Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, Florida
The Department of Bioengineering in the U.A. Whitaker College of Engineering at Florida Gulf Coast University has an opening for a new faculty member in Bioengineering at the Assistant Professor level to begin in January 2019. Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) is a public, comprehensive university situated within 760 acres of beautiful preserve in Southwest Florida. FGCU offers a wide range of undergraduate programs (including ABET accredited engineering degrees in Bioengineering, Civil, Environmental and Software Engineering), as well as selected graduate degree programs, including an M.S. Engineering degree program. Opened in the fall of 1997, the university is in the enviable position of having all new facilities that have been especially designed and built for a campus of the 21st century. With an excellent climate, magnificent beaches, and superb natural resources, the Ft. Myers-Cape Coral area offers a very high quality of life. Money magazine recently ranked Ft. Myers–Cape Coral as one of the “best places to live in America.”
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: An earned Doctorate from a regionally accredited institution in Bioengineering, Biomedical Engineering, or a closely related field of engineering.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Preferred areas of expertise include neural engineering, medical devices (including robotics), bio-manufacturing and/or engineering design. A rank-appropriate record of educational and/or scientific publication in scholarly journals and/or industrial experience pertinent to the areas of interest listed above is desirable. Successful candidates must be able to teach new and/or existing courses in bioengineering, as well as in selected general engineering topics. Additionally, candidates should possess skills for working in a rapidly developing regional comprehensive university with a focus on fostering of an active-learning and service-oriented student environment.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: The U.A. Whitaker College of Engineering is dedicated to quality education, research, and service. All faculty are expected to be excellent teachers who are committed to innovative delivery of instruction that results in improved student learning; to using educational technology effectively; to engaging in scholarly and service activities; and to engaging in a continuous and outcomes-based assessment process. Bioengineering faculty are responsible for effectively teaching selected lower-level interdisciplinary engineering courses as well as more advanced courses directly related to their specific area of expertise. In scholarship, Bioengineering faculty must demonstrate successful productivity in scientific, engineering and/or educational scholarship over time. Bioengineering faculty members must be willing to perform service within the University as well as within their professional community and must work closely with the Department Chair and other faculty on assessment and evaluation tasks necessary to maintain program ABET accreditation.
HOW TO APPLY: FGCU is an EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability Employer. The university is committed to a diverse faculty, staff and student body and welcomes all applicants. Please visit Eagle Jobs at http://jobs.fgcu.edu for posting details and application instructions. Only applications entered into Eagle Jobs will be accepted. Persons with disabilities needing reasonable accommodations to participate in the application/selection process must notify the Office of Adaptive Services at (239) 590-7956, or via Florida Relay 711 for TTY/TDD/VCO, a minimum of five (5) working days in advance. For more information or expressions of interest for the position, please contact Dr. Chris Geiger, Search Committee Chair, directly by phone at (239) 590-7355 or by email at email@example.com.
DEADLINE: This posting will remain open until filled. Applicant reviews will begin on August 1, 2018.