Adjunct Civil Engineering: Water Resources Instructor
The University of St. Thomas School of Engineering invites applications for an Adjunct Faculty member to teach Water Resources in the 2020 Spring Semester.
The water resources course topics includes water resources engineering, hydrological cycle, analysis, urban hydrology; design elements of pipe and channel flow including groundwater flow, distribution systems, pumping systems, reservoirs and storm sewer collection systems; and overview of design of water and wastewater systems.
The University of St. Thomas embraces diversity, inclusion, and equal opportunity for all. Our convictions of dignity, diversity and personal attention call us to embody and champion a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment. We welcome applicants of diverse races, ethnicities, geographic origins, gender identities, ages, socioeconomic backgrounds, sexual orientations, religions, work experience, physical and intellectual abilities and financial means. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. This commitment is consistent with our university mission: Inspired by Catholic intellectual tradition the University of St. Thomas educates students to be morally responsible leaders who think critically, act wisely and work skillfully to advance the common good. A successful candidate will possess a commitment to the ideals of this mission.
Minimum qualifications include a master’s degree in civil engineering, or closely related field; and successful candidates will be highly qualified individuals who have content expertise in water resources with appropriate degrees and experience.
For full consideration, materials should be submitted online at www.stthomas.edu/jobs. Review of application materials will continue until the position is filled. Candidates will be asked to copy/paste a position-specific cover letter for the application, and include a CV.
Established in 1885, the University of St. Thomas is located in the major metropolitan area of Minneapolis-St. Paul, and is Minnesota’s largest private university. Its 10,000 students pursue degrees in a wide range of liberal arts, professional, and graduate programs.