The successful candidate’s primary teaching responsibility will be introductory courses in construction project engineering and management; however, the ability to teach general civil and environmental engineering undergraduate courses is required. Depending on interests and expertise, the candidate will teach courses which may include: Statics, Green Building Design, Building Information Modeling, Site Design, Water and Wastewater Treatment, Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Systems, Geo-Environmental Engineering, and other courses as may align with the applicant’s professional experience.
The expectation is that the instructor will teach and develop curriculum for nominally five or six courses per year, including both undergraduate and graduate courses. The instructor will also be responsible for student advising, department service, and outreach to professional and alumni constituents.
Applicants must hold either a Ph.D. or an M.S. in civil engineering, environmental engineering, or a closely related discipline. Current professional registration or the ability to become a registered professional engineer within two years is required.
About University of New Hampshire
The University of New Hampshire is an R1 Carnegie classification research institution providing comprehensive, high-quality undergraduate and graduate programs of distinction. UNH is located in Durham on a 188-acre campus, 60 miles north of Boston and 8 miles from the Atlantic coast, and is convenient to New Hampshire's lakes and mountains. There is a student enrollment of 13,000 students, with a full-time faculty of over 600, offering 90 undergraduate and more than 70 graduate programs. The University actively promotes a dynamic learning environment in which qualified individuals of differing perspectives, life experiences, and cultural backgrounds pursue academic goals with mutual respect and shared inquiry.