Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) invites applications for a full-time faculty position at the Assistant Professor rank to join the Mathematics Department. MSOE has a new and growing program in Actuarial Science. The program is approved by the Society of Actuaries (SOA) to be on their list of Universities and Colleges with Actuarial Programs in all three VEE (Validation of Educational Experience) areas: VEE Applied Statistics, VEE Corporate Finance and VEE Economics.
At the time of hiring candidates are expected to have a doctoral degree in Mathematics, with expertise in statistics, probability, stochastic processes or financial mathematics. Mathematics faculty are expected to teach all undergraduate courses offered by the department. ABDs (all but dissertation) nearing completion of the Ph.D. are considered with the initial appointment to be made at the rank of instructor. Applications from senior and qualified candidates can be considered for a higher rank.
MSOE offers degrees in engineering, construction management, business, actuarial science, technical communications and nursing. We are located in the heart of downtown Milwaukee and are recognized in several national publications for our “applications – oriented” approach. Faculty is judged primarily on excellence in teaching. MSOE graduates are in high demand, as evidence by our strong job placement rate.
To apply, please upload a single PDF file which includes a cover letter, a detailed resume and evidence of teaching excellence. Also, arrange for three letters of recommendation to independently be sent to the department chair Dr. M. Kaltchev at email@example.com. At least one letter should address teaching. The review of candidates will start immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Job code: 111
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