Virginia Tech Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics
Location: Blacksburg, Virginia
Type: Full Time
Years of Experience:
Less than 2
Internal Number: 526910
The Department of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics (BEAM) at Virginia Tech invites applications for a full-time non-tenure track instructor position to begin in January 2024. The initial appointment will be for one year with the possibility of continuation dependent upon performance.
Duties will include teaching undergraduate bioinstrumentation laboratory courses in biomedical engineering. Additional opportunities are available to teach other undergraduate courses in biomedical engineering based on area of technical expertise. Additional opportunities are to teach other undergraduate courses in biomedical engineering based on area of technical expertise and department need. We are seeking candidates motivated to contribute to a collegial, interdisciplinary community with a strong tradition of high-quality teaching, student engagement, and mentoring. The initial appointment will be for one year with the possibility of continuation dependent upon performance.
BEAM is an interdisciplinary department with faculty having broad interests spanning engineering, science, mathematics, and medicine. Offering BS, MS, and Ph.D. degrees in biomedical engineering and engineering mechanics, BEAM currently has 50 faculty members and is home to over 200 undergraduate and 150 graduate students. BEAM’s graduate Biomedical Engineering (BME) program is ranked #38 by US News & World Report. Part of Virginia Tech’s College of Engineering, whose undergraduate program ranks 16th and graduate program ranks 30th among all U.S. engineering schools (USN&WR), Virginia Tech actively seeks a broad spectrum of candidates to join our community in preparing leaders for the world. We are seeking candidates motivated to contribute to a collegial, interdisciplinary community with a strong tradition of high-quality teaching, student engagement, and mentoring.
Virginia Tech is a public land-grant university, committed to teaching and learning, research, and outreach to the Commonwealth of Virginia, the nation, and the world. Building on its motto of Ut Prosim (that I may serve), Virginia Tech is dedicated to InclusiveVT—serving in the spirit of community, diversity, and excellence. Virginia Tech actively seeks a broad spectrum of candidates to join our community in preparing leaders for the world. The College of Engineering, whose undergraduate program ranks 16th and graduate program ranks 30th among all U.S. engineering schools (USN&WR). The Mission of the College of Engineering is to educate and inspire our students to be critical thinkers, innovators and leaders. Our core values are inclusiveness, excellence, integrity, perseverance and stewardship.
Virginia Tech’s main campus is located in Blacksburg, VA, in an area consistently ranked among the country’s best places to live. In addition, our programs in the Washington, D.C., area offer unique proximity to government and industry partners and is also expanding rapidly, with Virginia Tech's exciting new Innovation Campus in Alexandria, VA, slated to open in 2024. The department and its School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences (SBES) combine the strengths of the Virginia Tech College of Engineering, the Wake Forest University School of Medicine, the Virginia Tech Carilion (VTC) Fralin Biomedical Research Institute, the Virginia Tech Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science (ICTAS), the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI), and the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. Further information can be found at www.beam.vt.edu.
The successful candidate will have an M.S. in Biomedical Engineering or related discipline by date of hire, with a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours of courses related to biomedical engineering. Technical experience with bioinstrumentation, instrumentation, or electrical circuit design.
A Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering or related discipline. Teaching experience in a university or college, especially in laboratory courses or courses involving biomedical engineering. Knowledge of biomedical sensors and computer-aided design.
About Virginia Tech Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics
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