The Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department at Texas A&M University seeks qualified applicants to establish an integrated teaching and research program of national recognition that will positively address the water resource needs in Texas, the nation, and/or internationally, This ten-month, 45% teaching, 45% research, and 10% service position will teach undergraduate and graduate courses, direct graduate research, establish a publication record, and attract extramural funding. Applicants should possess an earned Ph.D. in an appropriate engineering discipline.
Required Experience: Demonstrated potential for leading a research and teaching programs, with documented expertise in water resources engineering. Experience in one or more of the following areas: surface or subsurface hydrology (skilled in observational techniques, process modeling, or stochastic modeling), water resources systems, irrigation and drainage, water system resilience under climate change, or integration of big data and artificial intelligence tools into water management/hydrologic systems.
Preferred Experience: Experience in applying advanced computer modeling or field observational techniques, multi-scale hydrologic process understanding, or systems analysis tools to water resource applications. Demonstrated success in grantsmanship, innovative and effective instruction in related subject matter; experience in two or more of the areas listed for required experience.
For details and application instructions go to https://baen.tamu.edu/about/employment.
Review of applications begins January 7, 2019.
The Texas A&M System is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer committed to diversity.
Location: College Station, TX
Job Type: Other
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