Instructor, Engineering Technology: Electric and Micro-electronic

Job Details

Summary of Duties

The Instructor has the responsibility for developing and delivering innovative electronic and micro-electronic curricula for all department programs and certificates. Knowledge in the integration with robotics, automated systems, and artificial Intelligence a plus. The candidate is expected to work collaboratively and effectively with industry and colleagues. The instructor needs to have experience providing student support and instruction; and demonstrated ability to work with struggling or at-risk learners by disseminating difficult topics in a manner that students will understand and grasp.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Teach up to eighteen (18) contact hours weekly in assigned day, evening, or weekend courses. Able to teach alternative delivery modalities including flipped classes, cohort and hybrid course content.
  • Provide 10 office hours weekly for student advising, curriculum development, assessment activity, etc.
  • Provide 12 hours weekly of college and community service (committees, meetings, professional development, etc...).
  • Develop courses and programs for both credit and non-credit students with embedded industry certificates.
  • Use innovative learning techniques to deliver course content and labs.
  • Ability to teach all courses within specific program or certificate.
  • Develop courses and programs for both credit and non-credit students with embedded industry certificates.
  • Ability to teach all courses within specific program or certificate.
  • Assist with recommendations for equipment, software/hardware purchases, instruction scheduling, use of facilities, and other related contractual items.
  • Assist with Marketing projects and promotion of the College and STEM programs through a variety of activities.
  • Develop professionally by continuing to seek and learn new knowledge and skills in engineering technology and other associated areas.
  • Actively participate in divisional, college committees, and related activities.
  • Be committed to implementation of the philosophy and conceptual framework of the Technology and Liberal Studies Division.
  • Perform other similar duties as required.
  • Experience, Skills & Abilities


  • Three to five years' demonstrated industry experience and one to three years' teaching experience at college level or training experience in industry.
  • Committed to the two-year college mission, quality instruction and willing to work evening or weekend hours as needed.
  • Reliable, conscientious and able to work independently and must be detail oriented and a self-starter.
  • Education & Certifications


  • Bachelor Degree, applicable engineering field or engineering technology field
  • Preferred:
    • Masters Degree, applicable engineering field or engineering technology field.
    • Current industry certifications and/or professional licensure.


    Called upon to develop highly trained, innovative, career-ready individuals for every industry and organization, Rhodes State College has become the right place for students who want to make an impact right now.

    For five decades, Rhode State has changed lives, built futures and improved communities through lifelong learning. We take pride in training individuals who become essential contributors to manufacturing, business, healthcare and their communities. With over 70 programs, majors and certificates, students come to Rhodes State with promising futures and complete their training with new jobs, new credentials, or their sights set on seamlessly transitioning to a bachelor’s degree program.

    We are creating a quality, affordable pathway for students to accomplish their goals, whether they begin at Rhodes State in high school, through our College Credit Plus program, or come seeking a new path in life, a new hobby, or an upgrade to their job skills. Through an extensive partnership with business, manufacturers, healthcare providers, and organizations in our ten-county service area, students have the opportunity to connect, network and enter new roles upon completion of their courses.

    Rhodes State is a vital asset to the region for growth and innovation as we strive to meet the needs of employers with the credentialed workers they need to succeed and grow. We are creating new programs, purchasing advanced laboratory equipment, and collaborating with regional partners to garner fresh ideas and insight. The new Center for Health Science Education and Innovation in Downtown Lima is just one example of how Rhodes State is creating an interdisciplinary learning environment, equipped with the latest technology to serve students and the community as a whole.

    Students of every variety can experience the excellence of Rhodes State online, on campus, or through our network of educational partners. We have staff and faculty to support special needs, help to engage in student activities, or give counseling and career advice. In addition, our alumni family of over 18,000 degree holders is a growing force in our region. They are available as mentors to our students and bridge-builders for the College into the community.

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