Open Until Filled: Yes
Job Summary: The School of Environmental, Civil, Agricultural and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Georgia (UGA) invites applications for a non-tenure-track Lecturer position to begin in August 2017. The School of Environmental, Civil, Agricultural and Mechanical Engineering is one of the three schools in the College of Engineering at UGA, which is one of the newest engineering colleges in the nation. The school consists of four undergraduate degree programs (Environmental, Civil, Agricultural and Mechanical engineering) as well as four graduate programs including M.S. in engineering and Ph.D. in engineering. Due to the unprecedented growth of our undergraduate programs, the primary duty of the selected candidate will be to teach 12 credit hours per semester. Successful applicants must be able to teach courses in Engineering Mechanics area. Specifically, this position will involve teaching core undergraduate engineering courses and supporting instruction efforts for the following courses: Statics, Dynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer. Special consideration will be given to candidates who are capable of also teaching courses in engineering economics. Position responsibilities include effective classroom teaching of undergraduate courses, laboratory supervision, mentoring undergraduate engineering students, and working with other faculty on innovative teaching methods within the college's growing instructional programs. Effective communication skills are required. The university offers campus wide programs to enhance the teaching skills of instructors.
Minimum Qualifications: A Ph.D. in Engineering or related discipline is required.
Faculty Rank: Lecturer
Employee Percentage: 100
Location od Vacancy: Athens Area