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Full Professor of Environmental Engineering and State Director of EPSCoR – The University of Vermont
The University of Vermont (UVM) invites applications for a tenured environmental engineering full professor in Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE) to start as early as Fall 2021. The candidate will manage the State of Vermont’s Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) in the broad area of water and sustainability at the nexus of human and natural systems. As a tenured faculty in CEE, the candidate will be expected to maintain an active program of externally-funded research, contribute to two ABET-accredited (Civil, Environmental) undergraduate and one MS/PhD program, as well as teach courses in their area of expertise. The University of Vermont is an EO/EA/AA employer. See detailed job description and apply online: https://www.uvm.edu/cems/cee-epscor. Full consideration deadline: 2/16/2021. Inquiries: Professor Britt A. Holmén, email@example.com.
Wildlands Engineering is seeking a dynamic individual to join our growing company in our Charlotte, NC office. We are looking for a Project Manager or Senior Project Manager with a background in stream and wetland design, stormwater management, hydrologic/hydraulic modeling, construction document production, construction management, and project management. This position will involve managing and leading projects with complex ecosystem restoration designs through the assessment, design, permitting, construction, and post-construction monitoring phases. Projects may include design of streams, wetlands, and watershed improvements; hydrologic and hydraulic models; watershed planning; and/or new and retrofit stormwater best management practices (BMPs). This is an important position that will be charged with major client management, leading design philosophy, overseeing large project budgets and schedules, and working with contractors on major project implementation.
Manage technical design, budget, and schedule of complex stream and wetland mitigation projects.
Interpret ecological site assessments and set design goals.
Oversee successful implementation of ecosystem restoration through design, permitting, construction, and post-construction monitoring.
Effectively communicate and coordinate with team members, clients, and stakeholders.
Meet multiple deadlines with a willingness to react positively to changes in priorities.
8 to 20 years of progressive experience working with the ecologic and hydrologic processes important to ecosystem restoration in the Southeastern United States.
Undergraduate degree in engineering, geology, environmental science, or a related field is required. A graduate degree in engineering, geology, environmental science, or a related field is preferred.
Licensure as a Professional Engineer (PE) or Engineering Intern (EI) or the ability to obtain NC licensure by reciprocity is preferred.
Experience managing large ecosystem restoration projects, storm water projects, or similar projects is preferred.
Experience with AutoCAD Civil 3D.
Experience with hydraulic, hydrologic, and/or watershed modeling.
Experience preparing technical reports, construction plans and technical specifications, construction cost estimates, and construction administration.
Must have valid driver’s license.
Ability to frequently walk over rough, uneven surfaces.
Ability to sustain periods of strenuous physical exertion.
Ability to lift up to 50 pounds.
Part of the job requirements and the physical demands are performed in outdoor weather conditions with frequent exposure to wet/humid conditions and extreme heat or cold. Other adverse factors may include exposure to ticks and poison ivy.
For more information, please visit: http://www.wildlandseng.com/career-opportunities/
Tenure-Track Engineering Position
Elon University seeks applicants for a tenure-track position in engineering at the assistant professor level beginning in mid-August 2021. The ideal candidate will support the development of a new environmental engineering concentration within Elon’s existing engineering program, support the establishment of a new environmental engineering laboratory, and pursue an undergraduate environmental engineering/science research program at Elon. Both an undergraduate engineering degree and a PhD in engineering or related discipline are required. Potential for excellence in teaching lower level undergraduate engineering courses is essential, as is integrating undergraduate students into a research agenda, advising and mentoring students, and contributing to the growth of the engineering program. The ideal candidate will be interested in contributing to Elon’s interdisciplinary Core Curriculum program and appropriate interdisciplinary programs and minors; and advance strategic efforts to address inequities and to promote diversity and inclusion in the program.
Review will begin on November 30, 2020, and will continue until the position is filled. Send electronically: letter of application, curriculum vitae, statements of teaching philosophy, research plans, diversity statement, graduate and undergraduate transcripts, and three letters of support to Engineering Search Committee, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name in the subject line. For questions about the position, please contact the chair of the search committee at: email@example.com. Candidates who have experience working with a diverse range of people, and who can contribute to the climate of inclusivity are encouraged to identify their experiences in their cover letter. Elon is a dynamic private, co-educational, comprehensive institution that is a national model for actively engaging faculty and students in teaching and learning in a liberal arts based residential campus. To learn more about Elon, please visit the University web site at www.elon.edu. Elon University is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse faculty, staff and student body and welcomes all applicants.
Hydrology of Intermittent Streams (PhD Position)
The Aquatic Intermittency effects on Microbiomes in Streams (AIMS) team is seeking three graduate students to begin Fall 2021 studying the hydrology and hydrogeology of intermittent streams in the Southeastern Forest, Mountain West, and Great Plains ecosystems. The students will generate new understanding of intermittent stream hydrology across the US, and also provide a hydrological basis for understanding biogeochemical and microbial processes. Therefore, an interest in collaborative, interdisciplinary research is essential for all positions.
University of Alabama
Focus: Hydrologic storage and connectivity of headwater streams
Supervisor: Nate Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org)
More info and to apply: ecohydrology.ua.edu
Idaho State University
Focus: Nested spatiotemporal drying patterns and their drivers
Supervisor: Sarah Godsey (email@example.com)
More info and to apply: https://www.isu.edu/geosciences/graduate/ph.d.-geosciences/
University of Kansas/Kansas Geological Survey
Focus: Groundwater-surface water interactions
Supervisor: Sam Zipper (firstname.lastname@example.org)
More info and to apply: https://www.samzipper.com/join/
These three students will work closely with each other and also with 8 other project graduate students who will be studying biogeochemistry and microbial ecology (full list of AIMS graduate positions here). All students will take a cross-institutional Team Science and Collaboration course in their first year, receive support for data science instructor training through The Carpentries Foundation, have opportunities to mentor undergraduate research projects, and will work with an amazing team of scientists.
Graduate studentship: University of South Carolina – Floating Treatment Wetlands
Dr. William Strosnider at the University of South Carolina Baruch Marine Field Laboratory is recruiting a PhD student in applied ecology to start in the summer of 2021.
Research will center on advancing the science and engineering of floating treatment wetlands (FTWs). Specific avenues of investigation may include the water quality influences, habitat value, microbial community composition, and plant species suitability of various FTW configurations across nutrient and salinity gradients. The selected candidate will also pioneer the development of a new generation of sustainable FTW designs.
The research will include observational, experimental, and modeling components with flexibility for the student to develop their own program of inquiry along a gradient between ecology and engineering (ecological engineering). Year-round support (including health benefits & tuition) will be provided through a mixture of teaching and research assistantships. Experimental and observational work will be based at Baruch Marine Field Laboratory, with the expectation of substantial periods in residence on-site. Interested individuals should contact Dr. William Strosnider via email (email@example.com) to discuss their background and research interests.