Employment Opportunities

Faculty Positions

Bruce Eisenstein Endowed Chair

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department invites applicants from all ranks (assistant, associate and full professor) for the newly established Bruce Eisenstein Endowed Chair faculty position. Qualified candidates with an outstanding scholarly record, commensurate with their academic rank, in any field of ECE, as well as interdisciplinary and cross-cutting areas, will be given full consideration.

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Assistant or Associate Teaching Professor

The Department of Engineering Technology invites applications for an Assistant or Associate Teaching Professor, effective as early as September 1, 2020. The successful candidate should have PhD in Electrical Engineering or in a closely related field, possess a strong background in electronics, renewable energy, and/or robotics and automation, and be committed to the education of undergraduate and graduate students. Candidates with industrial and teaching experience are preferred.

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Administrative Positions

Proposal and Research Development Specialist

Under the supervision of the Senior Director, Research Development and Sponsored Projects, the Specialist undertakes a variety of duties to provide direct support to college investigators and research development and administrative staff as they pursue funding in support of research, teaching and service projects. While this position has a special emphasis on cultivating, winning, and maintaining research funding from private sources, the Specialist will also be called on to assist at key points in the proposal development process for a diverse set of other federal, state, and local government funders. The position may include occasional travel for research development.

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Proposal and Research Development Specialist

Under the supervision of the Senior Director, Research Development and Sponsored Projects, the Specialist undertakes a variety of duties to provide direct support to college investigators and research development and administrative staff as they pursue funding in support of research, teaching and service projects. While this position has a special emphasis on cultivating, winning, and maintaining research funding from private sources, the Specialist will also be called on to assist at key points in the proposal development process for a diverse set of other federal, state, and local government funders. The position may include occasional travel for research development.

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Academic Advisor

Advises College of Engineering students on various information such as academic requirements, departmental curricula, careers associated with the major, and graduation requirements for the university. This is an extremely high visibility position, requiring an individual who is able to interact with various internal and external constituents. This position also requires a high degree of accountability and responsibility. Academic advisors, similar to faculty and other professional staff, are central to providing information, guidance, and support with the intent of enabling students to make informed decisions and engage available resources to maximize learning outcomes and pre-professional development.

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