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FY21-07 Professional Maritime Engineering Faculty

Category :
Engineer  / Naval Architect
Salary
$70,000 - $80,000
EmploymentType
Full Time
Experience
Engineer
Skills

Qualifications and Requirements: 

  • Hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering; Masters Preferred
  • Hold a Third Assistant Engineering license with current Standard of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW) qualifications; Upper level licenses preferred.
  • Have at least three years of full time experience in teaching at an accredited institution of higher

learning, or have three years of service in a professional maritime field time (or a combination thereof)

  • Possess an understanding of teaching and advising processes and the application of teaching and advising in the university setting
  • Exhibit excellent oral and written communications skills
  • Have proficient computer skills
  • Understand the unique mission of the university as a maritime academy
Description

    Full-time, Tenure Track Professional Maritime Engineering Faculty

 

Posting:                           May 2021      

Start date:                       September 1, 2021

Position Number:            FY21-07

Division:                          Academic; Engineering Department

Union Affiliation:            Massachusetts State College Association (MSCA)

Supervision Received:     Reports to the Chair of the Engineering Department and to the                        

                                           Dean of Undergraduate Studies Academic Affairs

Supervision exercised:    Subordinate professional, classified, and student personnel in areas of responsibility

 

General Responsibilities:

Instruct college-level courses in Marine Engineering.  Preferred specializations include one or more of the following: Instrumentation and Controls, Refrigeration/HVAC, Electrical Engineering, Shipboard Engineering Systems (including Steam) and/or Auxiliary Systems.  The successful candidate will teach cadets in a variety of courses dependent on specialty area, but could include: Operational Controls, Refrigeration, Steam Generators, Electrical Systems, and/or Auxiliary Machinery.  This fulltime faculty member will also advise, mentor and guide cadets on individual plans of study and progress toward degree completion.  As a member of the Professional Maritime faculty, the selectee will also sail aboard the Training Ship Kennedy on alternating years in a 2-month winter Sea Term experience and participate in random drug testing.

Employer

Massachusetts Maritime Academy

Job Location
101 Academy Drive
Buzzard Bay, MA, 02532
USA
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