Regional Campus: Rutgers University-New Brunswick
Posting Number: 16FA1183
The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey is pleased to announce its search for an outstanding tenure-track hire, with position start date of Fall 2017.
We are especially interested in candidates whose work contributes to advances in the manufacturing or energy field. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Engineering and have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Candidates must also have demonstrated capability and interests in fundamental contributions to engineering design, advanced simulations and digital integration, and/or robotics/automation. For the manufacturing position, preference will be given to candidates with prior expertise or with a strong desire to contribute to advances in bio and pharmaceutical manufacturing fields, medical devices, nano-technology, 3D printing, and other advanced manufacturing processes and fields of applications. For the energy position, candidates with a strong background in engineering and technology principles of distributed energy resources and microgrids are preferred.
Candidates are expected to develop an internationally recognized and externally funded research program. adopt innovative educational practices as they develop and teach graduate and undergraduate courses; advise and mentor graduate and undergraduate students; and participate in local and external service activities. Preferred rank is at the Assistant Professor level, however, applications at higher ranks will be considered for experienced applicants with exceptional records.
Home Location Campus: Busch (RU-New Brunswick)
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Candidates must have have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
3D printing, research, innovative manufacturing technologies manufacturing of medical devices and related fields.
Energy modeling and analyzes, renewable engineering, microgrids and distributed energy.
Department: Engn - Industrial Engineering