Assistant or Associate Professor - Civil & Environmental Engineering Informatics
The College of Engineering at the University of Georgia (UGA) invites candidates for a full-time (academic year) tenure-track position at the assistant professor or associate professor rank in the area of informatics in infrastructure systems and the natural environment. Selection of rank will be commensurate with candidate’s qualifications and experience.
Responsibilities: Successful candidates will join a growing and interdisciplinary team of researchers and educators in the School of Environmental, Civil, Agricultural, and Mechanical Engineering (ECAM) and work closely with colleagues affiliated with the recently established Institute for Resilient Infrastructure Systems (http://iris.uga.edu). The candidate will be expected to contribute to the Civil and Environmental Engineering program’s developing urban infrastructure, planning, and development area and charged with establishing a research program of national and international prominence, developing courses and pedagogical approaches to educate UGA engineers, and partner with faculty in other disciplines and with industries to build a vibrant research program that leads to collaborations across and integration of multiple fields of study. Candidate’s research program will be expected to focus on technological innovations and advances in basic knowledge, and take a systems perspective to significantly benefit society. Candidates will be expected to compete successfully for extramural funding to support research and a companion graduate and postdoctoral training program. The successful candidate should have a strong commitment to teaching excellence at both the undergraduate and graduate civil and environmental engineering courses.