The Engineering Academic & Student Affairs office, College of Engineering at Texas A&M University invites applications for up to four non-tenure track faculty positions with both full and part time potential at the assistant lecturer, lecturer, senior lecturer, instructional assistant professor, instructional associate professor, instructional professor, associate professor of practice, and professor of practice levels with teaching expertise in engineering. These positions would all be serving 9-month appointments with an anticipated start date of January 1, 2020 or August 1, 2020. Successful applicants will teach primarily at the undergraduate level and provide extensive support for Texas A&M Engineering including developing and implementing improvements to instructional techniques. Applicants will be responsible for the organization, delivery, evaluation and assessment of the engineering courses and student outcomes associated with those courses at the Texas A&M Higher Education Center at McAllen in McAllen, Texas. Successful applicants must have demonstrated credentials to teach at least one of the engineering courses including, but may not be limited to: introductory engineering design; electrical engineering; industrial systems engineering; mechanical engineering; materials science engineering; engineering laboratories; senior capstone design courses. Successful applicants will serve as a liaison between College Station and McAllen engineering faculty/staff and advise and mentor undergraduate students and student organizations. Strong written and verbal communication skills are required. Applicants should consult the Engineering at McAllen’s website to review the program (https://engineering.tamu.edu/admissions-and-aid/engineering-at-mcallen/index.html).
The Texas A&M McAllen Higher Education Center is a remote learning environment of Texas A&M University located in McAllen, Texas. There are several Texas A&M programs offered at the McAllen Higher Education Center, including two degree programs for engineering: Interdisciplinary Engineering and Multidisciplinary Engineering Technology. Students who choose to study engineering at the McAllen Higher Education Center are Texas A&M Engineering students. They will spend at least their first year in McAllen as general engineering students. After their first year, they may wish to stay at the McAllen Higher Education Center to earn a B.S. in either Interdisciplinary Engineering or Multidisciplinary Engineering Technology, or they may choose to apply to one of the 22 engineering majors offered in College Station. These talented students will be enrolled in Texas A&M engineering courses, taught by Texas A&M faculty, earning a Texas A&M degree, all while being able to stay in the Rio Grande Valley.