Civil and Sustainability Engineering Assistant Professor
Responsibilities include teaching classes in the civil and sustainability engineering program including, but not limited to, steel and concrete design, soil mechanics and foundations, construction materials, structural analysis, and transportation systems and design. This faculty will be expected to develop and maintain steel, concrete, construction materials, and soil mechanics laboratories and laboratory equipment. Engagement in seeking the EAC/ABET accreditation for this new civil engineering program is preferred. Responsibilities commensurate of an assistant professor, including research and creative activities, is necessary. Other responsibilities include student academic and career advisement, establishing a student organization, and developing professional industry partners for internship and full-time career opportunities. Development and participation in student recruiting and retention activities will be important for program growth.
Ph.D. in Civil Engineering or a related degree is required. Professional Engineering licensure in Kentucky within four years is required. Having passed the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam or a doctorate from a civil engineering program that is approved by the Kentucky Board of Licensure and Surveyors is required. Experience working as a civil engineer or teaching civil engineering in the subject areas listed is required. Application Deadline is October 16, 2020. To apply please visit: http://www.murraystatejobs.com/postings/9329.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Murray State University is an equal education and employment opportunity, M/F/D, AA employer. CSE997876