University of Wisconsin – River Falls College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences Department of Agricultural Engineering Technology Associate Lecturer
The University of Wisconsin – River Falls invites applications for an Associate Lecturer position in Agricultural Engineering. The successful candidate will demonstrate strong interests and ability to teach undergraduate courses with specializations in agricultural systems, environmental systems, food/process engineering, mechanical design, machinery, and/or engineering programming. Teach one or more courses and laboratories in agricultural engineering, such as introduction to engineering, off-road vehicle engineering, instrumentation and controls, programming (VBA, MATLAB, LabVIEW, and Simulink), computer-aided drafting and design (AutoDesk and/or CREO), internal combustion engines, agricultural machinery management. The candidate may also be called upon to mentor undergraduate research projects. Based upon department needs, other courses may also be assigned depending upon candidates’ area(s) of specialization.
Candidates with expertise in one or more of these areas are particularly encouraged to apply immediately for the Fall 2019 semester. Experience in teaching at the college level is preferred. This position is especially suitable for those seeking professional growth and experience at a primarily undergraduate institution.
Application is through the university’s instructional academic staff- continuous recruitment site for the Agricultural Engineering Technology Department at https://jobs.uwrf.edu/postings/5135 Application period is continuous, and review of applications will begin upon receipt. Applications are due July 1, 2019. Appointment date is August 26, 2019. More information about the college and department can be found at: http://www.uwrf.edu/CAFES/
The University of Wisconsin – River Falls is part of the Minneapolis-St. Paul statistical area Women/Minorities/Disability/Vet AA/EEO.
About University of Wisconsin - River Falls
The University of Wisconsin-River Falls, a member of the University of Wisconsin System, is located 30 miles from the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul in scenic west central Wisconsin. Year-round art, cultural and recreational events are easily accessible. UWRF’s 6500 undergraduate and graduate students pursue degrees in four colleges: Arts and Sciences; Education and Professional Studies; Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences; and Business and Economics. The University provides an excellent environment for learning, emphasizing the importance of faculty-student interaction in classrooms, laboratories, academic advising, and co-curricular activities. A favorable student-faculty ratio affords opportunity for meaningful interchange between faculty and students. Strong interests in teaching and research as well as professional and community service are highly valued.
More information about UWRF can be found at: http://www.uwrf.edu. More information about the Department of Agricultural Engineering can be found at: http://www.uwrf.edu/ag-engineering/