- Doctoral Degree
- Master's Degree
One Half-Time non-tenure-track Lecturer II Position in Electrical and Computer
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the School of Engineering at the University of New Mexico invites applications to fill one non-tenure-track lecturer II position at to begin in Spring 2019.
All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply, including women, veterans, minorities and those from other underrepresented groups. Candidates should apply electronically at https://hr.unm.edu/unmjobs, requisition number req6477.
Please submit an application letter, statement of teaching, and a commitment to diversity statement, CV, and the contact information of three references. Applicants who are appointed to a UNM continuing faculty
position are required to provide official certification of successful completion of all degree requirements before their initial employment with UNM.
For full consideration, applications should be submitted before October 31st, 2018.
The University of New Mexico is a recipient of an ADVANCE Institutional Transformation grant from the NSF to promote and advance women and minority faculty in STEM fields, and SOE is partnering with the ADVANCE at UNM program to help recruit and retain an excellent and diverse faculty.
Albuquerque is a beautiful and historic city with terrific weather, rich cultural life, and lots of outdoor activities. Cradled in the Rio Grande Valley beneath the Sandia Mountains, Albuquerque is by far the largest city in the state, acting as the media, educational, and economic center of New
Mexico, as well as the home of the state's only major airport, making it a common entry point into New Mexico. For more information go to: https://advance.unm.edu/why-abq/
Minimum Qualifications: A Master Degree in EE, CompE, or closely related field by 12/1/2018.
a Ph.D. in Electrical or Computer Engineering or closely related field by December 1, 2018
a demonstrated high potential to be an effective teacher and mentor
A demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and student success, as well as working with broadly diverse communities.