The Fulton Schools of
Engineering at Arizona State University (ASU) seek applicants for a
nine-month tenure-track/tenured faculty position in hydrology and water
resources engineering. Research areas of interest include, but are not
limited to: water resources sustainability, hydrologic informatics,
and interactions of water infrastructure with climate, land cover change
or public health to grow and strengthen our efforts in the
Sustainable Water Initiative. We seek candidates that integrate multiple
tools, including field/remote sensing observations and advanced data
analysis and computational models.

Faculty in the Fulton Schools of Engineering are currently involved
in several multidisciplinary research and teaching efforts aimed at
addressing water resources sustainability challenges. Faculty are
engaged, for example, in the study of interactions of urban
infrastructure, climate and water, use of novel sensing platforms in the
built and natural environment, high performance computing of coupled
hydrologic and atmospheric flows, and development of decision support
systems for stakeholder engagement. Close collaborations also exist with
faculty across the university, including faculty from the Global
Institute of Sustainability, School of Earth and Space Exploration,
School of Life Sciences, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban
Planning and Decision Center for a Desert City. This search is aimed at
further broadening and strengthening this interdisciplinary
collaborative enterprise through complementary research and teaching
activities.

Successful candidates should have a Ph.D. degree in Civil or
Environmental Engineering or a field closely related to hydrology or
water resources engineering. Required qualifications also include
demonstrated evidence of research capability as appropriate to the
candidate’s rank and commitment to teaching excellence. Faculty members
are expected to develop an internationally recognized and externally
funded research program, adopt innovative educational practices in both
graduate and undergraduate instruction, advise students, and undertake
service activities. The successful candidate will be expected to teach
undergraduate and graduate courses that support the Sustainable Water
Initiative. Priority will be given to candidates whose research
interests address interdisciplinary challenges in the field.

Appointment will be at the assistant, associate or full professor
rank commensurate with the candidate’s experience and accomplishments,
beginning August 2014. Although the appointment may be in any of Fulton
Engineering’s five schools, the successful candidate is most likely to
be placed in the Civil, Environmental and Sustainable Engineering
program within the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built
Environment.

Review of applications will begin November 1, 2013. If not filled,
reviews will occur on the 1st and 15th of the month thereafter, until
the search is closed. To apply, submit as a single PDF file the
following: a current CV, statements describing research and teaching
interests and contact information for three references to
hydrosystems.engineering@asu.edu [1]

For more information or questions about this position, please write to
hydrosystems.inquiry@asu.edu [2]

Arizona State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative
action employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. See
ASU’s complete non-discrimination statement [3].

ASU offers applicants an opportunity to voluntarily self-disclose
information for the University’s affirmative action plan; applicants may
complete an EEO survey [4] for the position they are applying for online.

Information you’ll need to complete the survey:

Job Number: 10527
Job Title: Hydrology
Department Name: Engineering

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