Visiting Faculty - Engineering Technology (MET)
Job no: 502460
Department: Engineering Technology - Hamilton Campus
Location: Hamilton, OH, Middletown, OH
Work type: Faculty
Status: Part Time
Visiting Faculty (multiple positions) to teach undergraduate course(s) in Mechanical Engineering Technology on a per-course basis in the spring 2024 semester. Course assignments are made on a semester basis and taught on Miami’s Regional Campuses (Hamilton, OH and Middletown, OH). Courses are offered during the evenings; most courses are distance-learning courses, delivered by web conferencing. Some courses may be scheduled in face-to-face format.
- Master’s degree in Engineering/Engineering Technology or closely related field by date of appointment, or bachelor’s degree with 5 years of professional experience, by date of appointment, in closely related field and one of the following: (1) managerial or executive-level professional experience or highly applied professional experience; (2) at least 18 graduate credit hours in field plus four years of significant professional experience; or (3) professional certificate in the field plus at least four years of significant professional experience.
- Consideration may be given to candidates with the ability to teach at least one of the following courses/topics: CAD–AutoCAD, Modeling–Inventor/Solidworks, Engineering Materials, Statics, Fluid Mechanics, or Thermodynamics. Experience with distance learning and video conferencing systems. Commitment to teaching excellence. Relevant and technologically current industry experience; Professional Engineering license; or postsecondary teaching experience.
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