Employment Opportunities


Drexel Engineering is engaged in a faculty cluster hire to facilitate interdisciplinary research and enhance strategic connections across colleges. We invite applicants for tenure-track assistant professor faculty positions across multiple departments in the cluster themes of energy and sustainability; smart, integrated cities; and health, wellness, and medicine. Drexel University’s College of Engineering strives to create a welcoming, diverse, and inclusive environment. Learn more about available positions.

Non-Tenure Track Teaching Faculty Positions

Assistant Teaching Professor in Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering

The Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering (CAEE) Assistant Teaching Professor will have two primary responsibilities: 1) teaching courses in the areas of engineering economics, statistics, numerical analysis, and other architectural and civil engineering topics, and 2) serving as the CAEE teaching laboratory coordinator. The candidate will additionally advise students on senior design projects, participate in department-wide curriculum development, and serve on committees to improve the instructional program. As laboratory coordinator, the candidate will manage the architectural, civil, and environmental teaching labs, including the development of the new architectural engineering teaching lab that will function as a smart building, HVAC, and indoor air quality instructional space.

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Assistant Teaching Professor in Computer Engineering

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Drexel University Assistant Teaching Professor is a full-time, non-tenure-track faculty position. Primary consideration will be given to candidates with expertise in cyber-security, computer science, and computer engineering and other related interdisciplinary and cross-cutting areas. Ideal candidates can develop and teach courses at the undergraduate and graduate level in on-campus, online, and hybrid modalities. Example course topics include cyber-physical systems, robotics, autonomous systems, hardware, internet, web-security, financial engineering, and other emerging areas. In addition, they will be encouraged to develop and teach laboratory courses and to advise students on senior design projects. The candidate will also contribute to department-wide curriculum development to maintain and improve the instructional program.

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Professional Staff Positions

Assistant Director of Digital Content & Operations

Responsible for project management and implementation of digital communications initiatives. Responsibilities include creating content and media; updating, monitoring, measuring, and analyzing the college’s website, email and other digital communications; and using analytics to assess performance and make recommendations to assure that initiatives are achieving the goals set for them. The assistant director leads the college in the creative use of digital communications technologies in support of internal relations, recruitment and retention of students and engagement with alumni, peer school and industry partners. The role ensures that digital content raises the college’s profile, elevates the brand, communicates effectively, and supports the activities of the college and its departments. Learn more

Laboratory Machinist III

The Laboratory Machinist produces machined parts by programming, building, and operating a computer numerical control (CNC) machine and other machining tools; maintaining quality and safety standards; instructing staff and students; maintaining equipment and a neat and clean working environment. Learn more.