Position: Assistant Professor of
Biological & Agricultural Engineering
Tenure track, full time, 12-month year,
50% teaching, 50% research
Location: University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
Responsibilities / Duties: Teaching and research in the area
of biological/agricultural environmental quality control for
natural resources with emphasis in water quality and one or
more of the following areas: Nonpoint/point source pollution
transport and modeling, land application of waste and
environmental analysis and measurement techniques. Teaching
responsibilities include senior level Biological Systems
Engineering, Environmental Water Quality and related courses in
biological/agricultural engineering and agricultural systems
management and the direction of graduate students.
Required Qualifications: Ph.D. in biological systems
engineering, agricultural engineering or a closely related
field with demonstrated experience in biological/agricultural
environmental water quality.
P.E., EIT or otherwise eligible for engineering registration in
the state of Idaho.
Aptitude and interest in teaching biological/agricultural
engineering and agricultural systems management courses.
Demonstrated knowledge of U.S. agricultural production/
processing systems and related infrastructure.
Ability to work cooperatively with other faculty, agency
personnel and producers.
Desired Qualifications: Experience in teaching and research
including teaching undergraduate courses in both biological/
agricultural engineering and agricultural systems management.
Demonstrated aptitude in teaching graduate biological/
agricultural engineering courses and directing graduate
Experience in preparation of research proposals, conducting
research including field research, preparation of research
papers and presentation of research results at technical
meetings, before agency personnel and producer groups.
Practical experience including agency/industry experience,
consulting or extension work.
Knowledge of governmental regulations and controls related to
environmental water quality.
Salary and Benefits: University academic rank and salary
commensurate with qualifications. Benefits include life and
health insurance plans, retirement plan, annual and sick leave,
and a sabbatical leave program.
Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted until
there is a suitable number of qualified applicants and will
close no earlier than April 15, 1996.
Applications and Inquiries: Applicants should send a complete
resume, transcripts, and the names and addresses of at least
three references. Preference will be given to applicants with
U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status.
Applications and inquiries concerning the position should be
Dr. Behzad Izadi
Department of Biological & Agricultural Engineering
University of Idaho
Moscow, ID 83844-0904
phone (208) 885-6562
fax (208) 885-7908
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
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