Adjunct Faculty Credit - Electronics/ELT

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Work type: Part time
Location: Harper College Main Campus (Palatine)
Categories: Adjunct Faculty
Salary: Per Adjunct faculty pay scale
Division: Provost
Department: Career & Technical Programs

Starting Pay Rate:  Per Adjunct Faculty Pay Scale

Schedule Information:  Days/evenings depending upon course schedule

***This posting will be used to obtain a pool of qualified candidates for the above subjects. As teaching needs arise, these applications will be reviewed for possible interviews***

The number of adjunct instructors hired varies from semester to semester, depending upon the needs of the department. Your application can remain "Under Review by Committee" for 18 months. You may check your status at any time by logging into jobs.harpercollege.edu with your username and password. 

Job Description:  To teach ELT 135 (Optics and Sensors) and ELT 215 (Industrial Control Systems) via remote on-line lectures and blended on-campus laboratory projects.

Education Requirements:  BS in Electrical Engineering or BS in Electronics Engineering Technology.

Experience Requirements: At least five (5) years verifiable employment in industrial electronics, primarily with electrical and electro-mechanical hardware.  At least three (3) years community college teaching experience and experience teaching online/remotely.

Required Documents:  ***A resume and cover letter are required to complete the application process***

* Official transcripts required upon hire 

* Employment is contingent upon Criminal Background Check.

* Employment sponsorship is not available.

Applicable Benefits: We offer a competitive, semester by semester adjunct pay, with Harper tuition waivers, sick/personal business leave, and a comprehensive Adjunct Faculty Professional Development Program.

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