The University of Washington's William E. Boeing Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics (A&A) invites applications for one full-time or two part-time positions for Lecturer or Senior Lecturer (50%-100% FTE).
The expected teaching responsibility portfolio for the Lecturer/Senior Lecturer position is variable based upon assigned combination of lecture courses, laboratory courses, service and curriculum management. Opportunities exist for coordinating and delivering project-based learning curricula. A&A offers a highly collaborative culture, with a range of teaching and curriculum-development opportunities in undergraduate and master's level courses.
Lecturers and Senior Lecturers will be hired on multi-year appointments with a 9-month service period (September 16 through June 15) that may allow for additional opportunities to teach during the summer. While the UW does not offer a path for tenure for lecturer positions, the position can be renewed, and promotion and advancement are possible. The anticipated start date is December 16, 2019. The rank of appointment, initial appointment duration, and compensation will be commensurate with the applicant's qualifications.
UW faculty engage in teaching, research, and service. While lecturers at UW are primarily evaluated with regard to their teaching and service, the successful candidate will be encouraged to participate in the wide-range of research activities in the department and collaboratively across the College of Engineering and the three UW campuses.
The successful candidate will join a vibrant faculty conducting multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary ground-breaking research, instruction, and collaboration in controls and autonomous systems, fluids, plasma science and space systems, and materials and structures. (For more information on our research and labs, please visit https://www.aa.washington.edu/research/areas.) We also routinely engage in research projects with affiliates from the region's noted high-tech industry. In addition, the successful candidate will be expected to:
engage in project-based, multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary teaching,
teach and mentor students, and
implement a thoughtful strategy for teaching and service that supports our commitment to diversity and inclusion.
A&A is committed to being a model of diversity in the UW College of Engineering. We are actively engaged in broadening our offerings to better serve all demographics of learners and the spectrum of societal and industry needs.
The positions require a PhD or foreign equivalent in Aerospace or Mechanical Engineering or a related field. In addition, candidates must have:
demonstrated excellence in teaching,
specific experience in design (practical and/or teaching experience), and
extensive industry/professional experience.
We will prioritize candidates who can engage partners and collaborators to teach across the range of aerospace subject areas and, in particular, with project-based, multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary learning.
UW is using Interfolio's Faculty Search to conduct this search. Applicants to this position receive a free Dossier account and can send all application materials, including confidential letters of recommendation, free of charge.
Please provide pdf files for the following requested materials:
Cover letter indicating interest and fit with the position.
A current curriculum vitae.
Complete contact information for three references.
A statement of teaching interests and/or philosophy (2 pages max).
A statement of diversity/equity/inclusion (2 pages max) reflecting how your approach to teaching and/or service contributes to positive social change and supports people who represent differences in gender, class, race, ethnicity, religious affiliation, national and cultural boundaries, national origin, worldview, intellectual origin, ability, and other identities. We invite you to reflect and describe your related experiences in teaching and service and also where you stand to grow with regard to issues of diversity, inclusion, equity, and justice, and your potential to mentor and educate students.
A teaching portfolio that illustrates teaching capability to include, but not limited to, sample syllabi, sample assignments, example in-class activities, sample grading rubrics.
A set of teaching or course evaluations that provide both quantitative and qualitative evidence of teaching.
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