**This is a two year limited term appointment.
Continuation of employment will be contingent upon availability of funding.
The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering's Electrical and Computer Engineering Department is accepting applications for a Research Fellow I.
This position will assists in others' and conducts original research to include planning, maintaining or completing research programs and/or projects involved in the discovery of new knowledge, techniques, and concepts which
require advanced level scientific/research knowledge, skills and abilities following relevant policies, procedures, regulations and laws.
Essential Functions include but not limited to:
Develops original project proposals, research designs, plans and protocols and assists in the development of complex project proposals, plans and protocols.
Designs and/or conducts complex experiments, investigations and/or studies related to programs and projects in pursuit of new knowledge, techniques and concepts.
Coordinates or assists with logistics of research to include equipment, materials, and labor needs.
Collects data/samples related to own research as well as others' research and in complex cases.
Records, compiles, processes and analyzes data/samples.
Documents results and observations in writing as well as presenting results to others.
May prepare research results for publication or presentation at conferences to include performing literature reviews and writing results and discussions.
May provide consulting to third party organizations related to research activities.
May maintain projects and/or coordinate funding.
Entry into the applicant pool requires a Doctoral degree from an accredited institution in discipline appropriate to position (Electrical and Computer Engineering).
Please utilize the attachment feature of our online employment site and attach the following: cover letter, resume and three (3) professional references.
Only complete application materials will be accepted for review.
A commitment to an inclusive and diverse campus environment.
Location/Region: Auburn University, AL (36849)