A professor in the ESN network who works for John Brown University shared the following job announcement. ESN shares job announcements from time to time as a public service to academics and college and universities.
John Brown University seeks a faculty member in Electrical/Computer Engineering to begin July 1, 2018. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, teaching courses in engineering areas such as electrical circuits, digital electronics, digital signal processing, communication theory, control systems, and engineering design. Specific courses will be determined to match individual backgrounds and divisional needs. Other responsibilities include advising students, supervision of senior design projects, writing of grant proposals and serving on University committees.
The Department of Engineering offers an ABET accredited engineering program with electrical/computer, mechanical and renewable energy concentrations. The Engineering Department strives to educate students in the application of science and technology to the service of God and humanity with the goal of producing graduates who can begin effective engineering practice in industry, graduate school, or the mission field. The Department of Engineering is housed within the Division of Engineering and Construction Management. The Division offers Bachelor of Science degrees in engineering as well as construction management. Engineering is a growing major located within a modern facility.
Doctorate in Electrical/Computer Engineering preferred. Masters required. A strong background in signal processing and digital hardware is preferred. Effective teaching experience, evidence of scholarly potential and a passion for teaching and spiritual formation within the evangelical tradition is essential. Candidates should be willing to contribute to university life in areas such as academic advising, recruiting for the major, and committee service. The candidate should also be able to clearly articulate the integration of the Christian faith and engineering.
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