Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering

These positions are part of the Drexel Engineering Faculty Cluster Hiring initiative.

Smart, Integrated Cities

The Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering (CAEE) at Drexel University is pleased to invite applications for two tenure-track faculty positions at the assistant professor level under the broad theme of Smart, Integrated Cities with research expertise and interest in (1) Transportation Engineering or (2) Structures and Mechanics. We envision the successful candidates will work at the intersections of academic units across the College of Engineering to build a dynamic and exciting research program. Candidates must hold a PhD in civil, architectural, or structural engineering or closely related area by the September 1, 2022 start date. The successful candidate will be expected to further our educational mission by teaching select transportation engineering courses or structural analysis and design courses, respectively, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. A professional engineering license, or plan to obtain one, is desirable but not required.

Visit Careers at Drexel for a more detailed description and application instructions.

Energy and Sustainability

The Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering (CAEE) at Drexel University is seeking creative and collaborative tenure-track faculty at the Assistant Professor rank with research expertise and interest in the broad theme of Energy and Sustainability. The department is looking for candidates who can contribute to the richness of the student experience and will address critical issues in the built and natural environment. We envision a successful candidate will work at the intersections of academic units across the College of Engineering to build dynamic and exciting research in any one or more of the following areas: 1) Building systems or technologies, including modeling and data analytics, 2) Environmental issues related to resilience and vulnerability, 3) Impacts of climate, pollution, and land use, or 4) Sustainable cities and infrastructure needs for cities of the future. Candidates must hold a PhD in Architectural or Civil Engineering or closely related area by the September 1, 2022 start date. A professional engineering license is desirable but not required.

Visit Careers at Drexel for a more detailed description and application instructions.