Indiana Tech is a thriving,
independent, teaching-oriented institution with a focus on
career-oriented programs in business, engineering, information
technology and computer science, criminal justice, life sciences,
human services and many other concentrations. Indiana Tech enrolls
nearly 1,500 students in its traditional undergraduate programs on
its picturesque main campus and nearly 5,000 students in its
College of Professional Studies programs online and onsite at 15
regional locations. Degrees are offered at the associate,
bachelor’s, masters and doctoral levels.
Over 41% of our students are either
globally or domestically diverse; this contributes to our unique
vibrant and inclusive campus community. All academic programs are
designed to provide students with relevant and practical
experiences, including an emphasis on internships. The university
is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
Indiana Institute of Technology
embraces diversity and equal opportunity intentionally. We are
committed to building a team that represents a variety of
backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. We believe that diversity
and inclusion among our employees is critical to our success with
respect to educating our students to become global citizens.
Indiana Tech is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Indiana Tech has big plans for its
future. Learn more at Indiana
Tech Strategic Plan
The College of Engineering and
Computer Science is seeking qualified individuals to join our
adjunct hiring pool to express their interest in future, part-time
teaching assignments at the Indiana Institute of Technology.
Typical courses include environmental health and safety, lean
manufacturing, ERP, CIM, Six Sigma, and engineering law.
The College of Engineering and
Computer Science currently has openings to teach courses in a
hybrid format. The hybrid format consists of seven weeks of online
teaching and one weekend of teaching at the Fort Wayne campus.
Travel expenses will be considered for anyone outside the greater
Fort Wayne area.
Course goals and objectives are set by
the dean and are defined in the letter of agreement.
Teach one or more courses per session
in accordance with course competencies and syllabi.
Develop and/or utilize a variety of
instructional strategies, techniques and delivery methods designed
to meet the individual learning style of students.
Provide a supportive and engaging
learning environment for a diverse student population.
Support efforts to increase access
and success in higher education for underrepresented.
Support the mission, vision, and
strategic plan of Indiana Institute of Technology.
Master’s degree in Engineering or a
closely related field.
Three years full time or part time
College-level teaching experience preferred.
Demonstrated ability to work with a
diverse student population.
Demonstrated evidence of strong
written and oral communication.
Experience with a Learning Management
Applicants should be able to use
technology effectively in all aspects of their work, including
Work is normally performed in a
typical classroom/office environment.