The College of Aeronautics is seeking to fill multiple full-time faculty positions with faculty that have a diverse skill set to teach the undergraduate aeronautical science, aviation management, and graduate programs. Applicants will be considered for assistant, associate, or professor academic ranks. The positions need to be filled in time to begin the fall 2021 semester.
Candidates should expect to teach up to four undergraduate courses or three graduate courses or a mix of undergraduate/graduate courses. Courses include one or more of the following areas:
• Pilot ground courses • UAS • Air transport operations • Aviation management and business simulation • Aviation safety and law • Physical science • Meteorology • ATC • Human factors • Graduate statistics
Other responsibilities: • Advise students on academic matters and career planning. • Serve on Division, School, and University committees as assigned. • Obtain external funding to conduct research.
Credible professional aviation experience and certifications/licensing as applicable
Ph.D. degree in an aviation or related field
University teaching experience in two or more of the subject areas listed above
Experience in Part 121, Part 135, or corporate aviation
Experience with learning management systems and virtual communication technology
Current pilot qualifications, if applicable
History of research and publication
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