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Adjunct Lecturer of Industrial Electronics and Mechatronics Technology

Franklin Cummings Tech
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Part-time, Contract


Who We Are:

Benjamin Franklin Cummings Institute of Technology (Franklin Cummings Tech) is a private, non-profit, two-year technical college located in Boston. Founded in 1908, the college proudly continues a long tradition of educating students for high-demand technical careers in a variety of industries, including automotive, advanced manufacturing, computer technology, engineering and construction management. With a mission to deliver transformative technical and trade education that leads to economic advancement, our unique mixture of 1, 2, and 4-year programs are delivered both in-person and on-line to appeal to student's demand for flexible program delivery.

Our graduation and job placement rates are among the best in the nation among two-year colleges. Because of our impact and outcomes, Franklin Cummings Tech recently received the largest gift in its history: $12.5 million from the Cummings Foundation to continue to advance its leading-edge work in creating technical career pathways for students typically underrepresented in post-secondary education. 

In FY22, Franklin Cummings Tech was the academic home to almost 900 learners. Half of those learners were students enrolled in traditional credit-bearing programs. The balance enrolled in a combination of continuing education and contract education programs. In the coming years, the College seeks to boost the number of students in credit-bearing courses, while also expanding continuing education and contract education so that we are educating more than 1,000 learners a year by FY25. 

Position Summary: 

Franklin Cummings Tech invites applications from committed and positive professionals to teach part-time in the Department of Engineering Technology. Courses that are taught within the Associates degree program include DC/AC Circuits, Digital Electronics, Electronics I/II, Renewable Energy Systems, Solar Energy Systems, Wind Energy Systems. Experience teaching these courses is highly valued although industry professionals (Technician, Technologist, Engineer, etc.) or recent graduates with a passion for education and looking to share their knowledge are encouraged to apply. Be a part of a progressive community of educators dedicated to preparing the next generation of technicians, technologists, and engineers.

Adjuncts at Franklin Cummings Tech embrace the opportunity to support a diverse group of young people in meeting a range of academic and other challenges to prepare students for successful and rewarding careers in technological fields. 


Key Responsibilities:
  • The instructor is expected to teach one or two of the following courses:
  • EE105 Intro to Electricity and Lab
  • EE122 Electronics 1
  • EE131 Digital Principles and Lab
  • Provide technical classroom and lab instruction to all students in the applicable day or evening programs.
  • Practice and maintain all safety requirements to ensure student safety, safety requirements, practices, and procedures as required. 
  • Prepare classrooms, labs, and equipment to support the instruction and use of equipment. 
  • Ensure classrooms, labs, and equipment remain in good working order. 
  • Basic mathematical principles. 
  • Principles and procedures of record keeping. 
  • Knowledge of and certification on related technology such as Fanuc Robotics machines 
  • Act as a subject matter expert for curriculum development. 
  • Conduct regular evaluations of students' progress. 
  • Maintain accurate performance and attendance records and submit required reports on or before the deadlines. 
  • Assist students with study problems and with evaluating their potential for successful achievement in the course or discipline. 
  • Knowledge and understanding of college policies and procedures.
All employees of Franklin Cummings Tech are expected to be passionate advocates for students and actively lead and contribute to institution-wide efforts to further improve graduation, retention rates, and career placement of our student body. Furthermore, all staff and faculty across the institution collaborate to support student recruitment, retention, and success.  

  • An earned bachelor's degree from a recognized college or university with major study in electronics/electrical engineering, engineering technology or related fields. 
  • The ability to communicate effectively and connect with young people.
  • Strong analytical, organizational, and communication skills, both written and verbal. 
  • An earned master's degree 
  • Two or more years teaching experience at the college or senior secondary levels; and 
  • Three or more years of work experience in the industry.
Application Process:

Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and the names, titles, telephone numbers, and email addresses of two professional references. Review of applications will begin immediately. Cover letter should be addressed to Marvin Loiseau Ed.D., Dean of Academics

COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement: Franklin Cummings Tech complies with all state and federal guidelines that pertain to Covid-19. All employees must be fully Covid-19 vaccinated upon hire.  Employees are expected to comply with current Covid precautions which are subject to change. 

Equal Opportunity Employer: Franklin Cummings Tech is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any applicant or employee on any grounds protected under federal, state, or local law, including race, color, religion, creed, age, sex, national origin, ancestry, marital status, pregnancy, disability (including those related to pregnancy or childbirth), sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity or expression, veteran status or any other characteristic or activity protected under federal, state or local law.
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