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Assistant Professor of Air Traffic Management

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Job Location:
Daytona Beach, Florida
Job Description

Brief Description
Tenure-Track or Non-Tenure Track Assistant Professor to teach introductory and higher-level undergraduate air traffic management courses in our B.S. Air Traffic Management degree program. The teaching position and contract is expected to begin in August 2022.

Detailed Description
The Daytona Beach ERAU Air Traffic Management program offers a B.S. in Air Traffic Management. The position requires a candidate with air traffic control experience who will be teaching in areas that will require flexibility in order to teach a variety of courses within air traffic control, such as air traffic basics, terminal radar, en route radar and non-radar, and VFR control tower.

The position includes a mix of teaching, research, and service obligations. Basic teaching requirements are 12 undergraduate credit hours (four courses/three preps) per semester. Faculty may replace some teaching credit hours with equivalent funded research.

The candidate must possess effective oral and written communications skills, including the ability to relate theory to application through experiential learning. The candidate is expected to develop new course materials and to teach previously developed courses. Service duties include: student advisement, curriculum evaluation, committee participation, and project leadership. The candidate is expected to pursue scholarly activities with the possibility of workload reassignment for funded research, and to participate in individual and group research projects involving students. This is a nine-month position, renewed annually, with the possibility of summer teaching and/or research assignments.


Master's degree (non-tenure-track), with air traffic control experience in en route radar and non-radar, and a proven record of teaching required. Preferred - An earned doctorate (tenure-track) with two or more years' experience in higher education or extensive work experience in the en route radar and non-radar fields of air traffic control.

The teaching position and contract is expected to begin in August 2022.

To be considered, please upload a cover letter and CV/resume.

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