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Lecturer Part-Time Temporary (Industrial and Systems Engineering)


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School / Campus / College: College of Engineering

Organization: Industrial & Systems Engineering

Title: Lecturer Part-Time Temporary (Industrial and Systems Engineering)


Position Details


Position Description

The Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISE) at the University of Washington seeks dynamic educators who can teach courses for the Master of Industrial & Systems Engineering (MISE), a part-time non-thesis degree program (https://ise.washington.edu/students/MISE/courses).

The primary duties of a Lecturer Part-Time–Temporary are instructional. Specific, for this position, the successful applicant will be expected to teach one or more classes in this program, depending on departmental needs. The list of courses can be reviewed at: https://ise.washington.edu/students/MISE/courses .

Appointment service dates align with the annual academic calendar. Summer: June 16-August 15; Autumn: September 16-December 15; Winter: December 16-March 15; and Spring: March 16-June 15. The appointments are renewable on a quarterly or annual basis, depending upon instructional needs, funding availability, part time/short term faculty reappointment guidelines, and College approval. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

The Industrial & Systems Engineering Department teaches and conducts interdisciplinary research in the areas of manufacturing systems, automation and robotics, operations research, simulation, quality and reliability, human factors and virtual environments, and health systems.  The department includes 14 faculty, 130 undergraduates, and 90 graduate students. More information is available at: https://ise.washington.edu .

Qualifications

We seek someone with experience and demonstrated excellence in teaching a wide range of systems engineering courses. Applicants must have at least an M.S. degree, or foreign equivalent in engineering or a related STEM-field by the start of the appointment.

Instructions

Please apply within Interfolio:

Application should include:

  • A current curriculum vita (CV), which includes a list of all university-level courses taught.
  • A letter of interest that addresses the applicant's qualifications for the position.
  • Representative syllabi for relevant courses that the applicant has previously taught.
  • Contact information for two persons who can write a letter of reference. Do not send reference letters until specifically requested.

 

Review of applications begins immediately, and priority will be given to applications received by August 30, 2022.  The process remains open until the position is filled.

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gender identity or expression, age, disability, or protected veteran status.

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