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Assistant/Associate Collegiate Professor or Professor of PracticePosting # 515219 - Download

The Charles E. Via, Jr. Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE) and the Program in Real Estate at Virginia Tech seek applications to fill a faculty position at the rank of Assistant/Associate Collegiate Professor or Assistant/Associate Professor of Practice. We are seeking candidates motivated to contribute to a collegial, interdisciplinary community in several core mission areas of the university. The primary duties associated with this position will be teaching undergraduate courses offered by the CEE Department and Program in Real Estate related to the areas of land development engineering, commercial real estate development, land entitlement, and professional and legal issues in civil engineering. However, there may be instances when the person in this position could be called upon to teach in one or more disciplinary areas within the CEE Department.

Faculty position in Vecellio Construction Engineering and Management Program -  Download

This position will be listed and open for application by or before August 10, 2021.

Tenure-track Faculty Position in Coastal Engineering - Posting # 516095

The successful candidate will join the Center for Coastal Studies (, which brings together 50+ faculty from eight of the nine academic colleges of Virginia Tech. The Center is affiliated with the Global Systems Science Destination Area ( that is focused on the study of the dynamic interplay among natural and social systems. Faculty working together in this area are collaborating toward transdisciplinary solutions to critical social problems emergent from human activity and environmental change. Work in this area also embraces equity in the human condition by seeking the equitable distribution and availability of physical safety and well-being, psychological well-being, respect for human dignity, and access to crucial material and social resources throughout the world’s diverse communities.

The successful candidate will contribute to teaching, research, and service activities within the Department’s Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Program, and to service activities in the College and University. Responsibilities include developing a nationally/internationally recognized and externally funded research program, mentoring and supervising doctoral and master’s students, and teaching undergraduate and graduate courses.