Job Board 5/30-6/2

The following tenure track positions are now accepting applications:

Systems Design Engineering – George Soulis Chair in Systems Engineering (Closes August 1, 2023) From the linked posting:
“This tenured/tenure-track position will likely be filled at the rank of Associate or Full Professor … The Soulis Chair will possess significant engineering design experience in their scholarship and pedagogy focused on engineering design. The Chair will act as a leader and advocate for advancing methods of teaching holistic design of complex (or integrated) systems while emphasizing a commitment to design fundamentals. The Chair should possess a vision for the future of engineering design methodology that advances equity, sustainability, ethics, creativity, entrepreneurship, and community empowerment”

Systems Design Engineering – Societal and Environmental Systems (Closes July 31, 2023) From the linked posting:
“ The candidate’s expertise may be within or beyond of our existing application areas in energy, water, transportation, environment, climate, housing, conflict resolution, or resiliency. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with campus-wide institutes in these areas and others ( and-institutes). Methodological expertise in advanced simulation modeling, optimization, data driven methods, multiscale integrative modeling, multiple stakeholder decision making, remote sensing, stochastic non-linear agent-based modeling, or complex systems would complement our existing team.”

The University of South Alabama Department of Civil, Coastal, and Environmental Engineering is searching for a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in the area of Structural Engineering. Please see the attached announcement.

Florida Gulf Coast University is looking for a visiting assistant professor in civil engineering (with a focus in Geotechnical) for an anticipated one-year appointment starting in Fall 2023. For more information or to apply, please see:… 

This is a great opportunity for individuals looking to gain experience at a predominately undergraduate institution with an emphasis on collaborative and hands-on learning experiences. Please share with others who may be interested. Applications received by 1 June will receive priority consideration. 

The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest in Northern Wisconsin is currently hiring civil engineers, engineering technicians, heavy equipment operators, and maintenance mechanics through non-competitive direct hire authorities. The Forest Service offers flexible work schedules, a defined benefit retirement plan, eleven paid holidays, vacation and sick leave, and medical insurance. No mandatory overtime. Check the home page of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest ( for more information. There will be a live Q&A session on June 1st – see the website to register. The Federal Government is an equal opportunity employer.