Undergraduate Student Employment Opportunities
Undergraduate Teaching Assistant
Undergraduate Teaching Assistants help with First-Year Engineering courses, working with instructors and Graduate Teaching Assistants. Duties include helping students during class, grading, attending weekly meetings with your teaching team, assisting with Help Sessions, and other duties as assigned. This position is paid hourly, and the expectation is to work 8 to 12 hours per week with the possibility of working up to 15 hours per week occasionally. To apply, students must have completed First-Year Engineering course work (ENGR 19500, 13000, 13100, 13200, 13300 or equivalent) with a B or better. This position qualifies for Federal Work Study; please inform us about your FWS when applying.
Spring 2023: Applications are currently being accepted. For consideration, complete the online application.
Questions? Email the First-Year Engineering Operations Center: email@example.com
Graduate Student Employment Opportunities
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Graduate Teaching Assistants assist an instructor and the First-Year Instructional Support Team with the successful execution of our First-Year Engineering courses (ENGR 13000/13100/13200/13300). Duties range from maintaining course management software, overseeing evening help sessions, grading, mentoring Undergraduate TAs, and other duties as assigned.
Applications for the Fall 2022 semester are due by April 1, 2022. For consideration, please read the following document (PDF) which includes a link to the application.
If you have application questions, please direct all emails to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty and Staff Employment Opportunities
Assistant Professor of Engineering Education
September 29, 2022
The School of Engineering Education (ENE) within the College of Engineering at Purdue University invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of assistant professor. Purdue University seeks to attract exceptional candidates with interests and expertise in engineering education research focused on any level from pre-kindergarten through college and into engineering practice. Successful candidates must hold a Ph.D. degree or equivalent in engineering, education, or a related discipline at the time of position start and demonstrate excellent potential to build an independent research program, as well as potential to educate and mentor students. The successful candidate will conduct original research, advise graduate students, teach undergraduate (First-year Engineering, Multidisciplinary Engineering, or Interdisciplinary Engineering Studies programs) and graduate level courses, and perform service at the School, College, and University levels. Successful candidates will have demonstrated a commitment to collaboration and interdisciplinarity, as well as diversity and inclusion.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Engineering Education
October 31, 2022
The School of Engineering Education at Purdue University invites applications for multiple Visiting Assistant Professors. Purdue University seeks to attract exceptional candidates with interests and expertise in engineering education research ranging from pre-kindergarten through college and into engineering practice.
Candidates must have a PhD, with at least one degree in engineering, education, or a related field. The Visiting Assistant Professor will primarily teach in the first-year engineering (FYE) program, which includes two foundational courses: ENGR 131 - Transforming Ideas to Innovation I, and, ENGR 132 - Transforming Ideas to Innovation II, which focus on the engineering design cycle and programming languages, specifically MATLAB. Based on enrollment needs, the Visiting Assistant Professor may teach other courses in the FYE program or in the multidisciplinary/interdisciplinary (MDE/IDE) program. The teaching load will be two courses in each of the academic year semesters. Other responsibilities may include pursuing an independent research program of the candidate's interests and other duties as assigned.
Provide assistance for the Assistant Head of First-Year Engineering, the Director of Communications, and several Engineering Education (ENE) faculty. Assist in course evaluations, coordinating semester board meetings, and alumni events. Additional duties include travel and reimbursement, copying classwork, maintaining forms/reports that contain confidential information; assist with organizing database entries; materials and visuals for programs; organize meetings; compose, format and proof correspondence and other necessary documents.
Last Updated: November 8, 2022