Classification Summary- The Department of Civil Engineering at New Mexico State University (NMSU) invites applicants to apply for multiple tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant or Associate Professor levels in the general area of structural engineering. NMSU has its home in Las Cruces with a warm climate and a vibrantly diverse culture. The successful candidates will be committed to teaching excellence and expected to develop and sustain an externally funded research program. The selected individual will teach undergraduate and graduate courses in structural engineering, advise undergraduate and graduate students, and serve the department, college, university and professional community. A strong background in advanced manufacturing or construction (such as 3-D printing with concrete), bridge engineering, machine learning in civil engineering, automated construction or mechatronics, advanced materials with civil engineering applications, energy infrastructure, computational modeling, blast mechanics or micro-mechanical modeling is desirable but not necessary for applicants.
NMSU is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer
The successful applicant will be required to have an earned doctoral degree in Civil Engineering or closely related engineering field by the time of appointment.
Internal Number: 197696
About New Mexico State University
New Mexico State University is a comprehensive land-grant institution of higher learning accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Universities. An active research university, NMSU anchors the southern end of New Mexico’s Rio Grande Research Corridor, exceeding $140 million in research and public service expenditures. NMSU is classified as a Hispanic-serving institution by the federal government with a total minority enrollment over 48%. Home to the state’s NASA Space Grant Program, NMSU is located in Las Cruces, which features desert mesas, the farmlands of the Rio Grande Valley, and the Organ Mountains, an extension of the Rocky Mountain chain. The University is committed to building a cultural diverse educational environment.