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  • Asst./Associate Professor of Safety Science
    Department of Safety Sciences
    Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University


    The Department of Safety Sciences at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) in Prescott, Arizona, invites applications for one full-time tenure/non-tenure track position as Assistant or Associate Professor of Safety Science in Occupational Safety, Industrial Hygiene or Aviation Safety, to begin August 2019.  

    The successful candidate will be expected to teach four 3-credit undergraduate or graduate courses related occupational safety, industrial hygiene and/or aviation safety and accident investigation.  Teaching assignments may include, but not be limited to, graduate and undergraduate courses in Occupational Safety/Health, Industrial Hygiene, Human Factors/Ergonomics, Safety Program Management, and related areas.  The successful candidate will also assist with graduate student research for the Master of Science-Safety Science program. This position will also include advising students as they explore different options with internships, research, coursework, and career trajectories.

    This is a nine-month position, renewed annually, with the possibility of summer teaching for additional pay.

    The Prescott Campus of ERAU is a small residential campus in the mountains of northern Arizona. Prescott is one of the highest-rated residential areas in the Southwest. It is located at over 5,000 feet elevation, has a mild climate, clean air, and is close to outdoor recreation, pristine wilderness areas and national forests.

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