Kennesaw State University is now accepting applications for a
nine-month, non-tenure track Lecturer of Industrial and Systems
Engineering faculty position in the Department of Industrial and
Systems Engineering with a preferred start date of August 1,
- Teaching undergraduate and potentially graduate courses
throughout the curriculum, with emphasis on traditional ISYE topics
such as facility layout, work measurement, and/or cost
- Some service activities at the department, college, or
university level are expected.
An earned Master’s degree, or a foreign equivalent, in
Industrial and Systems Engineering, or related field is
Preferred Qualifications Include
- An earned Ph.D. in Industrial and Systems Engineering, or the
foreign equivalent, or related field is preferred.
- Industry, research or teaching experience in traditional ISYE
topics such as facility layout, work measurement, and/or cost
- College level and/or online teaching experience
- Evidence of teaching and working with a culturally and an
ethnically diverse community
For a full description of this position, application deadlines,
and application procedures, visit https://hr.kennesaw.edu/careers.php.
Search for Job ID 237236.
For more than 50 years, Kennesaw State University has been known
for its entrepreneurial spirit and sense of community. A leader in
innovative teaching and learning, Kennesaw State is located just
north of Atlanta, and combines a suburban setting on two
metro-Atlanta campuses in Kennesaw and Marietta. As one of
Georgia’s largest universities, Kennesaw State offers undergraduate
and graduate degrees, including a growing number of doctoral
programs. A member of the University System of Georgia, Kennesaw
State is committed to becoming a world-class academic institution
positioned to broaden its academic and research missions and expand
its scope on a local, regional and national level.
Kennesaw State University, a member of the University System of
Georgia, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and
does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability,
national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, and/or
veteran status. Georgia is an Open Records state.