Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in the area of EET with emphasis in electrical power system and renewable energy. The position requires research and scholarly activities, undergraduate and graduate advising, service activities to the department, college and university, and other duties as assigned by the department head. Applicants need to show commitment to excellence in teaching, research/scholarship and service. |
Earned doctorate degree from an accredited university in Electrical Engineering Technology or closely related field required. ABDs with evidence of degree completion by August 2014 will be considered.
Candidates must show evidence of, or potential for successful teaching and course development in a lab-intensive electrical/electronic engineering technology program and research in an EET field with a focus in the electrical power system area. Candidates must also demonstrate effective communication skills, computer proficiency and software application skills.
A record of academic scholarship and grant writing skills necessary for obtaining external funding support in an electrical power system area is highly desired. Industry experience and registration as a Professional Engineer also desired, along with background or interest in outreach activities involving industry and community colleges. Experience in supporting ABET accreditation for undergraduate programs is preferred.
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