Adjunct Faculty, Applied Aviation Science

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Arizona, United States
Salary Not Specified
May 19, 2020
Employment Level
Employment Type
Part Time

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Prescott, College of Aviation, invites applications for Adjunct Faculty in support of our B.S. degrees in Applied Meteorology, Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Air Traffic Management, and Aviation Stress Management.

Applied Meteorology teaching assignments may include, but not be limited to, Survey of Meteorology, Aviation Weather, Satellite and Radar Weather Interpretation and Survey of Meteorology Lab. The selected candidate must have a Master's Degree, preferably in Meteorology or Aviation- Weather related field. A Ph.D./doctoral degree and teaching experience is highly desirable.

Unmanned Aerial Systems teaching assignments may include, but not limited to core courses which focus on the technologies of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UASs); governmental and private sector applications of UAS to meet mission needs, and operations within the architecture of the current national airspace and federal aviation regulations. Additionally, knowledge of private, instrument, and commercial pilot operations is required. The selected candidate(s) must have a Master's Degree, preferably in Unmanned Aircraft Systems or Aeronautical Science. A doctoral degree preferred with applicability to the aviation related fields of study, experience in higher education, industry, or governmental educational setting; Commercial Pilots License, Certified Flight Instructor Certificate or Fundamentals of Instructing test competed.

Air Traffic Management teaching assignments may include, but not be limited to Air traffic Basics I and II, Introduction to Air Traffic Control Tower, Introduction to Terminal Radar Operations, & En-Route Terminal Radar Operations. The applicant must also have experience with simulation and training software such as Metacraft, SimSuite, and Prepar3D. The Selected Candidate(s) must have a Master's degree in technical aviation-related field and applicable previous work experience. Previous teaching experience is preferred.

The Aviation Stress Management teaching assignments may include teaching Aviation Stress Management and University Success Courses. The candidate must possess an understanding of stress on the human condition (physically, psychologically, and emotionally), personal responses or tendencies when stressed, and the ability to teach practical tools, concepts, and techniques to effectively manage stress and human physiology. A master's degree in Education or Human Factors or psychology with professional experience in Stress Management required.

The Prescott campus is a small residential campus in the mountains of northern Arizona. Prescott is one of the highest-rated residential areas in the Southwest. It is located at over 5,000 feet elevation, has a mild climate, clean air, and is close to outdoor recreation, pristine wilderness areas and national forests.

Qualifications :

These positions are available beginning August 2020. Applications will be reviewed immediately and will continue until the position(s) are filled. Specific qualifications are listed above by area.

Interested individuals should submit an application, cover letter and resume/curriculum vitae clearly showing that the applicant meets the minimum qualifications. Please include unofficial transcripts and three professional references with contact information.

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