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- Part-time, for placement on lecturer candidate pool, contingent on availability of funds and actual staffing requirements. Day, evening, or Saturday offerings, on- and off-campus.
- Under general supervision, to conduct courses in electrical engineering.
- Maintain office hours of at least one hour per week for each course taught.
- Prepare course outlines and reports related to teaching and student progress.
- Work under supervision of department chairperson in integrating teaching efforts with other instructors in the discipline area.
- Student and peer evaluations and self-assessment of teaching effectiveness are required.
- May include instructional assignments involving distance learning.
- Work with students on engineering projects as specified in various grants and additional projects as needed.
- Perform assessment of course learning outcomes.
- Consult and work collaboratively with Kaua'i CC faculty, administrators, staff, and engineering faculty at the other University of Hawaii campuses.
- Commitment to community college principles and philosophy is essential.
- The college strongly emphasizes the “open door” concept and serves a diverse student and community population.
- All degrees must be earned from an accredited institution. If qualified applicants are not available, those not meeting minimum qualifications may be considered on an exception basis.
- Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering.
- Ph.D. in any area of engineering.
- Five or more years of engineer experience in industry to higher education.
- Experience with programming languages in the C family.
- Knowledge of DC, AC, and digital circuits building, trouble shooting, and analysis.
- Proficient with engineering test and diagnostic equipment.
- Knowledge of sensors and applications.
- Successful community college teaching experience.
- Ability to use writing assignments and integrate teaching of appropriate thinking skills into course content as an integral part of students’ classroom learning activities.
- Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
- Kaua'i Community College
- 3-1901 Kaumuali'i Highway
- Lihu'e, HI 96766-9500
- Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs; 808-245-8229
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