Electrical Engineering and Technology

Application deadline closed.

Job Description

Full Job Description

This posting is for two temporary placements:
One from on or around August 1st 2023 to December 22nd 2023.
One from on or around August 1st 2023 to April 26th 2024.

Duties & Responsibilities
The successful candidates will be expected to teach the following courses:
ELEX 1117 – Digital Techniques 1
ELEX 2120 – Electronic Circuits 1
ELEX 2105 – Circuit Analysis 2
ELEX 4440 and 4560 – Power and Telecom Project Courses
following current course outlines.
Course descriptions can be found here for Power and here for Telecom. Course material is also available from prior terms and may be used.
As a passionate educator, successful candidate will leverage their expertise to engage and challenge students, fostering a collaborative and inclusive learning environment.
Additionally, the successful candidates will be responsible to meet the course learning objectives, design course material, create a positive learning environment for students, participate in department activities, engage with team members, support continuous improvement initiatives within the department, and other duties as specified in the collective agreement.


Required Qualifications:
Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in a relevant engineering discipline or the equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
Minimum five years of relevant, hands-on industry experience is essential.
Effective command of the English language, both written and oral, is essential.
Excellent teamwork and interpersonal skills with a demonstrated ability to work both collaboratively and independently.

Candidates must have a solid foundation in circuit theory, digital and analog electronics with hands-on practical experience in design, testing, or manufacturing.
Knowledge and practical experience in one or more of the following areas is required:
Digital electronics including design with HDLs
AC circuit theory including time and frequency domain analysis
Analog electronics including BJT and MOSFET devices, small and large-signal models, amplifiers and frequency response
Project management including familiarity with all phases of the project

Additional Information
Benefits – Why you’d love working with us
Competitive pay
Minimum of twenty-five days of vacation (or more, depending on your position)
Competitive employer-paid extended health and dental plan – take a look at our benefit plans!
Defined benefit pension plan with employer contributions
Professional Development funds and resources
Access to most BCIT Flexible Learning courses free of charge
Wellness and Employee Assistance programs
Complimentary membership with free access to the Fitness Centre, Gymnasium, and more