Department of Technology
Industrial and Logistics Technology
School of Science, Engineering, and Technology
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Teaching and supporting the development of Industrial and Logistics technology program, as well as, interfacing with other academic programs. Developing support for Industrial and Logistics technology program from local industry and professional groups will be expected. Responsibilities will also include developing course curriculum; recruiting and advising students; serving on departmental, school, and university committees; teaching both lower and upper division undergraduate courses in Industrial and Logistics technology and general engineering; research experience in robotics; remote controlled vehicles and other duties as assigned by the department chairperson. Candidates are also expected to conduct related research and develop proposals.
Candidates must have strong commitment to undergraduate education along with a demonstrated ability to pursue scholarly activities. Applicant must have a Ph.D. in Logistics Technology or Supply Chain Management with software technology specialization, Industrial Engineering, Computer Science with logistics industry experience, Operations Research with software and logistics co-requisite experience. Teaching experience of at least two years in Logistics, systems design, ERP software engineering courses is required. Specialization in remote vehicle research, system identification and prediction, control systems application, automation, and expertise in applying computational tools to materials processing along with experience in practical laboratory application is required. Ability to attract research funding and verifiable research accomplishments through refereed publications; and full time teaching experience of at least two years at the college/university level is preferred. The successful candidate will have demonstrated ability to support the ABET continuous improvement process and work with persons from culturally diverse backgrounds. Excellent oral and written communications skills in English are required.
HOW TO APPLY
Your name and the position number (FO080) must be clearly identifiable on each item submitted. Official transcripts and three (3) letters of reference will be required prior to employment. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Screening of applications will commence immediately. The selected candidate must pass a criminal background check, including fingerprinting, and must complete a Statement of Economic Interest as a condition of employment, if applicable.