It is with great pleasure I share with you that the University of Vermont (UVM) invites applications for multiple tenure-track faculty positions in broad area of water/environment. I would greatly appreciate your forwarding this information to potential applicants you may know of. Thank you very much.
Endowed Chair in Watershed Science and Management (Position #015106) in the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources (RSENR).Full position descriptionThis position offers an opportunity to lead research and outreach on grand challenges regarding freshwater resources, with significant funding and staff to support the work. Requires a Ph.D. in watershed science, freshwater ecology, economics, natural resource policy and planning, engineering, environmental chemistry, hydrology, or related fields, as well as a strong record of successful, externally-funded research on watershed science and management, broadly defined. Applicants at the rank of Associate Professor and above will be considered but all applicants must have sufficient experience for appointment to an endowed Full Professorship with tenure.
Tenure-Track Full Professor of Environmental Engineering and State Director of EPSCoR (Position #00023331) in Civil and Environmental Engineering Department. The candidate’s research area should support existing applied and fundamental research in the department on biological, chemical, or physical processes in the broad area of water systems and sustainability in natural and engineered environments. The candidate will also serve as the State Director of Vermont’s Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) leading expansion of UVM’s research portfolio at the nexus of human and natural systems, as part of the position. EPSCoR establishes partnerships with government, higher education and industry and is designed to make lasting improvements in the state’s research infrastructure, capacity, and national competitiveness. Full position description
Tenure-Track Assistant or Associate Professor in Environmental Engineering (Position #006305) in Civil and Environmental Engineering Department. We seek candidates that complement existing research conducted within the department and across the university on physical, chemical, and biological processes for water and wastewater treatment and recovery of beneficial products from wastes, including those who combine experimental research with computational sciences. Priority will be given to individuals who can connect contemporary water and wastewater issues to regional, national, and global environmental and public health outcomes. Full position description
In addition to the above, we also have a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Engineering Mechanics and Materials (Position #004608). Full position descriptionThe successful candidates will actively advance diversity, inclusion, and equity at the University of Vermont and in the broader community. The University of Vermont is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer.