Open Rank in Electrical Engineering

Pennsylvania State University

United States

Open Rank in Electrical Engineering

Penn State University

Campus/Location:Penn State Berks

Campus City:Reading, PA

Date Announced:10/30/2019

Date Closing:open until filled

Job Number:91724


Work Unit:Penn State Berks

Department:Academic Affairs - EBC

Penn State Berks (Reading, PA) invites applications for an open rank, full time, multi-year Fixed Term (non-tenure line) position in Electrical Engineering, beginning August 2020. Penn State Berks, a college of the Pennsylvania State University, offers the collegiality of a small college with the strength of a well-respected research university. The campus strongly supports collaboration among faculty in the Division and the campus. Penn State University is committed to equal opportunity and to workforce diversity. For more information visit our website at Responsibilities: We are seeking an enthusiastic and dynamic person with a background and ability to teach electrical discipline courses in the Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology and Mechanical Engineering baccalaureate programs. Candidates should demonstrate the following abilities: to innovate and adopt various teaching methods in the classroom; develop and teach suitable labs; to use and integrate software for in-class instruction, homework and projects; and to involve and guide undergraduate students in applied projects. Possible course topics include: DC and AC circuits, PLCs, digital circuits, microprocessors and microcontrollers, motors and generators, 3-phase power, computers and networking, device interfacing, digital signal processing, automated control systems, and software programming. Additional responsibilities include student advising and service to the college and the profession. This position carries a teaching load of twelve contact hours per semester. Qualifications: Minimum of a master`s degree in electrical engineering or closely related discipline and three years of engineering experience in industry are required. Ph.D., professional licensure, and college-level teaching experience are preferred. Schedule: Applications will be accepted until this position is filled. For full consideration please submit applications before January 1, 2020. Employment start date is fall semester of August 2020. Inquiries: Email Dr. Marietta Scanlon, Search Chair, at with questions regarding the position. Email Lisa Dietrich at with questions regarding the application process. In all emails, please write “Electrical Engineering Faculty” in the subject line. Application materials should include: Letter of application. Resume or curriculum vitae. Statement of teaching philosophy. Evidence of the ability to work in the U.S. without restrictions; Names, addresses (including email), and phone numbers of three professional references. How to apply: All application materials must be submitted via our website:


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