The Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department at Portland State University seeks outstanding candidates for an Assistant Professor of Practice, a non-tenure track faculty position, in one of the following areas: Digital Integrated Circuit Design; Microprocessor Design, and Computer Architecture; ASIC & IC Design and Test; or Design Verification & Validation.
The position requires teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in a broad range of ECE topics. This 1.0 FTE 9-month teaching appointment will typically be responsible for teaching two 4-credit courses each quarter, fall, winter and spring. Additional responsibilities include service to the department, college and university, and supervision of one or two capstone teams. This position is focused on instructional responsibilities, but may include supporting scholarly activities and service to the community and profession.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering serves a diverse population of students including military veterans, community college transfers, students with prior work experience, and international students from around the world. The Department offers ABET-accredited B.S. degree programs in electrical engineering and computer engineering, as well as M.S. and Ph.D. programs. The Department has 26 faculty members, including three IEEE Fellows and ASA and ACM Fellows, with a focus on excellence in teaching. The department is guided by its strategic vision and has implemented a mentoring plan to support new faculty and promote growth and collaboration among colleagues.
- Master of Science Degree in ECE or a related discipline.
- Availability to teach in both downtown Portland and Hillsboro during days and evenings.
Job duties and responsibilities: teach two 4-credit ECE courses per term in the academic year in courses. Additional responsibilities include service to the department, college, or university, and supervision of up to 2 capstone teams per year.