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Department: Systems and Industrial Engr (2302)
Location: Main Campus
Position SummaryThe Department of Systems and Industrial Engineering (SIE) at The University of Arizona is seeking a non-tenure track lecturer to teach SIE 496/596, “Special Topic in SIE: System Design and Test for Extreme Environments”, during Summer Session. This is a short term, Temporary position for Summer Session only.
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Duties & ResponsibilitiesTeach (SIE 496/596) Conduct and grade exams. Hold office hours.
- PhD in area of instruction, or a related field; OR
- MS or equivalent in Industrial Engineering Operations Research, or a related field; OR a Bachelor’s Degree in related field and at least 18 units of graduate credit in the discipline of instruction or a Bachelor’s Degree in the discipline of instruction and a minimum of 3 years of experience working in Industrial Engineering or a related field.
- One or more years in teaching or teaching assistance, including excellent oral and written communication skills.
Preferred QualificationsPrevious teaching experience at college-level preferred.
Tenure Information: Adjunct (NTE)
Number of Hours Worked per Week: 10
Benefits Eligible: No
Posted Rate of Pay: DOE
Job Category: Faculty
Type of criminal background check required: Name-based criminal background check (non-security sensitive)
Posting Number: F21855
Desired Start Date: 05/13/2019
Position End Date (if temporary): 08/07/2019
Contact Information for CandidatesDr. Young-Jun Son [email protected]
Close Date: 04/22/2019
Open Until Filled: No
How to apply
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