Primary Purpose of Position
The primary responsibilities for this position include teaching undergraduate and graduate level courses, conducting cutting edge research, attracting extramural research funding, student mentoring, recruitment, and advising; curriculum development, conducting scholarly activities and all other activities required for a successful academic career. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to, actively engaging in accreditation procedures; service to the department, College, University and relevant professional communities; and being an engaged university citizen.
Those that apply to this position will also be considered for an identical position (#001527) . These are tenure track Architectural Engineering positions.
Primary Function of Organizational Unit
North Carolina A & T State University is a public land grant university that enrolls over 12,700 students. The College of Engineering, with over 2100 students, has EAC ABET accredited undergraduate programs in Architectural, Bio, Biological, Civil, Chemical, Computer, Electrical, Industrial, and Mechanical Engineering, as well as a CAC ABET-accredited program Computer Science. The College also has 8 Masters of Science Degree programs, and 5 Doctoral programs. The 5 cross-departmental research cluster areas of the College are: Energy and Sustainability, Complex Systems and Networks, Cybersecurity and Resilience, Autonomous Systems, and Healthcare Applications.
Additional information about the College and the University can be found at www.ncat.edu/coe
The Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering (CAEE) Department is one of 7 departments in the College of Engineering. The department offers a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering and architectural engineering and a master’s degree in civil engineering. CAEE Faculty actively engage in research and supervise, mentor, and graduate doctoral students via one of the 5 doctoral programs of the College. For more information about the CAEE Department see: https://www.ncat.edu/coe/departments/caee/index.php
Successful candidates for this position must have an earned doctorate in architectural engineering, closely-related discipline, or licensure as an architect or earned by the date appointment. Proven experience and progressive accomplishments in architectural engineering and or architecture; significant publications in architecture-relevant research and teaching; experience in leading and inspiring others, program development, and a collaborative spirit. The successful candidate must be a strong communicator who values students and is driven to create leading-edge opportunities for their benefit.
Preferred Years Experience, Skills, Training, Education
Demonstrated ability and experiences in teaching and research are highly desirable.
Able to work well with faculty, staff, students, administrators, and external constituencies; and has a commitment to diversity, collegiality, and shared governance.
Additional information about the College can be found at http://www.ncat.edu/coe.