Open Date: 11/06/2018
Date Initial Screening Begins:
Minimum Education/Experience: Candidates are required to have a terminal degree in biomedical engineering or mechanical engineering or a related field from a regionally accredited institution and demonstrated potential for teaching excellence and developing a research program at ECU; however, ABD with significant qualifications may be considered for initial employment. ABD candidates will be initially appointed at the probationary rank of Assistant Professor and must have the terminal degree conferred prior to his/her first reappointment.
Special Instructions to Applicant: Rank will be commensurate with education and experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions. Candidates must submit a cover letter, current curriculum vita, a list of three (3) references to include complete contact information. Additionally, candidates must provide a statement of teaching philosophy (Add Doc #1) and a statement of research interests (Add Doc #2). Upon selection for a campus visit, candidates will be required to provide an official transcript of the highest terminal degree conferred along with three (3) letters of reference with original signatures. Questions related to the position may be directed to Dr. Jason Yao, [email protected] or Dr. Barbara Muller-Borer, [email protected]
Job Duties: The Department of Engineering is seeking a full time, 9-month, tenure track position at the assistant/associate professor level. The primary emphasis areas for engineering faculty are teaching excellence; collaborative, funded research and scholarship; and service to promote student success and enhance the quality and reputation of the Engineering program. Active involvement in outreach to industry is highly valued. Candidates should be committed to innovation and creativity in engineering education methods and approaches. Teaching assignments may range from core engineering courses such as introduction to engineering, engineering graphics, engineering design, or thermal and fluid systems to concentration courses such as fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat and mass transfer, or graduate courses such as thermal system design, renewable and sustainable energy systems, bioheat and mass transfer. Candidates will develop active, collaborative research programs and seek external funding support. Candidates will provide service to the university, community, and profession.