Lecturer Position in the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
- The University of Vermont
- Burlington, VT
- Faculty Jobs
- Engineering & Mathematics, Chemical & Biological Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Mathematics
- Employment Type
- Full Time
- Institution Type
- Four-Year Institution
The College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences at the University of Vermont (UVM) is seeking a highly motivated, full-time lecturer who can teach a variety of laboratory and design-focused courses. This position is not on the tenure track. Candidates should have a Ph.D. or M.S. degree in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or a related field.A successful candidate will ideally have the following qualifications:
- Extensive experience in computer-aided modeling and design.
- Expertise in software such as SolidWorks, Revit, AutoCAD, LabView, Civil 3D, Microstation, Bluebeam, or comparable software packages.
- Familiarity with dimensioning and tolerancing practices or standards such as ASME Y14.5.
- Experience in rapid prototyping methodologies such as 3D printing.
- Active engagement in professional development activities to maintain currency in the field of CAD.
- Relevant teaching experience, including a record of professional development in teaching and ability to teach students with a range of prior knowledge (first year through upper level coursework).
- Experience and/or interest in project-based, active learning, and inclusive teaching practices.
- Eagerness to serve as an academic advisor to undergraduate students.
- Evidence promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in their personal and/or professional life.
- Passion for driving continuous improvement in their teaching, and in their Department, College, and University through service activities.
Computer/Information SciencesPosting Number:
Mechanical Engineering/54010Advertising/Posting Title:
Lecturer Position in the College of Engineering and Mathematical SciencesFLSA:
1.0Employee Term (months):
The University of Vermont’s hilltop campus looks out across one of America’s most vibrant small cities to Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains beyond. Here, students’ educational experience and activities are enriched by our location — from the energy and innovation of Burlington to the forests, farms, and independent spirit of Vermont.
UVM is a Public Ivy and top 100 research university of a perfect size, large enough to offer a breadth of ideas, resources, and opportunities, yet small enough to enable close faculty-student mentorship. With a commitment to undergraduate education, UVM professors — world-class researchers, scholars, and artists — bring their discoveries into the classroom and their students into the field.
You’ll find UVM faculty and students studying the effects of climate change aboard the Melosira, a research vessel and floating lab; testing new vaccines at the on-campus medical center; launching local start-ups; and working with refugees at Burlington community centers.
Since 1791, the University of Vermont has worked to move humankind forward. The fifth oldest university in New England, UVM boasts a legacy of important firsts in education: the first college to declare public support of freedom of religion and the first to admit women and African-Americans to Phi Beta Kappa.
Today, the university continues to provide endless ways to explore the world, challenge ideas, and dig in on the most pressing issues of our time.
At a glance:
- Founded in 1791, became a Land Grant university in 1862
- Home to seven undergraduate schools and colleges, the Honors College, Graduate College, Larner College of Medicine, and Division of Continuing and Distance Education
- Enrollment: 10,267 undergraduates, 1,462 graduate students, 461 medical students, 23 post-baccalaureate certificates, 892 non-degree students
- 1,556 full- and part-time faculty
- Offering 100+ bachelor’s degree programs, 50 master’s programs, 29 accelerated master’s programs, and 22 doctoral programs
- 18 Division I athletic teams
- “UVM” stands for Universitas Viridis Montis, Latin for University of the Green Mountains
To be among the nation’s premier small research universities, preeminent in our comprehensive commitment to liberal education, environment, health and public service.
To create, evaluate, share and apply knowledge and to prepare students to be accountable leaders who will bring to their work dedication to the global community, a grasp of complexity, effective problem-solving and communication skills, and an enduring commitment to learning and ethical conduct.
UVM’s hometown perennially appears on national rankings that laud its livability, access to nature and recreation (including the best skiing in the northeast), thriving food and music scene, rising identity as a technology and innovation hub, and its status as a top college town. City perks include an active pedestrian marketplace in the heart of downtown, 8 miles of waterfront along Lake Champlain featuring stunning sunsets over the Adirondacks beyond, and a 12-mile paved bike trail that runs along the lake. Burlington’s nickname, BTV, comes from the code for its airport, just 10 minutes from campus. With Montreal a 90-minute and Boston a 3.5-hour drive away, international and metropolitan culture are easily accessible for weekend adventures.
With a metro-area population of approximately 210,000, Burlington is Vermont’s largest city. In addition to UVM, large local employers include Global Foundries, GE Healthcare, Keurig Green Mountain, Dealer.com, Seventh Generation and Ben & Jerry’s Homemade. Vermont’s public K-12 schools are perennially ranked among the best in the nation.
Get job alerts
Create a job alert and receive personalized job recommendations straight to your inbox.Create alert