Industrial/Mechanical Engineering faculty positions
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The School of Sciences and Engineering at the American University in Cairo has openings for two faculty positions in Industrial Engineering within its Mechanical Engineering Department at the level of Assistant or Associate Professor.
As part of their teaching responsibilities, the successful candidate will contribute to teaching and research in the undergraduate professional major and graduate studies. In addition, the successful candidate(s) will be encouraged to develop and/or teach course(s) in their area of expertise. The School is home to programs in Natural Sciences and Engineering. The School is also home to graduate engineering programs and interdisciplinary programs in Nanotechnology, Biotechnology, Environmental Sustainability, and Environmental Engineering. Five centers are housed in the School. In addition, the School and University are embarking on initiatives that focus on industrial and community engagement.
The successful candidate for any of these positions is expected to be active or capable of developing research and provide services in his/her field of specialization.
Candidates are expected to teach undergraduate/graduate courses in one or more areas of:
- Operations Research
- Quality Control and Reliability Engineering
- Production and Inventory Control
- Project Management
- Engineering Economy
- Facility Planning
For all positions, the candidate should have an earned doctorate, be proficient in English and have a demonstrated track-record of practice, teaching and/or research and/or potential thereof. A solid record of professional practical experience and established record in attracting funded research and scholarship is highly desirable. We seek applicants who are enthusiastic about their profession and undergraduate and graduate education with classroom and/or laboratory teaching experience, and are highly motivated researchers capable of leading a project and training students with passion and enthusiasm. Translational experience beyond the didactic is highly desirable, as are demonstrable evidence of interdisciplinary interests and collaboration.
Deadline of application is open until filled, however review of applications will start immediately. The appointment will ideally start Fall 2017.
All applicants must submit the following documents via the online system:
a) an updated CV; b) a letter of interest; c) a completed AUC personnel Information Form (PIF); and d) names and contact information for at least three references familiar with the candidate's academic and professional background.