Teaching Stream Faculty Position – Electrical and Computer Engineering

March 25, 2024

Job Description

Job Type :


Sichuan University-Pittsburgh Institute (SCUPI), located in Chengdu, China,
invites applications for full-time, non-tenure track teaching faculty at the rank of Assistant/Associate/Full Teaching Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering. These non-tenure-line faculty positions are primarily for teaching. Engagement in
scholarly research is not required, though encouraged. Positions are expected to begin in the academic year 2024-2025. Terms of employment,
including salary, relocation, and start-up packages are competitive and on par with similar offers by universities in North America.


  1. Candidates must have either:
    1. A Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering or a
      related field or
    2. A master’s degree and 4 years of relevant professional experience.
    3. Candidates with
      superb communication skills or teaching/training experience are strongly invited to apply.
  2. Effective oral and written
    communication in English is required, as English is the official language of the Institute.

To Apply:

To apply, please submit the following materials to facultysearch@scupi.cn :

Please note that incomplete applications will not be reviewed.

  1. Curriculum vitae
  2. Statement of Teaching includes subject areas and courses that the candidate is qualified to teach
  3. Name and contact information of at least three references

We encourage candidates to send applications as soon as
possible. The review process will continue until the positions are filled.

Additional Information

SCUPI is an academic entity jointly established by Sichuan University and the University of Pittsburgh. Approved
by China’s Ministry of Education in 2014, SCUPI is one of the large-scale partnerships between a top US university and a top-rate
Chinese university. SCUPI now enrolls around 850 undergraduate students in five majors, including Computer Science, Electrical and Computer
Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. The technical curricula of SCUPI comply
fully with those taught at the Swanson School of Engineering (SSOE) and the School of Computing and Information (SCI) of the University of
Pittsburgh. SCUPI will continue to grow in size and discipline. Along with this strategic plan, a new SCUPI building is near completion.
This new space and facilities will offer vast opportunities for innovations in education, research, and career development. Faculty and
students benefit from the resources, support, and diverse environment fostered by Sichuan University, the University of Pittsburgh, and
other partnering institutions around the globe.