Several tenure-track faculty positions – School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, working with the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering ( at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia invites applications for up to three tenure-track faculty positions, with priority in areas Structural, Mechanical and Materials Engineering, and Transportation Systems Engineering. All of the school’s degree programs are ranked among the top five programs in America. Candidates will be considered at all levels in all research areas of the School, with an emphasis on multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary and transversal activities. Faculty candidates at the rank of Assistant Professor are sought in two particular areas: (1) Structural, Mechanical and Materials Engineering, with an emphasis on expertise in bridging infrastructure materials, mechanics and structural design. Skills and an interest in advanced experimental techniques and construction methods, additive manufacturing, artificial intelligence and/or data analysis are desired. (2) Transportation Systems Engineering, without restriction of research specialty. Outstanding faculty candidates in other areas of civil engineering including Environmental Engineering (ENVE), Building and Infrastructure Systems Engineering (CISE), Water Resources Engineering (WRE) and geosystems engineering (GEO), especially those with expertise in harnessing innovations in materials and data science to solve problems in these disciplinary areas.

Diversity is one of Georgia Tech’s strengths and one of the top priorities identified in our strategic plan. Georgia Tech is an equal educational and employment opportunity institution dedicated to building and sustaining a diverse community. We believe that diversity includes individual perspectives among people of different social, racial or ethnic origins, sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions, economic circumstances, personal characteristics, philosophical perspectives, different life experiences, beliefs, expectations, physical abilities and aspirations. Each of these characteristics, both singularly and in combination, contributes to the richness of the Georgia Tech community. Georgia Tech has policies to promote a healthy work-life balance and recognizes that attracting faculty may require meeting the needs of two careers.

Broadly, we seek candidates whose work contributes to the School’s interdisciplinary and cross-cutting research areas of smart cities, sustainable systems, healthy communities, and resilient infrastructure systems. In addition, the School seeks to expand its research and teaching expertise in interdisciplinary areas that address major global challenges. Preference will be given to applicants at the Assistant Professor level, but outstanding applicants at the Associate Professor or Professor level will be considered. Candidates must teach undergraduate and graduate courses and mentor a diverse student body. In addition to undergraduate and graduate teaching, each position requires a balance of research and service responsibilities. Applicants should have demonstrated or shown a clear potential for creative and independent research that would lead to a strong research program funded by extramural funds and national/international recognition.

Georgia Tech is a leading public research university located in the heart of Atlanta, a diverse and dynamic city with great economic and cultural strengths. The Institute is a member of the University System of Georgia, the Georgia Research Alliance, and the Association of American Universities. Georgia Tech prides itself on its high-quality student body, excellence-driven faculty, exceptional staff, technological resources, interdisciplinary culture, and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). The School of CEE is committed to building an inclusive intellectual community that reflects the diversity of the population it serves and particularly encourages applications from women and underrepresented groups.

Georgia Tech’s School of Civil and Environmental Engineering currently has approximately 630 undergraduate students, 400 graduate students, and 51 tenure-track faculty. Women make up 48% of the undergraduate population, and more than 26% of the undergraduate student population identifies as members of underrepresented minority groups. Thirteen faculty members are women and six faculty members identify as members of underrepresented minority groups. Twenty-three faculty members hold chairs or professorships, 30% of whom are female professors. The U.S. News and World Report 2023 rankings place the Civil Engineering undergraduate program at No. 2 and the Environmental Engineering undergraduate program at No. 3 in the nation. The corresponding graduate programs are ranked No. 3 and No. 3 respectively.

Applicants must submit: (1) an application letter indicating your area of ‚Äč‚Äčinterest; (2) a resume; (3) a statement of research interests; (4) a statement of your teaching philosophy, teaching interests, and counseling and mentoring philosophy; (5) a statement describing your understanding, past commitment, and plans for future activities to support DEI; and (6) the names and contact details of at least three references. Application documents should be uploaded as .PDF files via (Job ID: 250829) using the naming convention listed on the submission site. Inquiries can be directed to Dr. Jian Luo (, Chair of the CEE Faculty Search Committee. Screening of applications will begin on November 28, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.

A Ph.D. or equivalent qualification is required at the start of the appointment, and a background check must be completed prior to hiring.

Georgia Tech provides equal opportunity to all faculty, staff, students, and all other members of the Georgia Tech community, including applicants for admission and/or employment, contractors, volunteers, and participants in institutional programs, activities or services. Georgia Tech complies with all applicable laws and regulations governing equal opportunity in the workplace and in educational activities. Georgia Tech prohibits discrimination, including discriminatory harassment, on the basis of race, ethnic origin, ancestry, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetics, or veteran status in its programs, activities, employment, and admissions. This prohibition applies to faculty, staff, students, and all other members of the Georgia Tech community, including affiliates, guests, and guests.

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