The Engineering for Professionals division of the Whiting School of Engineering at Johns Hopkins University seeks applicants for part-time teaching positions housed in the Applied & Computational Mathematics (ACM) graduate program. All lecturers are responsible for the delivery of online courses to part-time professional master’s degree candidates. Grading support is provided to all instructors of large courses.
The ACM program seeks instructors with capabilities in the areas of analysis, computational algorithms, operations research, probability and statistics, and simulation and modeling. All graduate-level courses are taught with mathematical rigor and, at a minimum, have a student prerequisite of multivariate calculus (calculus III). Prospective applicants are strongly encouraged to review the list of ACM courses and identify those courses in the list that they feel most qualified to teach.
The highly-ranked online programs at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals combine the rigor of traditional Johns Hopkins programs with practical application in the fields of engineering, applied sciences, business, and government. Instructors impart cutting-edge knowledge and real-world skills in collaborative, interactive learning environments, providing students with a unique opportunity to forge lasting professional connections as they work, study, and maintain a manageable work-life balance. Expand your skills and experience as an applied mathematician and faculty member, network with students and colleagues in your field, and be part of a forward-thinking, innovative academic community.
Instructors will be expected to familiarize themselves with existing course materials, grade assessments, monitor and contribute to discussion boards, hold regular office hours, answer student questions, and coordinate with other instructors of the same course. Instructors may also be asked to develop online course materials with support from the Whiting School’s instructional design and instructional technology staff. Orientation to EP-based course instruction will be provided.
APPLICATION PROCESS FOR PART-TIME POSITIONS: Candidates may apply for a part-time position using the form found at https://ep.jhu.edu/about-us/teach-for-us. Applications should include a Statement of Interest, a CV, references, and course evaluations from two to four classes taught by the applicant (if available). All applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis.
REQUIREMENTS: A doctoral degree and experience as a lead instructor or teaching assistant is required. Industrial and/or research experience in applied mathematics, including academic publications, is preferred. Interest in supervising master's theses is a plus. Experience in an online classroom is preferred, as is familiarity with the Blackboard Learning Management System. Compensation is highly competitive.
About Johns Hopkins University
Join over 500 of the nation’s most accomplished engineers, scientists, and researchers as a part-time instructor at the Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals (EP) program. Our curriculum combines the rigor of traditional Johns Hopkins programs with practical application in fields of engineering and applied sciences. Expand your skills and experience as an engineer/applied scientist and faculty member, network with students and colleagues in your field, and be part of a forward thinking, innovative academic community.
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