North Carolina State University, Forest Biomaterials Department Raleigh, NC, USA
Aug 12, 2019Full time
Open Rank Non Tenure Track Assistant/ Associate / Full Professor of the Practice Industrial & Product Design North Carolina State University Vacancy Type: Non-Tenure-Track Faculty Is Internal Transfer Only: No Working Title: Open Rank Non Tenure Track Assistant/ Associate / Full Professor of the Practice Industrial & Product Design Anticipated Hiring Range: Based on rank and commensurate with education, experience and credentials Position Number: 00007455 Work Schedule: M-F 8a-5p; additional hours may be required Full Time Equivalent (FTE) : 1.00 Department: 150301 - Forest Biomaterials Department: Forest Biomaterials Job City & State: Raleigh, NC Primary Function of Organizational Unit The Department of Forest Biomaterials is part of NC State Universitys College of Natural Resources and offers comprehensive undergraduate and graduate programs in Sustainable Materials and Technology and in Paper Science and Engineering. We are located in Raleigh, North Carolina, and our activities include teaching, research, extension programming, continuing education, and technical services that benefit the forest products, housing, biomaterials, paper and pulp, and bioenergy industries. Essential Job Duties: The Department of Forest Biomaterials seeks to fill a non-tenure track faculty position open rank Professor of the Practice. Rank will be determined based upon education and professional experience. The successful candidates will demonstrate a capacity for conducting unique creative work that emphasizes sustainable design pursued through technological, environmental, and/or economic innovation, application of design principles, and/or the equitable distribution of resources (natural, man-made, and cultural). The appointee is expected to assume a leadership role at NCSU in developing new directions in sustainable industrial/product design. In addition to the activities described above, the appointee will teach in the undergraduate and graduate programs, and collaboratively participate in the activities, service, and life of the department, university, and the broader academic, professional, commercial and/or public communities. Successful candidates will demonstrate an ability to teach a combination of practice-based studio classes and large lecture courses. Additional desirable skills and experience include (i) the ability to obtain extramural funding and relationships with industry and/or communities, and (ii) a demonstrable history of innovation, especially in the advancement of sustainable industrial/product design.