Application Information: Position closes at 5:00 p.m. Monday, November 5, 2018
Applicants should send a letter of application addressing each of the required and preferred qualifications and describing experience related to the position responsibilities, a vita, transcripts (if copies are sent, official transcripts must be on file prior to the date of hire), a signed copy of the EAC application form, and a minimum of three written confidential letters of professional references, to:
Eastern Arizona College Human Resources
Engineering Associate Professor Position
615 N. Stadium Avenue
Thatcher, AZ 85552-0769
The submission of all required application materials for the screening committee’s review is the responsibility of the applicant.
Applicants must be prepared to interview at their own expense.
Teach two or three (minimum) of these lower-division engineering classes each semester: Introduction to Engineering, Statics, Dynamics, Thermodynamics, Mechanics of Materials, Plane Surveying, Electrical Circuits, or other university transferable engineering courses.
Instructional load completed by teaching two to three (maximum) of these lower-division undergraduate mathematics courses each semester: Applied Mathematics, Beginning Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra or Trigonometry.
Teach a minimum of 32 adjusted load hours per academic year; up to six adjusted load hours of overload may be required per semester.
Maintain a minimum accountability week of 35 hours on campus (including five posted office hours) for teaching, advising, helping students, class preparation, consultation with colleagues, recruiting of engineering students, university articulation tasks, and other related activities.
Update course outlines and pre- and post-tests and develop curriculum as needed.
Teach late afternoon, evening, weekend and summer classes as necessary.
Serve on institutional committees as assigned and serve as a faculty advisor to students.
Complete the Engineering Program Portfolio each year
Work with the University of Arizona, Arizona State University, and/or Northern Arizona University in development and execution of grants to improve curriculum, transfer opportunities, or other similar activities.
Perform other duties as assigned.
At least 18 graduate credit hours in an Engineering discipline
Ability to relate effectively to students from a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds, learning orientations, and levels of preparation
Willing and able to work outside a normal workweek to provide field trip and workshop learning opportunities to Engineering students
Willing and able to teach late afternoon, evening, weekend and summer classes as necessary
Teaching experience in Engineering
Post-secondary engineering teaching experience
Ability to communicate effectively
Experience with community outreach
Computer literate with experience using computers for supplemental and mediated instruction
Ability to work well within a departmental structure and with other faculty in the design and implementation of curriculum and assessment
A clear understanding of and commitment to the community college philosophy and goals
Additional Salary Information: Per nine-month academic year.
Internal Number: Engineering2019
About Eastern Arizona College
Eastern Arizona College’s District Offices are located in Thatcher, Arizona, a beautiful rural area with easy access to arid as well as mountainous recreation. The College is located approximately 125 miles northeast of Tucson and 165 miles southeast of Phoenix. EAC is a comprehensive community college offering five associate degrees across nearly 50 programs of study. Eastern Arizona College is the oldest member of the Arizona Community College system and is fully accredited by The Higher Learning Commission.