Louisiana Tech University Logo

Louisiana Tech University

Division of
Finance

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Louisiana Tech University adheres to the equal opportunity provisions of federal and civil rights laws, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status or disability.

The Title IX Coordinator is Carrie Flournoy, President's Office, Wyly Tower 1620; phone: (318) 257-3785; e-mail flournoy@latech.edu.

The 504 Coordinator is Annie Jantz, Coordinator of Special Programs and Assistant to the VP of Student Advancement, Keeny Hall 305; phone: (318) 257-2445; e-mail ajantz@latech.edu.

Successful applicants must be eligible to work in the United States. Individuals with disabilities needing special accommodations concerning accessibility or application materials/procedures should contact the Human Resources Office for assistance. Telephone (318) 257-2235.

FACULTY POSITIONS IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
AND
INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY


Applications are invited for Instructor positions in the Electrical Engineering Technology program within the College of Engineering and Science (COES). Faculty in the COES are currently shifting the focus of the Electrical Engineering Technology program into the area of Instrumentation and Controls Engineering Technology. The successful candidates will be expected to help shape the specifics of this program by contributing to the development of relevant student projects, hands-on lab experiences and application-focused curricula. To build a diverse workforce the College encourages applications from individuals with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women.

The ideal candidate will have earned a minimum of a master’s degree in Engineering, Engineering Technology or a related field, and have several years of industrial experience using PLCs. Candidates must have at least a master’s degree with 18 earned graduate semester hours in closely related disciplines and 2 years of professional experience. Demonstration of potential for outstanding teaching ability, written and oral communication skills, as well as a commitment to demanding high quality student work are expected. Candidates should also demonstrate: the ability to work collegially as well as independently; excellent leadership and organizational skills; and a willingness to keep abreast of developments in engineering technology. Specific areas of expertise sought are PLC/DCS programming and practical interfacing with various industrial measurement instruments, actuators and networks. Fundamental understanding of thermal, fluid, and mechanical systems will be seen as significant assets toward effective instruction in the instrumentation and control of such systems.

To apply, send (1) a cover letter, (2) a detailed curriculum vitae, (3) a teaching statement, and (4) full contact information for at least four references, in a single PDF file electronically to eletlecturersearch@latech.edu with the subject line "ELET Instructor Application: <Applicant’s Last Name, Applicant’s First Name>". Review of applications and nominations will begin on February 6, 2017, and will continue until suitable candidates are identified. Letters of inquiry can be submitted to Dr. Michael Swanbom, PE, Program Chair of Electrical Engineering Technology at mswanbom@latech.edu.

Louisiana Tech University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and underrepresented minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.


 


 

UL SYSTEM POLICIES REGARDING THE PROHIBITION OF HARASSMENT, DISCRIMINATION AND RETALIATION AGAINST INDIVIDUALS BASED UPON ANY PROTECTED STATUS, INCLUDING THEIR RETIREMENT STATUS OR AGE. POLICIES REGARDING RETALIATION HAVE UNDERGONE MANY REVISIONS. ALL EFFORTS HAVE BEEN MADE TO REMOVE ALL DOCUMENTS FROM THE LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY WEBSITE THAT CONTAIN INFORMATION THAT IS MISLEADING OR IN CONFLICT WITH ITS POLICIES REGARDING HARASSMENT, DISCRIMINATION, AND RETALIATION. THIS INCLUDES A REMOVAL OF ALL REFERENCES TO SUBJECTING INDIVIDUALS TO ADVERSE ACTIONS FOR FALSE COMPLAINTS OF HARASSMENT, DISCRIMINATION, OR RETALIATION WHICH MAY HAVE AN UNDULY CHILLING EFFECT ON AN INDIVIDUAL WHO HAS BEEN SUBJECTED TO SUCH ACTION.  Click here if you believe that you have identified information on the Louisiana Tech University website that is out of compliance with UL SYSTEM policies.


OmniUpdate