Job description

Under the direction of the Dean of Applied Sciences and Engineering Technology (ASET) Division. Instructor primarily responsible for teaching courses in the Auto Engineering Technology program. Additional duties include promoting, directing, developing, and implementing daily operation of Auto Engineering program including development of new curriculum assisting in selection of appropriate adjunct (part-time) faculty for the program, equipment planning and procurement for the Automotive Engineering Technology program area in the lab. Instructor expected to work cooperatively with the Automotive Service Technology faculty and program coordinator toward accomplishing common goals. Candidate expected to remain current in latest Automotive Engineering Technologies (i.e., Hybrid and Electric Vehicles, Alternative Fuel Vehicles, Diesels, Emissions, Instrumentation, etc.) and develop curriculum in such subject areas as applicable. Instructor establishes and maintains an Automotive Engineering Technology advisory committee comprised of Industry stake holders. Involvement with Society of Automotive Engineers with the goal of sustaining existing student chapter or involvement in similar such activity expected. As an integral member of the ASET Division, faculty member expected to develop effective collegial relationships, work closely with students and local employers, and take part in the promotion of the division programs and the College in general.

Minimum Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree in Automotive Engineering Technology or in the Engineering field or Associate’s degree in Automotive Engineering Technology or Automotive Service Technology OR Engineering Technology and 4,000 hours of hands-on automotive work-related experience. Exception to the above may be considered with appropriate qualifications and work experience in the profession. Teaching experience preferred.

Immediate review of application materials and continues until the position filled

Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume, MCCC employment application, two letters of recommendation, and academic transcripts (official transcripts required upon hire) to: Molly McCutchan; Director, Human Resources; Monroe County Community College; 1555 S. Raisinville Rd.; Monroe, MI  48161, [email protected]. See for faculty employment application.

Monroe County Community College has been providing a variety of post-secondary opportunities for the residents of Monroe County, Michigan since 1964. Monroe County, with a population of 159,900, offers a quality rural and urban life style well situated between Detroit, Ann Arbor, and Toledo, Ohio. Graduate study is available at the University of Toledo, Wayne State University, Eastern Michigan University, The University of Michigan, and the University of Detroit.




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Posted: 5/14/2018
Application Due: 7/13/2018
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Salary: Salary may be negotiated depending upon experience and education consistent with Master Agreement.