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Marianthi Ierapetritou <[log in to unmask]>
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The Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering at Rutgers University–New Brunswick 
invites applications and nominations for a full-time, non-tenure track faculty position at the rank 
of Teaching Instructor or Assistant Teaching Professor beginning fall 2017. 
This is an academic year appointment (nine-month) with the opportunity for summer 
compensation depending on course offerings and grant availability. The appointment will be for a 
period of one to three years, and renewable subject to enrollment needs, availability of funding 
and performance. It is a career-oriented position with the possibility of reappointment and 
promotion through the university’s teaching faculty track. The Department welcomes dynamic 
and engaging candidates who are dedicated to instructional innovation and can bring diverse 
intellectual, geographical, gender and ethnic perspectives to the work. 
Primary duties will include teaching the undergraduate chemical engineering laboratory. The 
successful candidate will be responsible for overall maintenance and supervision of the 
laboratory, will train teaching and learning assistants, supervise student experimental work, 
guide student teamwork, evaluate student written and oral reports, assess student learning 
outcomes, and provide instruction on laboratory safety, experimental statistics and technical 
communication. The laboratory consists of over a dozen modern unit operations housed in a 
2000 square feet facility. Other duties may include teaching additional core undergraduate 
courses, assisting with the development of interdisciplinary and industry partnerships, mentoring 
undergraduates, contributing to recruitment and outreach activities, applying for education 
grants, serving on internal committees, and sharing administrative responsibilities for the 
undergraduate program.
Minimum qualifications include a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering or a closely related 
field and demonstrated evidence of effective teaching or convincing argument of future 
dedication and success in the art of teaching and student services.  A Doctorate degree in the 
above mentioned field is required in order to be considered at the Assistant Teaching Professor 
For fullest consideration, please submit your application by March 31 to:
We will continue to accept applications until the position is filled.  In the application, please 
include (1) your curriculum vitae, (2) the names and addresses of at least three references, and 
(3) a statement of your teaching philosophy, particularly in a laboratory environment. For 
questions, feel free to email [log in to unmask]