Are you an industry expert looking for the chance to shape the future of your field and mentor your next generation of colleagues? If so, then teaching online for Brandeis University’s Division of Graduate Professional Studies (GPS) might be right for you. GPS offers fully online, part-time master’s degrees in fields such as Software Engineering, User-Centered Design, and Strategic Analytics. Brandeis is consistently ranked among the nation’s top universities, and our online courses are developed using best practices in online learning.
Job Summary: Teach Design & Architectural Patterns for Robotics, a 10-week online graduate course.
Subject Matter Qualifications
Minimum of 10 years of hands on experience with C++ software development, software engineering and life cycle.
Experience developing robotic applications using ROS and other open source frameworks.
Experience with robotic system architecture development.
Strong understanding of ROS architecture and its components (and tools such as rviz, gazebo, etc).
Strong understanding of architectural and design patterns, C++ templates and meta programming techniques.
Adhere to all policies and procedures as referenced in the GPS Instructor Policy Manual.
Depending on the needs of the course, and consistent with the GPS Online Course Standards:
Develop a syllabus following program chair guidance and the syllabus template.
Develop content that aligns with course outcomes and offers the author’s experiences and perspectives on key points.
Deliver the course according to our teaching standards, which include actively facilitating online discussions, providing relevant and timely feedback on student work, reporting grades, and discussing student issues with staff.
Create or refine the course site in the Moodle learning management system.
Strong interpersonal skills when relating to students.
The ability to communicate effectively in writing, including conveying complex information and promoting in-depth engagement on course topics.
The ability to devote adequate time to courses, including responding to students and providing meaningful feedback in a timely manner.
As a medium-sized private research university with global reach, we are dedicated to first-rate undergraduate education while making groundbreaking discoveries. Four major academic units with 3,600 undergraduates and 2,050 graduate students comprise the University: the College of Arts and Sciences, the Heller School for Social Policy and Management, the International Business School, and the Rabb... School of Continuing Studies. In 1985, Brandeis was elected to membership in the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), which represents the 62 leading research universities in the United States and Canada. Brandeis has been ranked among the top 35 national universities by U.S. News & World Report every year since the rankings’ inception. Our 235-acre campus is located in the suburbs of Boston, a global hub for higher education and innovation. Our faculty are leaders in their fields, as passionate about teaching and mentorship as they are about pushing the boundaries of knowledge. Our students are motivated, compassionate, curious and open to exploring new and challenging experiences. Brandeis was founded in 1948 as a nonsectarian university under the sponsorship of the American Jewish community to embody its highest ethical and cultural values and to express its gratitude to the United States through the traditional Jewish commitment to education. By being a nonsectarian university that welcomes students, teachers and staff of every nationality, religion and orientation, Brandeis renews the American heritage of cultural diversity, equal access to opportunity and freedom of expression.