Lecturer - Computing 2018
Lecturer - Computing 2018
Feb 20, 2018
The University of Texas at Austin Department of Biomedical Engineering is seeking qualified and highly motivated candidates to fill a non-tenure track Lecturer position to teach programming languages, network theory, and biomedical applications in computing.
Biomedical Engineering is dedicated to developing clinically translatable solutions for human health by educating the next generation of biomedical engineers, cultivating leaders, and nurturing the integration of engineering, science, and medicine in a discovery-centered environment. We have a strong commitment to excellence in undergraduate education, with applied learning applications from first-year through the capstone design experience. The department highly values its close-knit community of undergraduate students and is seeking a Lecturer who is skilled in instruction as well as motivated to mentor students.
We invite qualified candidates to apply for the Lecturer position starting in either summer or fall 2018. The Lecturer will teach two (2) introductory undergraduate Biomedical Engineering courses per semester with a focus on programming languages, network analysis, computing, and numerical methods. Candidates should have earned a doctorate degree in biomedical engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, quantitative science, or other closely related field. Additional required qualifications include a strong teaching philosophy with instructor experience at the undergraduate level. Teaching emphasis on programming languages, network theory, and biomedical applications in computing is preferred. Candidates are also expected to have a successful record of mentoring undergraduate students and a commitment to professional service.
The University of Texas at Austin values its non-tenure track faculty and has developed a career path for lecturers that include opportunities for promotions and multi-year contracts.
Interested persons should include a cover letter expressing interest, a detailed curriculum vitae including academic and professional experience, a statement of teaching goals specific to biomedical engineering and computing applications, and submit names and contact information of at least three professional reference letter writers via the Interfolio site prompts.
Please follow applicant instructions within Interfolio to submit materials; do not email materials.
Questions? Please direct inquiries to Ms. Carrie Cunningham at [email protected]