Engineering Leadership Lecturer, Graduate Engineering Leadership Program (GradEL)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Internal Number: 22168
ENGINEERING LEADERSHIP LECTURER, Graduate Engineering Leadership Program (GradEL), to create, deliver, and co-deliver new and existing graduate academic classes. Will work with program director and associate academic director to develop new graduate-level curricula around topics including leadership, product development, project management, need-finding, and systems thinking; collaborate with the program director to create and implement a new graduate student "externship" program; co-teach/teach existing graduate classes on negotiations and teamwork and others in future; teach workshops during each semester as part of the graduate certificate program; and co-teach summer professional education courses. Class delivery involves teaching, assessing, grading, and advising students. Will work with GradEL's staff and teaching assistants in planning and updating classes and perform additional duties as assigned.
REQUIRED: master's degree and subject matter expertise aligning with course topics; four years of relevant teaching experience; experience teaching relevant graduate-level engineering courses and designing and delivering hands-on learning experiences; an interest in working constructively with all facets of the program; and ability to advise students with interdisciplinary interests. PREFERRED: experience as an engineer or engineering leadership practitioner and in developing new graduate-level engineering leadership curriculum. Job #22168
Appointment is for one year, renewable annually if mutually agreed.
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