Electronics Engineering Technology Tenure Track

Location
Ohio, United States
Salary
Competitive Salary
Posted
Jun 03, 2021
Employment Level
Tenured/Tenured Track
Employment Type
Full Time

Sinclair Community Colleges seeks to attract an academically and culturally diverse faculty that carries out the mission of the college with dedication, innovation and a commitment to the success of each student. The Division of Science, Mathematics and Engineering is currently seeking candidates for a tenure track opening in the Electronics Engineering Technology department effective August 16, 2021.

Principal Accountabilities

Carry out the six Critical Performance areas of a tenure track appointment:

  • Scholarship and Professional Growth: Maintain and seek to improve currency and competence in the discipline as a teacher
  • Teaching and Learning Facilitation: Participate in the continuing development and implementation of the department’s curriculum through teaching that reflects a strong commitment to fostering student success
  • Assessment and Evaluation: Implement evaluations according to established standards and use assessment data to continuously improve teaching and learning
  • Student Development: Through in-class and out-of-class initiatives, actively seek to advance the development of individual students and their capacity to meet their educational goals
  • Curriculum Design: In collaboration with colleagues, actively contribute to the continuous review and revision of the department’s curriculum
  • Workplace and Community Service: Contribute to the operation and advancement of the college through committee service and other activities

Requirements

  • Master’s Degree in Electronics/Electrical Engineering, Electronics/Electrical Engineering Technology, Automation, or a related area with at least five years of relevant experience required
  • In lieu of a Master’s degree a bachelor’s degree in Electronics/Electrical Engineering, Electronics/Electrical Engineering Technology, Automation, or a related area, and significant industrial or educational experience, with related certifications may be accepted initially
  • Candidates without a master’s degree will be required to obtain one within a specified time
  • Experience in a technical or instructional position related to Electrical Engineering preferred
  • Evidence of successful prior teaching experience required
  • Experience teaching in a community college preferred
  • A demonstrated commitment to improving student learning through innovative strategies shown to help students succeed at the course and program level
  • Effective communication skills and interpersonal skills with the capacity to work successfully in a culturally diverse college community required
  • Demonstrated skills in using modern educational technology, including multimedia-based instruction required