The Coleman Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership invites applications for a pool of qualified temporary, part-time instructors to teach engineering management topics in the Berkeley Master of Engineering (MEng) program. The MEng program offers coursework in technology innovation and management. We hire a number of qualified professionals and academics to hold temporary lecturer appointments to lend variety and subject matter expertise to our core engineering leadership topics:
• Coaching for High Performing Teams
• Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging
• Global Business
• Global Innovations
• Industry Analysis
• Organizational Behavior
• Product Management
• Project Management
• R&D Technology Management
• Teaming & Project Management
• Technology Strategy
• Other topics in Engineering Leadership
The Fung Fellowship at the University of California, Berkeley invites applications for a pool of part-time lecturer positions in Design and Technology Innovation should an opening arise. We seek candidates that have experience to teach a 3-unit fall and/or spring course for undergraduates who have been selected for the Fung Fellowship, a one-year program that develops leadership, teaming, storytelling, technology innovation, and human centered design. This lecturer pool has been generated in case of need for teaching for two courses: (1) Health + Tech course and (2) Conservation + Tech course. The number of positions may vary from semester to semester, depending upon the teaching needs of the fellowship.
The Berkeley Master of Engineering (MEng) program is looking for up to 6-7 graduate students to join our teaching team of GSIs next year. Our GSIs come from a variety of disciplines; we are looking for motivated candidates to provide feedback and mentoring to future engineering leaders developing technology that will have a commercial and/or societal impact. The focus is on building strong communication skills (presentation and writing) for future engineering leaders.
The positions are for Fall 2023 with the opportunity to continue into Spring 2024. We will begin reviewing on a rolling basis and start interviewing candidates after April 21, 2023.
- ENGIN 295 Communication for Engineering Leaders (1 unit Fall and Spring):
MEng Technical Communications course, covering presentation skills, writing skills, and team dynamics using the technical capstone project as a foundation for assignments. The job requires leading breakout sessions and providing in-class support for ENGIN 295: Communications for Engineering Leaders,. GSIs also provide extensive feedback on students’ presentations, writing, and discussions. The job will also require working closely with the course lecturer(s) to structure and teach effective rhetorical skills.
- ENGIN 270C: Project Management & Teaming (1 unit Fall):
In this required semester-long course, students will work on practical assignments with their Capstone teams to learn about managing their capstone deliverables and how to become a high performing team. Topics may include: effective team processes, conflict resolution, and teaming as an executive. The job requires course management, grading, bCourses administration, office hours, attending 2-3 sections a week taught by lecturers, and answering students’ questions.
- ENGIN 270K Coaching for High Performing Teams (1 unit Spring):
This course consists of online modules and coaching sessions for individual capstone teams by industry professionals. The course has two objectives. The first is to develop teaming skills: talent management, conflict resolution, and leadership. The second is to develop foundations of project management: goal-setting and role definition, assessment and improvement, and stakeholder management. The job requires online course content/video management, grading, bCourses administration, office hours, and answering students’ questions.
- Available for a 50% GSI commitment
- Able to model and teach effective verbal and written communication
- Excellent organizational and time management skills
- Desire to work with an internationally diverse groups of masters students
- Interest in management, leadership and teamwork topics
- Past experience as a GSI or teaching assistant
- Technical or scientific background
- Formal education or experience in communications, rhetoric, or verbal leadership
- ABD (all but dissertation) PhD candidates with a flexible schedule; we also hire excellent masters students.
How to Apply:
- Learn more about the program at: meng.berkeley.edu
- Please apply by completing this online application form, which includes uploading a PDF of your resume: https://deptapps.berkeley.edu/
- We will begin interviewing candidates on a rolling basis starting April 21, and would like to find our team by mid-May.
- Questions? Please contact email@example.com
This role will serve as the inaugural Program Director for the new online Master of Advanced Study in Engineering (MAS-E) professional degree program, launching in Summer 2024. Reporting to the MAS-E Faculty Director, the Program Director will plan, direct, administer, and ensure excellence in all MAS-E programmatic and administrative matters. This is a 100% FTE career position eligible for full benefits and located in Berkeley, CA.
The first review date for this job is: October 11, 2023.
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