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Full Time Faculty - Microelectronic Manufacturing

Lorain County Community College
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Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

Lorain County Community College (LCCC) is seeking applicants for a Temporary Full Time Faculty as part of the Microelectronics Manufacturing Bachelors Degree. This position is currently a grant funded position. Reporting to the coordinator of the degree, the full time faculty will be responsible for, but not limited to: Teach hands-on bachelors-level courses on the college campus in SMT manufacturing, PCB design, SMT machine programming, and inspection; In addition to bachelors-level courses, also teach hands-on associates-level courses on the college campus in SMT and Thru-hole hand soldering, semiconductor processing including photolithography and thin film deposition, PCB repair and rework, PCB test & troubleshooting, and microelectronic packaging including wire bonding and die attach, and working in a cleanroom environment; Provide training and education strongly related to microelectronic manufacturing career placement and advancement – student internships are required in the degree, coursework directly correlates to careers; Engage with manufacturing industry workforce to keep coursework up-to-date, gather feedback from internship supervisors, and provide current events to students such as company names, products made, and jobs available; Perform setup, operation, shutdown, and cleanup, on all equipment, materials, and tooling used in labs; Provide overview and live demonstrations for interested candidates in program – state officials, other institutions, interested students; Supervise students and student workers/lab assistants for all labs; Write/modify operating procedures on equipment and materials – specifically related to labs run on campus; Grade assignments, labs, and exams in Canvas which include feedback to students – coursework includes gathering data for ABET assessment.


Required Qualifications: Attained or in pursuit of a Masters of Engineering or Masters of Science in an appropriate field related to microelectronic manufacturing (ie. Electrical, Mechanical, Technology, Industrial, etc..) . If in pursuit, must have a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester at the Masters level: Familiar with hands-on experience in SMT manufacturing (pick & place programming & operation, AOI programming and operation, hand soldering and solder rework for SMT components as small as 0201, x-ray inspection); Able to use Microsoft Windows and Office; Excellent communication and organization skills with the ability to learn quickly; Able to work effectively, independently and in a timely manner. - Comfortable and nimble at multitasking in a dynamic educational environment.

Preferred Qualifications: A Masters of Engineering or Masters of Science in an appropriate field related to microelectronic manufacturing (ie. Electrical, Mechanical, Technology, Industrial, etc..) ; Attained their J-STD-001 solder certificate; Able to program microcontrollers – ATTiny, RP2040, etc.; Experience with PCB design with schematics, layout, fabrication with Altium; Able to work both days and nights – Classes are primarily taught from 3:30 PM – 9:00 PM; however some daytime classes will also need to be taught.

The complete application file should include: a cover letter detailing area(s) of expertise, a professional statement addressing (see topic), an updated curriculum vitae (CV), unofficial college transcripts (undergraduate and graduate), an LCCC Employment Application, and the contact information of three professional references. Incomplete files will not be considered. Official transcripts will be required upon employment. Candidate selected will be required to complete a background check prior to being hired.

About LCCC:

Established in 1963, Lorain County Community College is the first community college in Ohio with a permanent campus. For six decades, LCCC has served the diverse needs of greater Lorain County region by providing affordable access to higher education and now serves approximately 13,000 students each year in certificate, associate, bachelor’s and master’s degree programs.

Since 1963, one in four Lorain County residents have taken classes at LCCC and more than 43,000 have earned a degree. LCCC was recently ranked in the top 10% of most affordable colleges in the nation and more than 90% of LCCC graduates live and work in Northeast Ohio. 45% of Lorain County’s high school graduates earn college credits through LCCC’s high school dual enrollment programs. LCCC also partners with more than 700 employers and offers 170 industry-recognized credentials to better prepare the workforce for the future.

LCCC is a dynamic, student-centered college intentionally designed to support individuals with balancing multiple roles on their path to college completion. 85% of LCCC students work while attending college, with majority working at least half-time. The average age of LCCC’s students is 24, and many bring life experiences that include caring for dependents, serving in the military, or completing some prior college. Over 80% of LCCC students received financial assistance through grants and scholarships, and LCCC has been nationally recognized for holistic, fully integrated services and commitment to student success.

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