The selected candidate will be expected to be an excellent instructor and to teach several undergraduate and graduate courses from some of the following areas: cast metals-foundry and heat treatment, material science & metallurgy, manufacturing processes, material removal, fabrication and assembly, CAD, CAM, quality assurance, and lean systems. The candidate will provide career counseling and academic advising to Engineering Technology and Technology Management majors. The candidate will manage a continuous student recruitment initiative, and will manage the existing cast metals internship program. The candidate will participate with other faculty in student learning outcomes assessment and on-going program accreditation efforts. The candidate is also expected to secure external funding, and to conduct and publish research relevant to cast metals technology, and related areas of manufacturing, appropriate for an emerging research institution. Engagement in service activities is also expected. Other requirements include sponsorship of the student chapter of the American Foundry Society (AFS), and serving as the Foundry Educational Foundation (FEF) Key professor. A prominent feature of the selected candidate’s responsibilities will be travel with students to the FEF College Industry Conference and to Cast Expo annually. Additional travel of a more regional nature will be expected in support of student engagement with the Texas Chapter of AFS. Outreach to the foundry, steel making, and related manufacturing industries is also expected.
The selected candidate will be required to provide official transcripts from all degree-granting universities.
Proposed Start Date: Fall 2019