Civil Engineering | Assistant Professor Tenure Track Fall 2021 | I01625

Location
Pennsylvania, United States
Salary
Competitive Salary
Posted
Feb 21, 2021
Employment Level
Tenured/Tenured Track
Employment Type
Full Time

Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania invites applications for one full-time tenure-track assistant professor position in civil engineering for Fall 2021. The successful candidate will teach undergraduate courses from fundamental engineering courses to upper division civil engineering courses and a capstone course, including instruction in CAD software packages for civil engineering, and the Department has a particular need for instruction in topics such as transportation, geotechnical, or structural engineering. Candidates are expected to apply effective pedagogy and project-based learning in their classroom instruction. The successful candidate will be expected to establish a productive research program that involves undergraduates, actively participate in student advising and prepare students for a successful career including through creation of relevant industry partnerships and experiential learning opportunities, and participate in department/university service, including ABET accreditation. Professional Engineering (P.E.) registration or significant progress towards licensure is desired.

As a public comprehensive university and one of fourteen institutions in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. SRU is a vibrant, student-centered community of learners and scholars. The university places a high value on the quality of the teaching and learning experience with over 150 undergraduate programs and tracks, 25 master’s degree programs, and a doctoral program in physical therapy. The University is selective in admissions and enrolls almost 8,000 undergraduate and 1,200 graduate students.

Minimum Qualifications             

  • PhD in Civil Engineering, or MS in Civil Engineering with three or more years’ industrial experience;
  • BS in Civil Engineering;
  • Successful performance in an interview and teaching demonstration.