All faculty positions have as their primary objective to create a dynamic teaching/learning environment for our students, while contributing service to the college. Faculty responsibilities include teaching assigned courses at all levels in the Engineering Technologies and Engineering Science programs, and following the course description and course outline established by the department. Teaching schedules may include day/evening courses and online/hybrid instruction and other instructional modalities. They include courses in Circuit Analysis, digital and microprocessor design, statics/dynamics, actuators, transducers and robotic systems (as well as other engineering/physics related courses). In accordance with the Faculty Association collective bargaining agreement (CBA), additional activities may include instructional development, academic advisement, support of college activities, service to other committees and professional development.
The ideal candidate possesses innovative thinking and has experience in teaching emerging technologies in the area of robotics. Experience interacting with industry partners is a plus. Prior college or university teaching experience preferred, as is evidence of scholarly and/or professional activities. Candidates who, by virtue of training and/or experience in diverse aspects of the engineering field especially with an emphasize in electrical/mechanical or automation systems is preferred. The ideal candidate will be able to bring leadership to broadening the mission and focus of the engineering programs, with goal of supporting the needs of industry in the Morris County region.
Demonstrated knowledge of discipline including current developments and technologies in related fields of specialization in both the electrical/mechanical engineering technologies. Knowledge of and commitment to the role and mission of a community college. Ability to adapt existing curriculum or develop new courses or new curriculum that can meet the needs of the community that the college serves. Ability to tutor in learning centers as appropriate. Ability to work with diverse groups of students. Strong verbal and written communication skills.
A Master’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution in an appropriate engineering discipline or physics discipline is required. A doctorate in an appropriate discipline or PE License is preferred.
Internal Number: F057P
About County College of Morris
The County College of Morris is known for its outstanding faculty and staff, the superior quality of its programs and services, and the success of its students. CCM enrolls more than 8,000 students in over 70 degree and certificate programs each year, and boasts one of the highest graduation rates in New Jersey. Our graduates transfer to top colleges and universities in New Jersey and the nation. The County College of Morris is located in Randolph New Jersey in the suburban northwest of the state. Strategically situated just 40 miles west of New York City on the I-80 corridor and 39 miles east of Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, this very special location offers easy access to the cultural center of NYC and also to outdoor recreational opportunities. From Morris County New Jersey it is a short drive to Philadelphia and just a few hours to Boston or Washington, D.C. Be prepared to be surprised by historic Morris County New Jersey!