Southern California Institute of Technology is seeking part-time, adjunct faculty to instruct bachelors level courses in Electrical Engineering. The successful candidate will demonstrate excellence in teaching and an ability to instruct remotely in an online environment through a combination of asynchronous and synchronous delivery methods as assigned. Opportunities for in-person instruction in a classroom and laboratory environment is available as well.
Full-time assistant or associate professor opportunities may be available for candidates demonstrating outstanding instructional proficiency and a commitment to teaching excellence.
- Instruct students on electrical and electronics engineering topics to include: Introduction to Electricity, Digital Electronics, Semiconductors, Power Electronics, FPGA's, Embedded Systems, Robotics, Control Systems, MATLAB, Signals and Systems, DSP, Power Systems, Power Distribution, Power Protection, Electric Machines, Electromagnetic Field Theory, and other subjects within the discipline.
- Develop lesson plans, assessments and instructional materials appropriate to the learning objectives of the instructed courses.
- Employ effective teaching strategies that promote student engagement and motivation.
- Assess student work and provide regular and timely feedback as appropriate, including inspection of student lab work.
- Proctor exams and maintain/report grades for the classes taught.
- Regularly communicate with administrative staff as to student course progress and submit student grades as per school policy.
- Participate in meetings to discuss and evaluate curricular issues, and to ensure effective and collaborative decisions across departments.
- Master’s degree or higher in electrical engineering, electronics engineering or closely related fields.
- 5 or more years of professional experience.
- Teaching experience at an accredited college strongly preferred, but not required.
- Excellent presentation and public speaking skills.
- Experience teaching in a distance learning environment (i.e. online) strongly preferred, but not required.