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Faculty Position – Milwaukee School of Engineering


 Job Title: Building Electrical Systems Design Faculty
Type of Job: Faculty
Department: CAECM
 
Job Description:

 
The Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management (CAECM) Department invites applications for a full time faculty position.  The successful candidate will be offered either an instructor appointment or professorial rank depending on the terminal degree held.

The department is seeking an engineer with experience in building electrical systems design to lead the Building Electrical Power Systems (BEPS) technical specialty within MSOE’s ABET-accredited Architectural Engineering (AE) Bachelors of Science degree program.  The successful candidate must be able to teach undergraduate courses in both building power distribution and communications and lighting.  The position also requires an understanding of building and electrical codes.  In addition to teaching undergraduate courses in building electrical power distribution, building communications systems, and basic lighting, the faculty member is expected to help develop new courses in his or her discipline as required, perform academic advising duties, participate in academic learning outcomes assessment for courses taught, and to maintain sufficient scholarship in his or her area of technical expertise so as to remain current in the classroom.  Some additional department and institutional service requirements, such as committee work, is also expected on a limited basis.  Prior teaching at the university level is a plus, but is not required.

The qualified applicant will have the minimum of a master’s degree in Electrical or Architectural Engineering or a closely related field (a doctoral degree is preferred).  Professional Engineering licensure is strongly preferred. The successful applicant will have a minimum of 3 to 5 years of industrial experience in building electrical systems design.

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