Architectural Engineering Faculty Position at Oklahoma State University

Oklahoma State University School of Architecture is accepting applications to fill one tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level in Architectural Engineering. The successful candidate will teach structural engineering design courses as well as core engineering courses (Statics or Strengths), and have a second emphasis in construction management. Additionally, the candidate may offer a specialty course in a technical topic closely related to building design, and is expected to develop a creative and scholarly agenda that contributes to the mission and goals of the school, college, and university.

The programs in the School of Architecture are ABET and NAAB accredited and depend on a dedicated faculty of 18 professors working as a close-knit team and serving a student body of 350.  For 113 years, the program has been professionally educating architects and architectural engineers, combining a strong design and problem-solving curriculum with an emphasis on technology and building systems integration.  The School’s state-of-the-art facilities support faculty and students in their educational endeavors and scholarly pursuits.  The School of Architecture fosters a collegial atmosphere among the faculty, most notably through team-taught design studios.  Collaborative and multi-disciplinary research and scholarship are valued and embraced through the School’s integration of accredited undergraduate programs in architecture and architectural engineering as well as its role in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology. For further information about the school, faculty, and degree programs – visit

Contact Professor Bilbeisi, the Head of the School of Architecture, at

Interested applicants will apply online at, and provide the following via electronic PDF files:

Curriculum Vitae;

Statement of Teaching Philosophy (1 page);

Statement of Scholarship Interests (1 page);

10-15 sheet portfolio of professional/creative;

work and/or student design work;

references, with contact information

Screening of applicants will begin January 1, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.  The successful candidate will join the faculty August 1, 2022.  Please submit questions to the Chair of the Search Committee, Professor John Phillips at

Oklahoma State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/E-verify employer committed to diversity. OSU-Stillwater is a tobacco-free campus.

Applicants must submit (1) single pdf document providing: electronic copies of their curriculum vitae, a one-page statement of teaching philosophy, a one-page statement of scholarship interests, and at least three references. Candidates may also submit up to a 10-sheet portfolio of their professional work, creative work, and/or students’ work.

This position will require the incumbent to have documented proof of full Covid-19 vaccination status or an approved accommodation through the OSU Office of Equal Opportunity upon hire.

Required Qualifications:

Candidates must be able to teach introductory and advanced level structural engineering courses and core engineering courses, instruct students in the methods and applications of professional practice, aid students in professional design projects and thesis research, and contribute to architectural design studios. Professional License (PE or SE).

The responsibilities of the job include teaching courses; supervising the efforts of student assistants; serving under applicable regulations on a graduate student committees; advising students on curricular and career choices; assisting student organizations; serving on departmental, college and university committees; assuming major responsibilities for those areas assigned by the school head.  An Assistant Professor is expected to begin developing scholarly and professional maturity as evidenced, variously, by publication of conferences; development of substantial course and curriculum materials and active participation in appropriate technical societies.  Candidates are expected to develop a scholarly agenda as well as participate in academic and professional service.

Preferred Qualifications:

Preference will be given to candidates who have a Master of Architectural Engineering or equivalent advanced engineering degree with a professional license (PE or SE) and significant practice experience, or those who have a Ph.D.