Adjunct Assistant Professor Electronics - Digital Tracking Code200056 Job Description Teach three different classes in digital electronics.
These classes cover a wide range of topics starting with microprocessor/microcontroller programming and applications.
All the classes use both classroom theory and hands-on work.
The instructor would teach two of the three classes each during the Fall and Spring semesters.
The successful applicant needs a strong knowledge of digital number theory, Boolean algebra, logic gates, registers and flip-flops, ALUs, basic computer architecture and microprocessor/microcontroller uses and basic programming.
The successful applicant should be able to use basic electronic test equipment, breadboards and chips and demonstrate appropriate safety measures.
Required Skills Ability to clearly explain digital concepts such as the binary and hexadecimal number systems, basic Boolean algebra, basic digital devices such as logic gates, registers and flip-flops, the Von Neumann computer architecture, and the basics of microprocessors and microcontrollers Ability to teach the basics of programming a microprocessor to perform simple activities Required Experience Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree 5 years of experience in a related field Industry experience in digital electronics, such as chip manufacturing, digital communication systems, computer/digital control systems, medical electronics or robotics Experience in breadboarding systems or circuit board layout are highly desired Benefit Information: Click here for a summary of our benefit information.
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Job Location Overland Park, Kansas, United StatesPosition TypePart-Time