The mission of the Civil Engineering Department is to prepare students for productive careers in industry and government by providing an excellent education incorporating modern material labs that support soil sampling, classification and testing, field sampling equipment as well as asphalt and concrete mix design and testing capability.
The Civil Engineering Department offers hands-on learning, which is a hallmark of an Oregon Tech education. The newly renovated civil labs allow for exploration using state-of-the-art equipment. Faculty instruction is well supported with discipline-specific software, an excellent IT department, a dedicated civil lab technician, and Canvas as the learning management system. Our civil engineering student body of 120 students is curious and enthusiastic in the classroom and looks forward to your engaging instruction.
Our graduates are in high demand in industry because employers recognize that our students come prepared to be immediately productive as a member of their organization. This is one of the reasons our employment rates for all civil engineering programs are over 90%, with most students having job offers months before graduation.
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Oregon Institute of Technology, an Oregon public university, is seeking candidates for an academic full-time, Assistant Professor position for The College of Engineering, Management, and Technology in the Department of Civil Engineering Technology.
A qualified applicant should have a strong background in geotechnical engineering. This individual would also be expected to teach approximately three geotechnical and/or fundamental engineering courses per term from sophomore through graduate level. Job duties are primarily instructional, so a focus on high-quality instruction is important. Civil faculty are also expected to maintain high-quality professional development and service to the profession which includes, but is not limited to, externally funded collaborative research.
While the primary job duties are teaching and advising, this tenure track position has additional institutional and professional development expectations that allow for a robust professional work environment. Professional development may include but is not limited to the publication of scholarly works, applied research, collaboration with industrial partners, grant writing, or consulting activities. Institutional service may include on-campus committee membership and participation in departmental initiatives.
Oregon Tech’s Civil Engineering Department is committed to inclusive thought and action in support of our diverse community. Individuals from historically underrepresented groups and all those who share our commitment to inclusivity and passion for the strength of our diversity are strongly encouraged to apply.
- An earned doctoral degree in civil engineering or a closely related field.
- Prior industry or teaching experience.
- Eligible for licensure as a professional engineer.
- Demonstrated experience writing proposals for and securing grants and contracts
Any offer of employment to a successful candidate will be conditioned upon the University’s receipt of a satisfactory background check, motor vehicle check, physical abilities check, and/or any other conditions of employment contained in the vacancy announcement.