The faculty will be responsible for educational leadership, student instruction, and student advising in the Electronics and Automation Engineering Technology programs. Position will start in the Spring semester, January 2024.
Minimum education and experience include:
- Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics Engineering Technology or related discipline. Three (3) years of automation experience.
Minimum abilities and skills include:
- Developed organizational skills. Interpersonal skills necessary to deal effectively and courteously with students, staff, faculty, and the public Sensitivity to the expectations of students, staff, faculty, and the public. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in written form. Willingness to participate in advanced training programs and industrial service programs that may require travel. Ability to lecture in front of a classroom. Demonstrated sensitivity to diversity and multicultural issues. Ability to use and teach electronics and automation related application software.
At Pennsylvania College of Technology, tomorrow makers are doing more than building and sharpening their skills. They’re learning alongside faculty already proven in their careers, working with the latest technology, and pushing their boundaries.
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