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Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering Technology

Tenure track position at the rank of assistant professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering Technology starting in the Fall (late August) academic semester, 2012.  Preferred area of teaching emphasis includes: Communications and wireless technologies, and signal processing and electronics. Expertise in the following areas is a plus: software development/computer programming, control systems, industrial controls and power electronics, and antenna/electromagnetic waves, and digital systems. The department offers a B.S. in Electrical Engineering Technology and a B.S. in Computer Engineering Technology.

The mission of the College emphasizes undergraduate instruction.  The primary responsibility of the successful candidate will be to teach at full time (12 credit hours of lecture and laboratory per term.)  Additional responsibilities include: scholarship/professional development, course and laboratory development, supervision of student projects, student advising, and service at divisional and university level.  A doctoral degree (Ph.D.) in Electrical Engineering or a closely related discipline and a minimum of three years of recent relevant industrial experience are required, as are excellent communications skills. Professional Registration (PE) and teaching experience are a plus.  We seek applicants with a positive attitude who are committed to undergraduate teaching and professional growth.

  Hardcopy (no email applications) application packages should be sent to:
 Ms.B. Newfield, Department Secretary
 Electrical Engineering Technology Search Committee
 225 Engineering and Science Building
 University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown
 Johnstown, PA 15904

For additional information contact the search committee chair:
 Dr. Maddu Karunaratne
maddu@pitt.edu

Application Package

In order to be considered, an application package must include all of the following:
1. A descriptive cover letter introducing yourself, and your carrier plans/goals in detail
2. A detailed resume or curriculum vitae
3. All the graduate level and undergraduate level unofficial transcripts (for initial screening)
4. The names of three references with address, telephone number, and E-mail.
(Incomplete packages will not be evaluated; Email applications will not be accepted)

Review of applications will begin February 21, 2012.

The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and Minority group members are invited and encouraged to apply.