Residential Adjunct Engineering Faculty
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Residential Adjunct Engineering FacultyDoes this position require driving?:
Joyce Roberts, Senior Administrative Assistant to the DeanContact Phone Ext:
It is expected that an adjunct faculty member will model a personal commitment to the goals and values of Liberty University, engage in an active commitment to and experience of personal spiritual formation within a biblically-informed Christian worldview, and follow lesson plans developed for the course he/she is facilitating. An adjunct faculty member should view the course being taught as a means to a significant educational end. He/she should strive to employ a variety of techniques for the development of good learning conditions, view each student as a unique individual, and, insofar as is possible, provide for individual differences, abilities, and interests.
An adjunct faculty member:
-Teaches material from approved curriculum in accordance with assigned schedule to ensure student satisfaction
-Assists students in achieving completion of objectives and learning outcomes
-Provides regular and timely feedback to students
-Participates in school retention initiatives by maintaining productive conduct with students and by getting in touch with and offering assistance to absent students
-Motivates students to actively participate in all aspects of the educational process
-Maintains and reports student grades and attendance in accordance with University policies, and
-Completes other duties as assigned.
-An earned Master’s degree in an Engineering discipline from an institution accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the U. S. Department of Education.
-Superior interpersonal, customer service, presentation, and communication skills.
-Creative, innovative and problem-solving skills.
-Proven organizational skills and ability to complete assignments accurately and in a timely manner with minimal supervision.
-Proficiency in MS Office and the Internet.
-If applicable, ability to obtain and maintain licenses as required by state or accrediting commissions.
-Demonstrated strength in teaching at the college level.
-Application submitted only via Liberty University’s online automated application process.
-A commitment to producing Christ-centered men and women with values, knowledge, and skills necessary to impact tomorrow’s engineering and technology-related disciplines
Three years in the field of Electrical, Mechanical, or Systems Engineering, or other Engineering discipline. Ph.D. in an Engineering discipline.Work Hours:
This is a residential adjunct position. Class schedules will be determined on a semester basis by department chair and dean of school.Posting Date:
06/01/2018Special Instructions for Applicants:
Residential Faculty Application must be submitted, along with all accompanying documents.Quicklink: