The Otto H. York Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering is conducting a search for a
University Lecturer. The candidate will teach Chemical Engineering courses each semester at the
undergraduate and/or graduate level. The University Lecturer is expected to play a full-time
pedagogical and leadership role in the Department. This role includes active participation in
course and program development, close interaction with student activities, industry and
outreach activities, and other duties as appropriate. The candidate must have a PhD degree in
Chemical Engineering and industry experience is preferred. At the University’s discretion,
education and experience prerequisites may be substituted if the candidate can demonstrate to
the satisfaction of the University an equivalent combination of education and experience that
specifically prepare the candidate for success in the position. The start date is Fall 2018.
NJIT is at among the top 100 “Best Graduate Engineering Schools” (per U.S. News & World
Report). It offers a vibrant engineering community environment and exciting opportunities for
research and education. Interdisciplinary centers and institutes across the campus
(http://centers.njit.edu/) provide access to comprehensive, state-of-the-art core facilities and
facilitate collaborative research activities. Universities, research institutes and industrial
facilitates at the vicinity of NJIT further increase collaboration opportunities and access to
Applications should be submitted online at:
Complete curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching interests, and names of at least three
references should be included in the application package. Applications will be accepted and
reviewed until the position is filled.
Questions may be directed to Professor Lisa Axe, email@example.com.
To build a diverse workforce, NJIT encourages applications from individuals with disabilities,
minorities, veterans and women. EEO employer.