The Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering seeks for a person to organize and teach the practical aspects of undergraduate electrical and computer engineering, primarily at the sophomore and junior levels. Prior courses have included: ECE 2804 Integrated Design Project, ECE 2214 Physical Electronics, and ECE 2054 Applied Electrical Theory. The successful candidate must enjoy interacting with students, and have good organizational and management skills. Responsibilities will include developing new experiments and projects to incorporate into courses, teaching undergraduate courses, training and supervising up to five Teaching Assistants and Undergraduate Mentors, acting as a subject matter expert for student projects, and purchasing lab equipment and supplies. The position will involve other duties, as assigned, but will not involve a research component.
M.S. degree in Electrical or Computer Engineering
One year of experience, beyond an undergraduate degree designing, building, testing, and integrating analog and digital (FPGA, microcontroller) circuits
Evidence of a strong desire to teach students the practical aspects of electrical and computer engineering, which must be addressed in the cover letter.
Three years of experience, beyond an undergraduate degree, with RF/microwave test and measurement equipment and the ability to supervise students with design projects in this area.
Conviction Check Required
Experience managing others or leading a team
One year of full-time laboratory development and teaching experience as a lead instructor.
Able to move and set up lab equipment and furniture if required
Commensurate with Experience
The successful Candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check
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Advertised: May 14, 2021