Construction Engineering and Management applicants should have expertise in areas such as construction engineering and construction management, virtual design, construction and building fabrication, lean construction and integrated project delivery, advanced technologies in construction, risk management and sustainable construction. This is a full-time tenure-track or tenured position and is open at the Assistant Professor and Associate Professor rank. The Construction Engineering and Management program is strongly supported by several generous endowments, including the Boldt Company and M.A. Mortenson Professorships. Applicants must have outstanding leadership skills, interest in participating with industry leader advisory boards, and ability to maintain and expand UW-Madison’s strong relationship with construction industry partners. The successful candidate will be supported by one of several endowed Professorship or Fellowship opportunities. For more information and to apply, please click http://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/cw/en-us/job/496567/faculty-position-in-construction-engineering-and-management
Structural Engineering applicants should have expertise in Structural Engineering to complement the faculty in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Areas of interest include development of new structural systems through large-scale laboratory experimentation; structural applications of new and non-traditional materials; rapidly deployable and reconfigurable structures; structural fuses with large deformation tolerance; new structural designs for improved blast and impact resistance; and use of self-sensing materials for immediate and long-term assessment of structural condition. This is a full-time tenure-track or tenured position and is open at the Assistant Professor and Associate Professor rank. Exceptional candidates will also be considered at the Full Professor rank. Faculty Scholar Fellowships and an endowed Professorship in Structural Engineering may be awarded to the successful candidate. The successful candidate will be supported by a $3.2 million expansion of the Jun and Sandra Lee Wisconsin Structures and Material Testing Laboratory currently under construction. For more information and to apply, please click http://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/cw/en-us/job/496530/faculty-position-in-structural-engineering
Applicants in all three areas are expected to develop and maintain innovative research programs on technological problems that are relevant to the needs of the profession and society; participate in and expand the undergraduate and graduate instruction in the areas of technical competence; and participate in faculty governance; participate in department, university, professional, and public service. Opportunities exist to collaborate with faculty in the Grainger Institute for Engineering (https://graingerinstitute.engr.wisc.edu), Wisconsin Energy Institute (https://energy.wisc.edu/), and with faculty throughout the college of engineering.