United Arab Emirates University
United Arab Emirates
The United Arab Emirates University invites applications for a faculty position. Qualified candidates at all levels will be considered at a rank commensurate with academic accomplishments. Candidates are expected to have a strong commitment to teaching excellence and student advising at the undergraduate and graduate levels, a demonstrable research capability that will enable the candidate to develop and sustain an internally and/or externally funded research program in his/her area of expertise, publish his/her research findings in refereed journals, and actively engage in promoting the growth of the UAE University. The application package should include a cover letter, a detailed resume,
a brief description of current/future research activities, teaching philosophy, and courses taught. English is the language of instruction and communication. Screening of applications will continue until the position is filled.
Required Qualifications: . An earned PhD in electrical engineering/Communication engineering, or related field. The candidate should have a bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering/Communication Engineering. . Proven skills of high quality teaching . Demonstrated excellence in research, scholarship, and teaching in Electrical Engineering/Communication Engineering. . Effective communication skills, both written and oral in English.
. Hold a doctoral degree from a recognized university focusing on advanced research in the area of Electrical Engineering/Communication Engineering . Ability to deliver high quality teaching in Communication programming and signal processing related courses. .
A solid research record evidenced by high quality publications in high-impact IEEE journals . Strong commitment to teaching and students advising at the undergraduate and graduate levels . Demonstrated ability to develop and sustain internally and externally funded research. Prior experience in the role of PI or Co-PI in funded research projects is a plus. . Ability to pursue independent research and a demonstrated aptitude for fundamental research.