Electrical Engineering and Mathematics

Human Resources Department - hr@carrollcc.edu
Directions To Apply:

To be considered, interested applicants must submit a cover letter to include minimum salary required, a resume, a one- to two-page statement of teaching philosophy and unofficial transcript. (Please be sure the following are visible on the unofficial transcript - your name, the institution's name and the degree/date conferred) emailed by October 2, 2020 to hr@carrollcc.edu or mailed to Carroll Community College, Human Resources Dept., 1601 Washington Road, Westminster, Maryland 21157.

To qualify for employment, candidates must successfully complete a criminal background check.


Department:  Mathematics and Engineering

Pay Grade:     F10 (Faculty, 10-month)

                      Senior Lecturer: $45,965 - $57,503

                       Assistant Professor:  $50,000 - $62,364                                    

FLSA Status: Exempt          

This position is available beginning January 4, 2021.



Ten-month faculty are assigned primarily teaching duties of 30 Teacher Load Hours (TLH) during an academic year (approximately 30 credits). The work expectation for faculty is 37.5 hours per week for professional duties; however, actual hours worked on- and off-campus in any given week can vary according to grading, class preparation requirements, meeting schedules, professional development activities, and office hours.  Daytime, evenings, and weekends possible. Ten-month faculty responsibilities are primarily to teach students and assess learning and secondarily to engage in professional development and to provide service to the college community. Faculty report to either the Division Chair or the Program Director.



  • Teach the equivalent of 30-teaching load hours during an academic year including both Electrical Engineering and Mathematics courses
  • Coordinate the Associate of Science in Engineering (ASE), Electrical Engineering degree program. This includes overseeing curriculum, representing Carroll with the state ASE group, and working with the Engineering Program Director to assess course and program outcomes
  • Hold evening office hours and/or teach evening courses
  • Hold classes as scheduled
  • Design assignments and/or give required assignments to measure student learning
  • Provide clear and concise feedback to students in a timely manner (generally within two weeks)
  • Check and respond to all emails within two business days
  • Post the syllabus, faculty information, and a welcome announcement for Preview Week and maintain a current gradebook in the Learning Management System
  • Hold required office hours
  • Assist students and direct them to appropriate resources
  • Contribute to student retention and completion initiatives
  • Participate in outcomes assessment and respond to data
  • Collaborate with student support offices and professionals
  • Report grades and reconcile incomplete grades as necessary
  • Engage in professional development
  • Attend required meetings and complete mandatory trainings
  • Serve on committees to support the college mission
  • Adapt to emerging challenges and demands to serve the college and its students
  • Follow policies as outlined in the Faculty Handbook
  • Perform other duties as assigned


  • Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or a closely related field, and at least 18 graduate hours in the field of Electrical Engineering or Mathematics
  • Prior teaching experience at college level preferred
  • Ability to use technology in teaching
  • Must be positive, cooperative and supportive
  • Preference may be given to candidates who have experience teaching at a community college, teaching engineering or advanced mathematics courses, or who have experience with MATLAB and Verilog HDL


This work is normally sedentary work which requires exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and or negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects. Additionally, the following physical abilities are required:

  • Hear/talk/communicate – Must be able to exchange information and communicate
  • Visual Acuity/ability to perceive or detect surroundings
  • Mental acuity – Able to focus, concentrate, understand and convey subject matter
  • Repetitive motion (i.e. keyboarding)
  • Stand/sit/walk/able to move or traverse from one area to another


College campus, direct contact with students, staff, faculty and the general public in classrooms, common areas, offices, and campus environments.  Use of safe workplace practices with office equipment; computers for data entry and word processing; avoidance of trips and falls; observance of fire and building safety regulations; and observance of traffic laws when/if driving a College vehicle.


SALARY: The selected candidate will be placed on the 10-month Carroll Community College Faculty Salary Scale at either Senior Lecturer or Assistant Professor rank based upon qualifications and experience. Generally, the college places new faculty at the Senior lecturer rank. Position includes excellent fringe benefit package which can be found at:   https://c3.carrollcc.edu/departments/Administration/hr/HR%20Files/Benefit%20Guide%20-%20Employee%202020-2021.pdf


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR FACULTY APPLICANTS: The College pays one-half of reasonable travel expenses for the first visit and pays the entire cost of travel for the second visit. The College does not pay relocation expenses or offer tenure. However, following a one-year probationary period, year-to-year contracts are provided until three years of satisfactory service are completed, after which time 3-year contracts are provided.


Carroll Community College has the right to revise this position description at any time, and this position description does not represent in any way a contract of employment.

"Carroll Community College is committed to creating a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment. Carroll Community College is committed to Equal Opportunity Employment."