Teaching and supporting the development of Information Logistics Technology Program courses, as well as interfacing with mechanical and Electrical Engineering programs. Possible course topics include Location Analysis, Facility Planning, Supply Chain Management, Quality Engineering, Automation, Manufacturing Materials and Processes, Micro System Principles, Design Thinking, Bio-Mechanics and Internet of Things (IOT). Developing support for the Information Logistics Technology Program from local industry and professional groups will be expected. Responsibilities also include developing laboratories, course curriculum, recruiting and advising students; serving on departmental, school and college committees, supervise senior design projects, contribute to continuous improvement activities of programs in the department, participate in research/scholarly activity as appropriate to the program and the department, participate in student recruitment, advising and retention activities, teaching both lower and upper division undergraduate courses in Information Logistics Technology program and other duties as assigned by the department chairperson. Candidates need to have a commitment to baccalaureate education along with a demonstrated ability to pursue scholarly activities. Candidates are expected to conduct related research and develop proposals.
Internal Number: 97499
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