The School of Nuclear Science and Engineering invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 9-month, tenure-track (Annual), Assistant/Associate or Full Professor position.
The School of Nuclear Science & Engineering is one of five units in the College of Engineering. The mission of the School is to provide world-class education so students can become industry, academic, and policy leaders driving the future of nuclear science worldwide. The curriculum encompasses the broad areas of nuclear and radiation sciences, engineering, and technology. The School has approximately 200 undergraduate and 200 graduate students. The faculty includes 14 tenure/tenure-track members, with areas of specialization that include nuclear reactor physics, thermal hydraulics, computational methods, radiation detection and measurement, nuclear security and nonproliferation, nuclear materials, health physics, and radiochemistry.
The individual in this position is expected to perform a combination of duties related to teaching and advising in nuclear engineering and/or radiation health physics, advancing research and other scholarly activities in the area of nuclear science and engineering, and performing service activities. Duties will support the vision, mission and goals of the School, College and University.
The School of Nuclear Science & Engineering as a unit of the College of Engineering has committed to being a national model of inclusivity and collaboration. We strive to develop a community of faculty, students, and staff that is inclusive, collaborative, diverse, and centered on student success. We seek applicants who will broaden our capacity to advance student success and close gaps across demographic groups.
Typically requires PhD or terminal degree (Masters for some Extension positions and MLS for Library positions), demonstrated ability to teach in a classroom Extension, or other setting, and develop a research program in the academic discipline/unit.
For Individuals seeking rank of Assistant Professor
PhD in nuclear engineering, radiation health physics, or closely related field.
Demonstrated effectiveness as a communicator (e.g., written, oral, and visual/graphical communication).
Proven ability to work effectively in and collaborate within interdisciplinary teams.
Demonstrated potential for establishing a productive, externally funded research program in a nuclear-related field.
Demonstrated potential to effectively teach introductory and advanced courses in the nuclear engineering and/or radiation health physics undergraduate and graduate curricula and to develop new courses that serve these programs.
Demonstrated commitment to the promotion of equity, diversity and inclusion.
For individuals seeking the rank of Associate Professor and Full Professor:
Candidate should meet the OSU teaching, advising, research and service criteria for appointment at the desired ranks. [See the OSU Faculty Handbook for details.]
For all ranks:
This position is designated as a critical or security-sensitive position; therefore, the incumbent must successfully complete a criminal history check and be determined to be position qualified as per OSU Standard 576-055-0000 et seq. Incumbents are required to self-report convictions.
Additional Salary Information: Salary to Commensurate with Training, Education and Experience
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