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The Electrical Automation and Robotics Technology Department at Utah Valley University invites applications for a Lecturer position beginning in July 2016. Compensation is based on education and industrial experience. Position is responsible for teaching courses in the Electrical Automation and Robotics Technology program. The program offers an A.S. and/or A.A.S. degrees.
Graduation from a regionally accredited institution with an appropriate degree in a related field to the coursework being taught. Knowledge and skill in current instructional theories, strategies, techniques, and discipline content. See preferred qualifications for discipline or program-specific minimum qualifications.
Graduation from an accredited college with a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Automation & Robotics Technology or closely related field plus 3 years experience, OR AAS degree in the subject matter or closely related field and 5-10 years of experience in robotics, automation, manufacturing, or industrial maintenance fields.
Knowledge and experience integrating DC, and AC 3phase/1phase motors in automated systems.
Knowledge of electronics, industrial wiring, motors and drives, ladder logic, and digital logic circuits.
Advanced knowledge of AC/DC theory, electrical math, and digital logic.
Skills in verbal and written communication.
Skills in time management and organization.
Experience using PLC’s and electrical starters to control industrial AC/DC motors and systems.
Skills in designing, building, and troubleshooting industrial electronic circuits.
Skills in designing and building new automation labs.
Skills in managing a large group of students, keep them on task, and critique performance levels.
Ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks.
Ability to work effectively with faculty, staff, students, agency administrators, and community practitioners from diverse ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds.
Ability to demonstrate sound judgment and initiative in solving problems.
Ability to work independently.
Ability to problem-solve.
Ability to interpret the university’s core values (serious, inclusive, engaged) as they apply to student internships.
Ability to communicate clearly in English, both verbally and writing.
Please list a minimum of three contacts. References may be contacted at some point during the screening and selection process.
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