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Aviation Prg Mgr II 194000 - Raspet Main Campus - Starkville, MS
This is the intermediate level-developing/maturing professional. Incumbents perform complex program/project management work, applying established processes within a defined framework to meet MSU, Federal/State Government and industry policy, rules and best practices. Independently evaluates, selects, and applies accepted program/project management techniques; assignments have clear and specified objectives, and require the investigation of a limited number of variables. Incumbent relies on limited experience and exercises judgment within a construct of defined procedures and practices.
Research Engineer I 194000 - Raspet Main Campus - Starkville, MS
This is the entry level of professional work. Incumbents perform routine engineering work, evaluating, selecting and applying standardized engineering procedures and techniques to assignments with clear, specific objectives; assignments require investigation of a limited number of variables and few complex features. Limited exercise of judgment is required on details of work and in making preliminary selections and adaptations of alternatives. For training and development purposes, assignments may include some work that is typically of a higher level.
Flight Operations Technician II 194000 - Raspet Main Campus - Starkville, MS
This is the intermediate level-developing/maturing professional. Incumbents perform complex and rigorous processes within a defined framework to meet MSU, Federal/State Government and industry policy, rules and best practices. Independently evaluates, selects, and applies accepted aviation operations and safety techniques; assignments have clear and specified objectives, and require the investigation of a limited number of variables. Incumbent relies on limited experience and exercises judgment within a construct of defined procedures and practices.
Aviation Program Manager I 194000 - Raspet Main Campus - Starkville, MS
This is the entry level of professional work. Incumbents perform routine program/project coordination and support work, applying established processes within a defined framework to meet MSU, Federal/State Government and industry policy, rules and best practices. Assignments require investigation of a limited number of options and project/program support functions are of limited complexity. Limited exercise of judgment is required on details of work and in making preliminary selections and adaptations of alternatives. For training and development purposes, assignments may include some work that is typically of a higher level.
Aviation Program Manager I 194000 - Raspet Main Campus - Starkville, MS
This is the entry level of professional work. Incumbents perform routine program/project coordination and support work, applying established processes within a defined framework to meet MSU, Federal/State Government and industry policy, rules and best practices. Assignments require investigation of a limited number of options and project/program support functions are of limited complexity. Limited exercise of judgment is required on details of work and in making preliminary selections and adaptations of alternatives. For training and development purposes, assignments may include some work that is typically of a higher level.
Professor, Director, and Endowed Chair 060500 - Civil and Environmental Engineering Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Director of the School will also hold the James T. White Chair in Civil & Environmental Engineering. The successful candidate must possess earned baccalaureate and doctoral degrees in civil engineering or a closely related field, have significant teaching experience, have earned at least national recognition through a distinguished record of accomplishments in civil engineering education and research, and qualify for the rank of professor. We seek a dynamic problem solver who is collegial and forward-thinking and will synergize the efforts of the faculty members for the greater good of the School. The candidate is expected to have a vision and strategic plan along with measurable goals for the School and to advance its reputation and competitiveness at regional and national levels. Requirements include (1) a significant track record of funded research at the nationally competitive level, (2) successful leadership of government and industry-funded research grants and contracts, and (3) scholarly publications. Preferences include (1) prior successful leadership and administrative experience as a department head or school or center director, and (2) a history of working with multidisciplinary teams within civil engineering and/or between disciplines as well as direct interaction with industry, and (3) a professional engineering license.
Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor 060100 - Aerospace Engineering Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Assistant Professor/Associate Professor/Professor of Aerospace Engineering is under the administrative supervision of the Department Head of Aerospace Engineering and will serve as a professional faculty member. Specific activities include teaching, research, service and advising students in the Aerospace Engineering program.