading and assessment.
Recruit students for the program, oversee senior projects, and advise club project activities.
Collaborate on departmental initiatives ranging from ETAC-ABET accreditation to program development.
A minimum of three years of recent, relevant industrial experience that ties directly to the electrical engineering technology curriculum. Baccalaureate and master's degree in electrical engineering, electrical engineering technology, computer engineering, computer engineering technology or a closely related field is required. An earned Ph.D. in electrical engineering, electrical engineering technology, computer engineering, computer engineering technology or a closely related field is preferred.
Must have excellent English written and oral communication skills.
The applicant will be evaluated by the following criteria: education, relevance and recentness of industrial experience, engineering/technology teaching experience, ability to communicate, participation in professional societies, certifications/licenses, and scholarly activities. While quality teaching is the primary responsibility, professional development, university service, student advisement, and scholarly ability are also required for promotion and tenure
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