- Doctoral Degree
- Bachelor's Degree
- Master's Degree
- LEED Certification
- Professional Engineer
The Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management (CAECM) Department at Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) invites nominations and applications for an open full-time faculty position beginning September 1, 2020. The department seeks an individual that will complement and strengthen our outstanding faculty. The candidate’s primary focus will be structural engineering, and the preferred candidate will be willing and able to teach fundamental course work in other specialties as necessary (e.g., building information modeling).
MSOE, a leading undergraduate and master’s level institution of learning founded in 1903, is in the heart of downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The institution serves approximately 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students in the areas of engineering, mathematics, business, nursing and communications. The university prides itself in having more laboratories than classrooms on campus, showing our commitment to experiential learning. The university’s primary mission is excellence in student learning, and university faculty are primarily evaluated on their teaching excellence.
The CAECM Department is well-known for its excellence in undergraduate and master’s level education. The Department maintains a strong student-centered focus and is committed to educating future leaders in engineering design and construction. The Department currently has 16 full-time faculty members of various rank and expertise. The Department has experienced growth with the addition of the newly accredited Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree program, and the Department currently serves over 350 undergraduate and graduate students. Degree offerings include Bachelor and Master of Science in Architectural Engineering, Bachelor and Master of Science in Civil Engineering, and Bachelor of Science in Construction Management. The Department also collaborates with the Rader School of Business for an MBA in Construction Management. Several specializations are available, including structural engineering, mechanical and electrical systems engineering for buildings, environmental and water resources engineering, transportation engineering and construction management.
The following attributes and credentials are required of the candidate:
A master’s degree in Civil or Architectural Engineering or a closely related field
An undergraduate degree in Civil or Architectural Engineering or a closely related field from an ABET accredited institution
Licensure as a Professional Engineer (P.E.) in the State of Wisconsin, or the ability to obtain licensure within one year of hire
Several (preferably four or more) years of practical structural engineering design experience in a U.S. based engineering or construction company or U.S. governmental body
A strong commitment to, and excellence in, undergraduate and master’s level teaching
An ability to teach course work at all levels, from first year courses to graduate courses, primarily within the candidate’s structural engineering specialty (e.g., structural analysis, steel design, concrete design, etc.) but also fundamental courses (e.g., statics, mechanics of materials, soil mechanics, etc.) as necessary and as assigned by the Department Chair
Willing to participate in departmental and institutional activities, such as academic advising, assessment initiatives, institutional service, or other activities as assigned
In addition, the following attributes and credentials are strongly preferred:
An earned doctorate (Ph.D.) in Civil or Architectural Engineering or a closely related field
Additional specialty licensure and/or certification, such as a Structural Engineer (S.E.) license, a Professional Geologist (P.G.) license or LEED Certification
Able and willing to teach courses in other specialty areas (e.g., building information modeling, construction materials, surveying)
An ability and desire to advise fourth-year students in their undergraduate capstone projects and master’s students in their graduate capstone projects
Membership in one or more professional societies, with a desire to pursue leadership roles within those societies
Able and willing to collaborate with other departmental faculty and other academic units on campus, including student organizations
A commitment to lifelong learning by means of professional development, applied research, publication and/or engineering practice
A commitment to inclusiveness for all students in teaching, learning and advising
An energetic, humble, positive attitude with an approachable educational style
A complete application includes:
Cover letter expressing interest and qualifications for the position,
Complete curriculum vitae
A one-page statement on the candidate’s teaching philosophy
Names, affiliations, phone numbers and email addresses for a minimum of three professional references, with a very brief description of relationship between the candidate and referee
It is expected that the finalist’s appointment be made at the Assistant Professor rank, but outstanding candidates will be considered for appointment at the Associate Professor or Professor rank. Academic rank and salary are commensurate on the candidate’s prior experience and qualifications.
Review of applications will be ongoing upon receipt. Applications received by November 15, 2019 will be given full consideration. Review of applications will continue until the position has been filled. Candidates who do not meet the items listed in the requirements section above will not be considered.
Candidates must apply on MilwaukeeJobs using the "Apply Now" option and upload all applications materials in one single PDF under the "Resume Upload" portion of the application.
Nominations and inquiries of interest may be directed to:
Todd Davis, Ph.D., P.E.
Associate Professor and Search Committee Chair
1025 N. Broadway
Milwaukee, WI 53202
The above statements reflect the general details necessary to describe the principle functions of the occupation described and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be inherent in the occupation. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Job Code: 111
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