Adjunct Instructor - Civil and Environmental Engineering (POOL Posting)
Location: Athens, Ohio
Internal Number: 47327
The Russ College of Engineering & Technology's Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Ohio University invites applications for Adjunct Instructors (non-tenure track) in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Candidates with prior experience teaching in-person or on-line courses and those who have practical experience in the focus areas are preferred.
Candidates with expertise in any of the following focus areas of Civil or Environmental Engineering should apply: construction engineering management, environmental, geotechnical, statistics, structural, or transportation.
M.S. degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering or a related field with an emphasis on the Civil or Environmental Engineering focus area to which you are applying;.
Ph.D. degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering or a related field, a PE license, and significant experience in the Civil or Environmental Engineering focus area to which you are applying.
Planning Unit: Russ College of Engineering & Technology
Department: Civil Engineering
Applicants may contact this person if they have questions about this position: Dr. Guy Riefler, Department Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org
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