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Instructor, Electronics/Electrical Engineering

Waukesha County Technical College

Pewaukee, Wisconsin 53072
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Job Details


$52,543.00 - $68,658.00 Annually


OPENING DATE: 03/03/17


CLOSING DATE: 03/23/17 11:59 PM



Reporting to the Associate Dean, Graphics and Engineering Technologies, the Instructor is responsible for providing instruction to students in accordance with the mission, goals, policies and procedures of the college. The Instructor shall create an active learning environment that places learning at the center of the educational experience and enables students to demonstrate course competencies.



Key responsibilities will include developing and evaluating curriculum, teaching program courses and industry workshops, and identifying equipment and supply needs. Flexibility in scheduling may be required with morning, evening, and weekend teaching. The instructor will cooperate with fellow instructors, work with four-year colleges and universities, and facilitate advanced standing agreements with area high schools. The instructor shall participate in professional growth activities and in local and state professional organizations, which are directly related to the respective job responsibilities, and in the best interest of WCTC. The instructor shall represent Waukesha County Technical College to all publics of the District and State agencies where appropriate.  Ability to plan, organize, and teach all of the following college level Engineering Technology courses: Electronic Fabrication, Microcontrollers, Electronic Data Communications, AC/DC Circuits and Electronic Devices and Circuits.



Knowledge, Skill and Ability Requirements:
1.  Ability to develop relationships with the business community, area high schools, colleges and universities, Program Advisory Board, and work in a multi-cultural environment.
2.  Ability to relate successfully with students, staff, faculty, and business people of diverse ethnic, cultural, social and education backgrounds.
3.  Must demonstrate sound ethical standards and be a motivated self-starter who strives for efficiency, productivity and continuous improvement.
4.  Must be able to communicate effectively with faculty, staff, students, and various public individuals and groups through oral and written correspondence.

Education and Experience Requirements:
1. Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology, Master's degree desirable, P.E. preferred.    
2. Twenty-four months (4,000 hours) of verifiable occupational experience as a fully qualified worker in the occupational area, of which 2,000 hours shall be within the previous five years.  One year (2,000 hours) of related occupation experience may be waived if the occupational instructor has at least two years of post-secondary teaching experience in the appropriate occupational field within the last five years.
3. Two years of teaching experience preferred.
4. Proficient with contemporary engineering software such as, Labview, Eagle, PSpice and Multisim. 
5. Experience with electrical production such as, soldering, board design, and electronic assembly.
6. Proficient in MS Office Suite.
7. Knowledgeable with embedded systems and microcontrollers.
8. Eligibility for WCTC Credentialing System. 



The Instructor, Electronics/Electrical Engineering supports the School of Applied Technologies and is available August 9, 2017.  WCTC is looking for two, full-time Instructors to start August 9, 2017.   
All applicants (internal and external) must attach the following to the completed online application for consideration, applications that do not have the required attachments will not be considered:
1. Cover Letter
2.  Resume
3.  College Transcripts (official or unofficial)

WCTC Credentialing:
The successful candidate will be responsible for completing requirements to obtain and maintain current credentialing from WCTC. 
Teaching assignments include variable hours, including days, evenings, and/or weekends.
Salary is listed to the midpoint of the range at the 2016-2017 rates (Bachelor's Degree level) and is based on experience and level of education. 
Bachelor's Degree:  $52,543 - $68,658
Master's Degree:  $57,044 - $76,746
Selected applicants will be invited to interview, date to be determined. Out of state candidates can choose to attend, or will have an option to use Skype.  All candidates who are invited to the second interview MUST be in person. Travel will be reimbursed up to $300.00 (for the second interview only). Candidates selected to move forward to the second interview will be required to provide a brief teaching demonstration.


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