The Project Engineer acts as support staff for the Director of the Entrepreneurial Engineering Design Curriculum (EEDC) and assists in the coordination and implementation of all courses within the EEDC thread. Included in the responsibilities of the Project Engineer are: teaching and assisting with the coordination of courses within the EEDC thread; managing course content utilizing both resource sharing tools and learning management software; mentoring and supporting student teams; managing and maintaining equipment and other studio assets; fostering and maintaining relationships with faculty and staff at the University. Assists the Director in building relationships and interfacing with local community partners for entrepreneurial opportunities including student-customer interactions and in bringing student projects to fruition. Collaborates with other staff to coordinate student team project work in available labs and shops. The successful candidate will assist the Director of the Entrepreneurial Engineering Curriculum in all areas related to the coordination, implementation, and enhancement of the EEDC.
QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Master’s degree in Engineering or related fields. Experience working in an entrepreneurial engineering environment is desirable. Must be able to work independently to identify opportunities to advance entrepreneurial engineering, the College of Engineering, and the University, as well as students and faculty. Must be able to influence and motivate students and faculty without direct authority.
Lawrence Technological University (LTU) conducts pre-employment screening on initial candidates for all positions, which may include but is not limited to, a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, license, certifications, and/or verification of work history.
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