Faculty - School of Engineering, Mathematics and Science
For the upcoming 2013-2014 academic year, Robert Morris
Unviersity is recruiting for full-time faculty positions. Under the
leadership of President Gregory Dell'Omo and Provost David Jamison, the
University is committed to continuing and enhancing the academic rigor of our
programs. RMU enrolled the three largest incoming classes in its history the
past three years, and the academic profile of our students continues to grow.
Robert Morris University's School of Engineering,
Mathematics and Science is accepting applications for full-time faculty
Assistant Professor - Actuarial Science
and Mathematics. Candidates should possess a doctorate in actuarial science,
mathematics or statistics, and have teaching and research interests in Actuarial
Science. Ideally, candidates will possess a professional actuarial
qualification, or be well-advanced toward accreditation by the SOA or CAS.
Industry experience will be given strong consideration. The successful candidate
will teach and advise students in a "full- service" actuarial program, be
capable of teaching a variety of courses covering the preliminary actuarial exam
syllabi, and demonstrate the ability to maintain an active program of
Assistant/Associate Professor -
Mechanical Engineering . Candidates are sought in Mechanical Engineering with
teaching and research interests in thermo-fluids, engineering mechanics,
kinematics, machine design, and computer-aided engineering and design.
Candidates should expect to teach basic engineering courses and possess
excellent experimental abilities along with appropriate analytical and
computational skills. An earned PhD in Mechanical Engineering or a closely
related discipline is required; industrial experience, a proven research record,
and the ability to teach basic engineering courses are preferred.
Assistant/Associate Professor - General
Engineering . Qualified candidates are sought in General Engineering with
teaching and research interests in Introduction to Engineering, Engineering
Design Graphics, Engineering Statistics, Engineering Materials, Statics and
Strength of Materials, Circuits and Electromagnetics. These faculty members may
also be expected to teach in biomedical, industrial/ manufacturing, and
mechanical engineering programs. Excellent experimental abilities are necessary
along with appropriate analytical and computational skills. An earned PhD in
Engineering is required; industrial experience, a proven research record, and
the ability to teach in multiple engineering courses listed above are preferred.
Applicants should submit a letter of interest, current vitae and list of three
academic and/or professional references via email to
SEMS@rmu.edu , c/o Dr. Maria Kalevitch, Dean,
or mail to Robert Morris University, Attn: Dr. Maria Kalevitch, Dean, SEMS, 6001
University Boulevard, Moon Township, PA
Salaries are market-competitive
and commensurate with qualification and experience.
Anticipated start date is Fall 2013.
All positions are dependent upon final budgetary