Civil and Environmental Engineering

Thursday, October 25, 2012
Job Type: 
Job Rank: 
Assistant/Associate Professor
Job Institution: 
Manhattan College
Job Description: 

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Manhattan College invites applications from outstanding individuals for a tenure-track position at the assistant or associate professor rank in the area of physical and chemical treatment. Candidates must have earned a doctorate in civil or environmental engineering, or a closely related field. We are especially interested in candidates with expertise in water treatment, advanced water treatment processes (AOPs, membranes, R.O., Ion exchange, etc.), water reuses, environmental nano-technology, hazardous/industrial waste treatment or site remediation. Applicants must have potential or proven ability to develop a nationally recognized research program, must have excellent communication skills, and must have a strong commitment to teaching courses at the undergraduate and graduate (masters) levels. The successful applicant is expected to have or be eligible to obtain Professional Engineering licensure. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply. Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, a full curriculum vitae, and a teaching vision statement. Applicants must also submit a research vision statement, specifically indicating how they could interact with or collaborate with other department faculty. Each of the vision statements should be no more than two pages in length. The letter, curriculum vitae, vision statements and the names and full contact information of at least three references should be submitted electronically to All questions regarding this position can be directed to Dr. Kevin J. Farley, Search Committee Chair ( Information about the Manhattan College Environmental Engineering Program can be found at Review of applications will begin on January 15, 2013 and will continue until the position is filled.