Posted on :
11 Oct, 2021
11 Oct, 2021
The University of Namibia is inviting suitably qualified candidates to apply for the vacant Professor/Associate Professor – Water Resources Engineering position, Department of Civil and Mining Engineering, Faculty of Agriculture, Engineering and Natural Sciences, School of Engineering and the Built Environment, JEDS Campus.
Job Title: Professor/Associate Professor (Water Resources Engineering)
Location: Ongwediva, Oshana Region, Namibia
Reference #: #ENG9909
Contract Type: Permanent
Teaching courses in the whole field of Hydro-Engineering at both undergraduate and postgraduate level (MSc Civil Engineering and MSc Water Resources Management degrees);
Supervise and mentor postgraduate students and be involved in department, university, and professional service;
Develop and maintain an internationally recognized, cross-disciplinary research program, and to be able to contribute to current running activities in the department and the university;
Establish a strongly externally-funded research programs that complements existing departmental strengths.
PhD and background expertise relevant to Civil and Environmental Engineering specifically in the area of Water Resources Engineering including Urban Water Systems (Water Supply & Urban Drainage), Infrastructure Planning, Wastewater Treatment & Solid Waste Management.
A commitment to excellence in undergraduate and postgraduate education in the above mentioned areas of Water Resources Engineering.
Successful postgraduate supervision or extensive mentorship in an industrial or research environment.
A strong record of research as evidenced by publications in accredited journals and peer reviewed conference proceedings.
A proven record of sourcing research funding.
An interest in multidisciplinary research and practical experience in industry and/or consulting is desirable.
Excellent communication skills and be a registered professional engineer or have the ability to become registered with the Engineering Council of Namibia.
Application Deadline: 13/10/2021