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Monroe County Community College Position Description

Instructor of Alternative/Renewable Energy Technology, Industrial Technology Division

Classroom instruction in Alternative/Renewable Energy Technology in the Industrial Technology Division of the College. The division is exploring an emphasis on Alternative and Renewable Energy as part of its new program initiative. The candidate will be responsible for developing and teaching courses in one or more areas, which include solar, wind and/or geothermal energy systems, fuel cells or bio-fuels and other sustainable energy at an associate degree level. Other teaching opportunities within the division may be available depending on background, experience and interest. This individual will primarily be responsible for developing and teaching new and emerging curricula in the alternative energy field. May also be required to support established programs in the division as needed. Additional responsibilities will include laboratory management and coordination. As an integral member of the Industrial Technology and Division, this person will be expected to develop effective collegial relationships, work closely with students, work with local employers, convene advisory committees, and take part in the promotion of division programs and the College in general.


Baccalaureate Degree in Mechanical Engineering or Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology or equivalent required; Master’s Degree in the above fields preferred. Minimum two years industrial/professional employment experience in a relevant setting required; background in Electromechanical systems, or Mechanical Engineering/Engineering Technology preferred. Work experience and/or knowledge of operation of Nuclear Power plants a plus. Teaching experience in an educational institution desired. Ability to teach courses in Electronics, Electricity, Mechanical Engineering Technology, and/or Nuclear Engineering Technology strongly desired. Ability to relate to students at the AAS level.


Per Master Agreement – $57,106 base salary. Salary may be negotiated depending upon experience and education. Faculty contract 35-hour week, 165-day school year. Spring/Summer teaching and curriculum development opportunities may be available for additional pay, funds permitting.


Health, dental, vision, life, and long-term disability insurance plans. Accrued sick leave, dependent tuition waiver, and retirement plan options.

Start Date

Fall Semester 2010


Monroe County Community College has been providing a variety of post-secondary opportunities for the residents of Monroe County, Michigan since 1964. Monroe County, with a population of 157,500, offers a quality rural and urban life style well situated between Detroit, Ann Arbor, and Toledo, Ohio. Graduate study is available at the University of Toledo, Wayne State University, Eastern Michigan University, The University of Michigan, and the University of Detroit.


Search re-opened. Applications reviewed as received and will continue until the position filled.

Application Process

Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume, completed faculty application at , two letters of recommendation, academic transcripts to Parmeshwar Coomar; Dean of Industrial Technology Division; Monroe County Community College; 1555 S. Raisinville Road; Monroe, MI 48161,

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