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The Electronic Engineering Technology (ELEN) department is seeking a college professor to teach a 3 week, 60 hour intensive electronics fabrication course immediately following the regular Winter 2020 semester.
Applicants with a degree or diploma in Electronics or Electrical Engineering/Technology (or similar program) will be considered. Membership with a professional Engineering or Technology Association is preferred.
The successful candidate should have practical and teaching experience related to
- Soldering to IPC standards
- Assembling and testing printed circuit boards
- Selecting components for electronics projects
- Creating and assembling enclosures for electronics projects (including sheet metal work and 3D printing)
- Working in and ensuring a safe workplace
The successful candidate will be expected to teach lecture and/or lab sections for the assigned courses and to commit to their ongoing development. Duties will include teaching, holding regular office hours, marking all assignment and exams, and reporting grades. This is a new course, but there are notes, assignments, labs, tests, etc. that have been developed which are available for instructor use.
The ideal candidate will have an exceptional industrial and teaching record with a demonstrated learner-centered teaching philosophy. An active profile in scholarship, research and creative activity will be considered an asset. The successful applicant will be an integral member of the Electronic Engineering Technology department that is committed to excelling in meeting the needs of both students and industry.
Start Date: April 27, 2020
End Date: May 15, 2020