NACOE Cohort Hire
Building Resilient and Sustainable Communities
The Norm Asbjornson College of Engineering at Montana State University is advancing a hiring initiative to increase diversity and fill 10 tenure track faculty positions in the college focused on building resilient and sustainable communities. Faculty hired as part of this cohort will be focused on developing engineered solutions to help communities prepare for threats, evaluate risks, and adapt to and recover from natural and human caused disruptions without compromising future generations. This initiative will build on current faculty research expertise in advanced composite materials, biofilms, biomaterials in manufacturing and construction, biological systems in industry and the environment, biomedical engineering, sustainable energy and power systems, sensors and optics, communication, data and information systems, water resources and water quality, sub-zero systems and processes, cybersecurity, machine learning and artificial intelligence. The faculty cohort will strengthen current capabilities and add new areas of relevant research. The initiative will add faculty across 4 departments: Chemical and Biological Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering and the Gianforte School of Computing. Faculty with cross disciplinary interests and skills are particularly encouraged to apply. Interested Candidates can apply at one of the following portals.
The initiative is especially interested in candidates who will contribute to the resilience and sustainability of the NACOE community through their experience, research, and service. MSU is a public land grant institution committed to building an excellent educational environment that is broadly accessible to those from diverse backgrounds. Applicants may include information about how they will contribute to this objective.
Equal Opportunity Employment
Montana State University values diverse perspectives and is committed to continually
supporting, promoting and building an inclusive and culturally diverse campus environment. MSU recognizes the importance of work-life integration and strives to be responsive to
the needs of dual career couples, https://www.montana.edu/hr/recruitment-guidelines/dualcareer.html.
Montana State University is committed to providing a working and learning environment free from discrimination. As such, the University does not discriminate in the admission, access to or conduct of its educational programs and activities nor in its employment policies and practices on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, creed, service in the uniformed services (as defined in state and federal law), veteran status, gender, age, political beliefs, marital or family status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation or preference. In support of the University’s mission to be inclusive and diverse, applications from qualified minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities are highly encouraged.
Montana State University makes accommodation for any known disability that may interfere with an applicant’s ability to compete in the hiring process or an employee’s ability to perform the duties of the job. To request an accommodation, contact the Human Resources Office, PO Box 172520, Montana State University, Bozeman MT 59717-2520; 406-994-3651; email@example.com .
In compliance with the Montana Veteran’s Employment Preference Act, MSU provides preference in employment to veterans, disabled veterans, and certain eligible relatives of veterans. To claim veteran’s preference please complete the veteran’s preference information located in the Demographics section of your profile.
MSU’s Non-Discrimination Policy and Discrimination Grievance Procedures can be located on the MSU Website: http://www.montana.edu/hr/affirmative_action_plan.html.