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Part-time Lecturer

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Posting Details

Position Information

Position Title Part-time Lecturer
Requisition Number PTFR000077
Division/College College of Engineering
Interdisciplinary Division/College Not Applicable
Location Boston Main Campus
Full-Time/Part-Time Part Time
Benefits Eligible No
Posting Date 10/10/2017
Responsibilities

Teach selected graduate courses in the Multidisciplinary Masters Degree programs. See website for details of programs: http://www.coe.neu.edu/graduate-school/multidisciplinary. Responsibilities include preparation of lectures, course materials, examinations, and evaluation of student performance in the course.

The Multidisciplinary Masters Degree suite of degree programs include:

MS in Computer Systems Engineering takes a socio‐technical, engineering approach to software. This engineering foundation enables students to embrace real‐world complexity as a golden opportunity, especially for the more technically advanced student. Faculty teach students to take advantage of new market dynamics triggered by the rising demand for practical solutions, for real people in their everyday lives, at the level of policy as well as process. Core courses include enterprise software design and software engineering.

MS in Energy Systems program curriculum is rooted in energy technology, renewable such as solar wind and conservation, grid connection, and includes exposure to the interface with business and financial decision processes. Courses focus on engineering knowledge to prepare students to effectively integrate energy system development over a broad spectrum of technologies with the financial requirements to successfully implement them and to compete in the global energy market.

MS in Engineering Management focuses on the quantitative and analytical skills and tools students need to take a leadership position in engineering management and to take on complex business challenges with innovative, practical, effective solutions. Core courses include project management, decision-making mathematics with electives across disciplines.

MS in Information Systems focuses on the intersection of cutting-edge technology and business complexity with an emphasis on the art and science of designing intricate software applications especially in the areas of healthcare, security and privacy, auditing and compliance, business improvement and intelligence, as well as financial accountability. Courses include application engineering and development, engineering big-data systems, and engineering secure software systems.

MS in Sustainable Building Systems integrates elements of an architectural engineering program with construction management while embracing the concepts of engineering sustainability as related to energy and materials usage and the effect on the environment. This program focuses on the design and operation of buildings to provide a comfortable, healthy, and productive environment and landscape with minimal energy and environmental impact. Core courses include sustainable design and technologies in construction, sustainable engineering systems for buildings, and information systems for integrated project delivery.

MS in Telecommunication Systems Management is a program designed for professionals currently in the telecommunications field who either wish to enhance their technical skills and credentials or who wish to make a transition to the business side of telecommunications. Graduate courses include state-of-the-art courses in IP networking (i.e., protocols, routing, switching), network security, telecommunication architectures, mobile networks, broadband wireless technologies, operations support systems, etc.

Qualifications

M.S. or Ph.D. in relevant engineering discipline is required; some professional and/or teaching experience preferred. Must have strong, effective verbal skills to communicate well with students.

Additional Information

Documents Needed to Apply

Required Documents
  1. Resume
Optional Documents
  1. Cover Letter

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