Assistant Professor, Petroleum Engineering
Position Information: DescriptionThe College of Engineering and Mines at the University of North Dakota (UND) invites applications for non-tenure track assistant professor positions in the Department of Petroleum Engineering, beginning as early as Summer 2021 and contingent on the availability of funding. Salary is commensurate with experience.The Department of Petroleum Engineering at UND is the only petroleum engineering program in the State of North Dakota, home to the Bakken formation and other unconventional oil and gas resources. The department offers undergraduate and graduate programs both on-campus and online. Currently, the Department has a total of approximately 190 students, which includes over 70 Ph.D. students.Duties & Responsibilities
- Teaching petroleum engineering courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Conducting research in petroleum engineering and advising graduate studentsWriting proposals for external research grants from industry and government agenciesManaging the department’s labs, including the Drilling and Completion Lab, Drilling Simulator, Virtual Reality Lab, Innovation Lab, and Slurry Loop Lab.Other duties as needed by the department.
- Ph.D. degree in Petroleum Engineering, or a closely related engineering or geoscience field.Successful completion of criminal history records check.
- Demonstrated expertise in teaching.Demonstrated record of publication and external research funding.Demonstrated record of experiences working in a petroleum engineering lab. Demonstrated expertise in characterization of unconventional reservoirs. Demonstrated industry experiences in oil and gas industry
- Statement of professional goalsResume or CVNames and addresses of at least three professional referencesRecord of publications and external funding