Clemson University: College of Engineering, Computing and
Applied Sciences: Industrial Engineering
Lecturer - Industrial Engineering
Location: Clemson, SC
The Department of Industrial Engineering at Clemson University
invites applications for multiple full-time, non-tenure-track
faculty positions at the rank of Lecturer with an immediate start
date. A successful candidate will be an engaging, effective and
versatile educator who is able to teach undergraduate and graduate
courses in industrial engineering. We are especially interested in
candidates with expertise and strong teaching interests in
industrial engineering applications (e.g., supply chain/logistics,
manufacturing systems, systems modeling) and human
factors/ergonomics. The Lecturer may also contribute to the
teaching mission of the department's Master of Engineering (MEng)
online programs in industrial engineering and systems
Candidates are expected to adopt innovative educational practices
as they develop and teach undergraduate and graduate courses.
Anticipated teaching load is 21 credits over a 12-month
appointment. In addition to their primary instructional role,
candidates may have responsibilities in advising and mentoring
students, assisting with curriculum development and management, and
contributing to internal and external service activities. An earned
doctorate degree in Industrial Engineering or a closely related
field at the time of appointment is preferred, and evidence of
teaching effectiveness or instructional support at the university
level is expected.
The Department of Industrial Engineering currently has 23 full-time
faculty members with anticipated growth to 28 faculty members
within the next few years. We have a student population of 500
undergraduate students, 125 on-campus M.S. students, and 45 Ph.D.
students. Furthermore, our online Master of Engineering (MEng)
program currently enrolls 85 students. Additional information about
the Department can be found at http://ie.clemson.edu
University, a Carnegie R1 institution, is a public land-grant
University in South Carolina. The College of Engineering, Computing
and Applied Sciences is creating a rich environment for students to
develop not only excellent technical skills but also a broad set of
abilities that position them as the intellectual leaders of
tomorrow. For additional information about the College, please
An earned doctorate degree in Industrial Engineering or a closely
related field at the time of appointment is preferred, and evidence
of teaching effectiveness or instructional support at the
university level is expected.
The review process will commence immediately and will continue
until the positions are filled.
Interested applicants should submit the following to Interfolio:
- Cover Letter: In the cover letter, applicants should
list the top five courses they would like to teach, as well as five
additional courses that they could teach if requested.
- Curriculum Vitae
- Teaching Statement: The teaching statement must
summarize the candidate's teaching experience and interests,
teaching philosophy, and strategies for promoting an inclusive
environment for diverse student populations.
- Reference Information: A single PDF document with the
contact information of three (3) Professional References
Inquiries should be directed to Dr. William Ferrell
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
Clemson University is an AA/EEO employer and does not discriminate
against any person or group on the basis of age, color, disability,
gender, pregnancy, national origin, race, religion, sexual
orientation, veteran status or genetic information. Clemson
University is building a culturally diverse faculty and staff
committed to working in a multicultural environment and encourages
applications from minorities and women.