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Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in Mechanical Engineering

Colorado School of Mines (Mines) Department of Mechanical Engineering is hiring! We are inviting applications for 2 tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant Professor level and 2 teaching faculty positions at the Teaching Assistant Professor Level.

For the tenure-track Assistant Professor faculty positions we are seeking candidates with interest and experience in the following sub-areas:

1. Mechanical engineering, bioengineering, and health applications. Faculty will have the opportunity to interface with our new interdisciplinary undergraduate and graduate programs in Quantitative Biosciences and Engineering, and support our newly launched online option for the non-thesis Master of Science degree in ME.

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2. Research specialization in sustainable energy solutions. Specific areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

· Renewable energy applications (e.g., hydrogen, solar, biofuels, wind) with interests in areas such as electric grid integration, process intensification, energy efficiency, distributed-energy solutions, and/or manufacturing and scale-up.

· Large-scale energy storage (e.g., batteries, chemical, thermal) with emphasis on materials, devices, hybridization, and/or integrated systems.

For full position details see:

The non-tenure-track Teaching Assistant Professor opportunity is seeking candidates who have a clear passion for conveying knowledge to our students. We are looking for superb educators who inspire students, engage in modern pedagogical approaches and can help advance the University's commitment to diversity. We are specifically seeking candidates with a mechatronics and/or machine design background, while contributing to our project-based courses in instrumentation. For full details see:

Colorado School of Mines is located in Golden, in the foothills of the Rockies, 15 miles west of Denver and 20 miles south of Boulder. The Department of Mechanical Engineering is focused on education and both basic and applied research that addresses problems of national interest in the areas of thermal-fluid systems, systems/operations engineering, advanced manufacturing, biomechanics, robotics automation, and solid mechanics and materials. Our undergraduate enrollment in Mechanical Engineering is 1,373, with approximately 22.5% women and 18% underrepresented students. We pride ourselves with a strong project-based spine of undergraduate courses that apply theoretical knowledge and engineering skills in classroom activities and team projects. We maintain a high-quality, well-funded research program (~$12M in annual research awards) with strong participation from students at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Approximately 250 graduate students (19% women, 18% underrepresented) study within a broad research portfolio. Major specialty programs for undergraduate and graduate students include robotics, automotive engineering, biomechanics, aerospace engineering, energy systems and systems engineering/operations research. More information can be found at and

The anticipated start date for the positions is August 2023.

Review of applications will start Oct 15, 2022 and continue until the position are filled.

For full details on eligibility, job descriptions, and the application packages, please see the specifics at the links above.

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