Posted by Tish on 09/23 at 01:24 PM
May 1, 2015
Part-time Faculty Positions
Whiting School of Engineering—Engineering for Professionals Division
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Johns Hopkins University
Open until filled
Position Start Date
Industrial & Systems Engineering
Ecological and Environmental
Electrical and/or Electronics
Bioengineering (all Bio-related fields)
Engineering - Other
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Online and on-site, Part-Time Graduate Programs
Engineering for Professionals
Be part of one of the largest part-time engineering programs for working professionals and join over 500 of the nation’s most accomplished engineers, scientists and researchers.
The Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals programs offer master’s degrees in 19 disciplines and provide a growing number of online courses, in addition to on-site evening and weekend classes.
Our curriculum combines the traditional rigors of all Johns Hopkins programs with practical applications in the fields of engineering and applied sciences. Faculty and students work together, inside and outside of the classroom, on the latest advances in each field.
Expand your skills and experience as an engineer/applied scientist and faculty member, network with students and colleagues in your field and be part of a forward thinking, innovative academic community.
The Engineering for Professionals program is seeking experienced professionals in the following disciplines.
Applied and Computational Mathematics
Applied Biomedical Engineering
Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Sustainability
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Environmental Engineering and Science
Environmental Planning and Management
Information Systems Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering
Space Systems Engineering
Successful candidates will hold Ph.D.s (preferred), but applicants with master’s degrees are also welcome to apply. A minimum of 5 – 10 years of work experience in engineering or related fields are expected. Previous teaching experience is preferred, but we will consider motivated individuals who lack experience. Experience with online learning/distance education a plus. Instructor appointments are on a course-by-course basis.
Interested candidates are encouraged to complete the online application form. Please include a CV/resume, statement of interest that includes areas of expertise and a list of three references. If you have prior student evaluation(s) from a course(s) you have taught, please include those, as well.
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