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University of Pittsburgh Tenure-track Faculty Positions in Industrial Engineering (2nd call)

  • 1.  University of Pittsburgh Tenure-track Faculty Positions in Industrial Engineering (2nd call)

    Posted 11-14-2018 13:54
    The Department of Industrial Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh invites applications in anticipation of multiple open tenure-track faculty positions at any rank. The expected start date is Fall 2019.

    We are seeking candidates in all areas of industrial engineering and operations research as well as their intersection with computer science and statistics. Applicants must have a strong methodological background and an interest in advancing cutting-edge, interdisciplinary research. For junior candidates, our primary search criterion is research potential. Senior candidates must have established an outstanding research record commensurate with rank. All candidates should have evidence of, or potential for, teaching excellence.

    Candidates are expected to have a PhD degree in industrial engineering, operations research, computer science, statistics, or another related field by Fall 2019. Applicants should email (1) a cover letter, (2) a curriculum vitae, (3) statements of research and teaching interests, (4) representative publications, and (5) a list of at least three professional references to

    The Department of Industrial Engineering is home to 20 full-time faculty members with an outstanding reputation in a wide variety of research areas. The department maintains vibrant programs at the undergraduate, masters and doctoral levels; offers excellent laboratory facilities; and benefits from many contacts with regional and national corporations. Additional information about the department can be found at

    To ensure full consideration, candidates should apply before December 1, 2018; however, applications will be reviewed until the positions are filled.

    The University of Pittsburgh is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. Candidates from underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply.

    Andres Gomez
    Assistant Professor
    University of Pittsburgh
    Pittsburgh PA