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The College of Engineering and Computing Sciences at New York Institute of Technology (New York Tech) seeks a non-tenure track Research Assistant Professor in Bioengineering located at the Long Island (Old Westbury, NY) campus. Primary responsibilities will be in research, but according to specific assignments, may be involved in teaching and service. Research Faculty is expected to serve in research centers to conduct research that is partially or totally supported by outside funds.
The essential duties and responsibilities of the Assistant Research Professor are assigned by the academic department chair or director.
The Research Assistant Professor receives administrative supervision from the department chair or director and may exercise supervision of professional research staff, graduate assistants, undergraduate majors, or student employees.
Research Faculty must hold graduate degrees in appropriate disciplines; PhD in Bioengineering or a related area is preferred. Candidates from all areas of bioengineering will be considered.
Must have excellent communication skills, and a solid track record in academia or industry.
Candidates with publications in scholarly journals and grant proposal submissions and a record
of sponsored research with external grants are preferred.
Ability to develop knowledge of, respect for, and skills to engage with those of other cultures or backgrounds is required.
Successful candidates will share our vision to grow the College of Engineering and Computing Sciences into a leader in innovation and a premier source of student talent in the New York Metropolitan Area and globally.
Please submit resume and cover letter.
New York Institute of Technology offers numerous opportunities to enhance personal and professional growth and provides employees with a competitive compensation and benefits program inclusive of generous paid time off, holidays, tuition remission, and retirement plans with employer contributions.