Instructor, Electrical/Electronics and Mechanical Engineering Technology Programs
Instructs classes in assigned division; coordinates assigned activities with other college programs, divisions, departments and outside agencies; and provides responsible and complex administrative support to the Director, Electrical/Electronics and Mechanical Engineering Technology Programs and the Department Chair, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
This is a 9 month faculty position working from mid-August to mid-May each academic year. Proposed employment date is January 2018. Salary is dependent on degree and experience. Starting monthly rate: Associate's degree $4,040; Bachelor's $4,287; Master's $4,506; EdS $4,664 and Doctorate $4,822.
Strong background in motors and controls plus electrical wiring and code preferred. Should be able to demonstrate the understanding of DC/AC circuit analysis, analog electronics including transistors and operational amplifiers, digital electronics, robotics and PLC's. Prior teaching experience preferred.
Associate's degree (required); bachelor's degree (preferred) in Electrical/Electronics or related field from an accredited college or university.