Adjunct Faculty, Singapore

Employer
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Location
Singapore
Salary
Salary Not Specified
Posted
Nov 09, 2018
Employment Level
Adjunct
Employment Type
Part Time


Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Asia is hiring qualified adjunct instructors for our Asia Campus located in the Republic of Singapore.

A minimum of a Master's degree in discipline is required, as well as relevant industry and/or teaching experience within the last 7 years. Applicants are only permitted to submit one application for one course mentioned below. All applications will be reviewed towards all current course openings. These positions do not have eligibility for sponsorship of work passes, and therefore we will only consider applicants who are Singaporean Nationals or Foreigners with Permanent Resident pass.

Undergraduate Courses:
  • ASCI 309 - Aerodynamics
  • ASCI 315 - Unmanned Aerial Systems and Operations
  • ASCI 316 - Operational and Business Aspects of Unmanned Aerial Systems
  • ASCI 318 - Unmanned Aerial Systems Robotics
  • ASCI 327 - Aviation Work Force Management in a Global Environment
  • ASCI 401 - Airport Development and Operations
  • ASCI 404 - Applications in Aviation/Aerospace Law
  • ASCI 410 - Unmanned Systems Sensing Technology
  • ASCI 416 - Aviation Maintenance Management: A Global Perspective
  • ASCI 424 Maintenance Repair and Overhaul
  • BSAB 410 - Management of Air Cargo
  • BSAB 426 International Aviation Management
  • BSAB 450 Airline/Aviation
  • ECON 225 Engineering Economics
  • ENGR 115 Introduction to Computing for Engineers
  • ENGR 120 Graphical Communications
  • ESCI 201 Statics
  • ESCI 202 Solid Mechanics
  • ENGR 101 - Introduction to Engineering
  • ENGR 115 - Introduction to Computing for Engineers
  • MATH 111 College Mathematics for Aviation I
  • MATH 112 College Mathematics for Aviation II
  • MGMT 210 Financial Accounting
  • STATS 222 Business Statistics
  • PHYS 102 Explorations in Physics
  • PHYS 150 - Physics I for Engineers
  • PHYS 160 - Physics II for Engineers
  • PHYS 250 - Physics III for Engineers
  • PHYS 253 - Physics Laboratory for Engineers
  • SFTY 311 - Fundamentals of Occupational Safety and Health
  • SFTY 320 - Human Factors in Aviation Safety
  • SFTY 321 - Ergonomics
  • SFTY 330 - Aircraft Accident Investigation
  • SFTY 335 - Mechanical and Structural Factors in Aviation Safety
  • SFTY 341 - Occupational Safety and Health Program Management
  • SFTY 345 - Aviation Safety Program Management
  • SFTY 350 - Aircraft Crash and Emergency Management
  • SFTY 355 - Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology
  • SFTY 365 - Fire Protection
  • SFTY 375 - Propulsion Plant Investigation
  • SFTY 409 - Aviation Safety
  • SFTY 410 - Design of Engineering Hazard Controls
  • SFTY 435 - Aircraft Crash Survival Analysis and Design
  • SFTY 440 - System Safety Management

Graduate Courses:
  • ASCI 602 - The Air Transportation System
  • ASCI 604 - Human Factors in the Aviation/Aerospace Industry
  • ASCI 662 - Statistical Analysis for Aviation/Aerospace
  • ASCI 670 - Research Methods for Aviation/Aerospace


Qualifications :

Preference will be given to candidates who possess the following qualifications:

  • Terminal degree in the field of expertise
  • Verifiable professional experience in the subject discipline
  • Contemporary experience working in the aviation/aerospace industry


We are especially interested in applicants who hold a terminal degree (Ph.D., DBA, JD, etc.) in the area in which they desire to teach and who have direct experience related to the course content.

Individuals finishing their doctoral work or holding a Master's degree with a minimum of 18 graduate hours in the related discipline and demonstrated teaching experience may be considered. (Note: We cannot consider applicants who do not have the minimum of an earned Master's degree.)

Applicants must complete all questions on the application prior to their submission being reviewed.

**Once hired, adjunct instructors are contracted to teach course-by-course and term-by-term. There is no guarantee that a course contract will be offered; it is dependent on the needs of the university. If an instructor has not been offered a course contract and/or has not taught within 2 years, they will automatically be moved to an inactive status in our system, and will be required to reapply if they desire to gain active status again.**