Part-time Job Opportunities

PART-TIME JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR FACULTY

The Civil Engineering Department has a deeply felt mission to provide the highest quality education at an affordable price. We also believe that our students benefit from learning "the practice" from licensed practicing engineers.

We are continuously looking for passionate, articulate, and capable part-time instructors to join our faculty. All courses are coordinated by a full time faculty to ensure consistency in content, quality of teaching, and student learning expectations.

If you would like to join our faculty as a part-time instructor, please contact the CE Department Chair Prof. Beth Wittig at awittig@ccny.cuny.edu for the full syllabus of the course you are interested in teaching or to submit your application.

Your application should include **: 

1) Your resume

2) A 1 page statement describing your teaching experience and your pedagogical philosophy

3) A 1 page statement describing for each course you are interested in teaching: the practical experience you will bring into the classroom, where and when you have taught the course in the past, and student reviews of your teaching of the course

4) The names and contact information of two prior employers (educational or otherwise)

** Faculty who have taught the course in question in the CE Department in the prior 6 years do not need to complete an application; faculty who have taught in the CE Department in the prior 6 years but have not taught the course in question need only complete section 3 of the application.

 

PART-TIME JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR STAFF

If you would like to join our staff on a part-time basis, please contact the CE Department Chairperson Prof. Beth Wittig at awittig@ccny.cuny.edu for any questions you may have or to submit your application. Students interested in either of the positions below may be eligible if they are enrolled in the CCNY Work-Study program.

Your application should include: 

1) Your resume

2) A 1 page statement describing your prior administrative experience

3) A 1 page statement describing your prior experience using Microsoft Word and Excel including any coursework or experience you have in statistics

4) The names and contact information of two prior employers (educational or otherwise)

 

Current Openings:

Adjunct Faculty

CE 23100: Statics - lecture MO WE 9:30-10:45am, recitation WE 2-3:50pm; lecture MO WE 11-12:15pm, recitation WE 4-5:50pm

Laws of motion and equilibrium. Elements of vector algebra. Equilibrium of rigid bodies. Constraints, and reactions. Equilibrium of machines and hinged frames. Internal forces in trusses and beams. Shear and bending moment diagrams. Analysis of cable systems. Friction. Centroid and centers of gravity. Moments of inertia. Work and virtual work. Stability of equilibrium. Prereq.: PHYS 20700 (min. C grade), CSC 10200; MATH 20200 (min. C grade). 5 hr./wk. 3 lecture, 2 recitation; 3 cr.

CE 44100 Reinforced Concrete: lecture MO WE 11-11:50am, lab MO 2-4:50pm

Principles of reinforced concrete design. Proportioning concrete mixes. Safety factors as influenced by uncertainties in the design and construction processes and as they relate to public safety. Design of singly and doubly reinforced beams, T-beams, and one-way slabs. Cracking, deflection and serviceability criteria. Design of columns subjected to combined axial load and bending. Prereq.: CE 26400, CE 34000. 2 class, 3 design hr./wk.; 3 cr.

CE H7700 Biological Systems in Env Eng: TU 6:30-9pm

Procaryotic and eukaryotic cell structure, origin and evolution of modern eukaryotes, microbial diversity and classification. Energy sources, chemolithotrophs, photolithotrophs, chemoorganotrophs, fermentation, respiration. Culture of microorganisms, types of culture media, enumeration of microbes in natural populations. Effects of environmental factors on growth. Virus structure, quantification, replication lysogeny, microbial genetics, mutations, recombinations, transformations, eukaryotic microbial genetics. Biogeochemical mineral cycling, detritus, wastewater microbiology, eutrophication. 3 hr./wk.; 3 cr.

CE H0200 Transportation Economics: TH 6:30-9pm

The basic economics of transportation and the tools of economic analysis used to analyze transportation activities, firms and government policies. Prereq: None. 3 hr./wk.; 3 cr.

 

Administrative Assistant

The CE Department is looking for a positive, organized, people-oriented person to provide basic support to faculty and staff. Duties will include but are not limited to: preparing handouts for meetings, ordering food for meetings, taking meeting minutes, processing payment requests, managing use of the conference room, and greeting people at the front desk.

 

Assessment Assistant

The CE Department is also looking for a positive, creative and detail oriented person to provide assistance to the faculty on the CE Assessment Committee. Duties will include but are not limited to: Preparing surveys, entering into Excel data collected from surveys, preparing reports, collecting data from faculty, and keeping track of collected and outstanding data.