Liberty University is seeking our second Mechanical Engineering Faculty member to solidify this growing program.
If you are looking for a ground floor opportunity to help build a new program contact David Donahoo at email@example.com.
This position teaches in the School of Engineering programs. Duties include teaching upper level mechanical engineering courses at 300 and 400 levels. Engineering topics include (but are not limited to) thermodynamics, fluid dynamics, machine component design, and materials engineering.
Duties also include maintaining curriculum, courses of study, and assessment work. Faculty will participate in the process of defining undergraduate engineering curriculum. In this capacity, faculty are expected to:
-Assist in curriculum review and development
-Develop laboratories to support engineering curriculum
-Create projects designed to enhance lectures
-Read and stay abreast of current topics in computer science and engineering,
-Develop syllabus and review textbooks for adoption
-Propose and develop new courses as determined appropriate by the faculty
-Actively participating and support SACS and ABET accreditation preparation
Applicants must demonstrate a personal faith commitment to the University's evangelical Christian purpose.
Candidates must hold a doctoral in mechanical engineering.
In addition, an exemplary record of scholarship, external research support, and teaching is expected for appointment to a faculty position. Successful candidates will be expected to conduct research, teach undergraduate classes, and contribute to the Department's service mission.
Master Degree candidates (working on PhD) will also be considered for this position.