* Master's degree with eighteen graduate semester hours in engineering.
* Commitment to community college mission.
* Demonstrated excellence in oral and written communication, including effective communication in teaching/learning situations.
* Commitment to and ability to implement instructional strategies that foster student retention and student success.
* Demonstrated commitment to innovative teaching approaches.
* Commitment to develop and teach online courses.
* Demonstrated ability to promote and maintain effective and courteous working relationships with college faculty, administrators, and staff.
* Fairness and flexibility in understanding and working with a wide variety of students.
* Demonstrated ability to organize and prioritize work.
* Demonstrated skills and/or knowledge to use technology as a teaching-learning tool.
* Demonstrated skills and/or knowledge of assessment of student learning.
* Three years (minimum) related industrial work and/or teaching experience.
* Previous record of teaching excellence in a community college environment.
Finalists will be required to present a sample teaching lesson.
* Teach engineering courses, including calculus-based engineering fundamental courses.
* Provide oversight of the AA&S Engineering Degree, including assisting in securing qualified adjunct faculty and coordinating program offerings with four-year partners.
* Write and revise course plans.
* Develop courses, including online courses.
* Assist in the selection and creation of instructional materials.
* Recommend curricular changes to upgrade and integrate students' learning.
* Develop and implement student retention and success initiatives.
* Assume advising responsibilities.
* Assist the division with administrative and/or committee work.
* Participate in division and college discussions, meetings, and initiatives.
* Complete other duties as assigned.
Location/Region: Dublin, VA