Ohio State ATI is accepting applications for a nine-month, professional track faculty position in Renewable Energy with a focus on the bioconversion of biomass to energy. The candidate will also serve as coordinator for the Renewable Energy program which includes solar and wind components.

A Ph.D. in Engineering, Environmental Science, Microbiology, or related fields is required. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated experience teaching undergraduate courses.

The Institute
Ohio State ATI (http://ati.osu.edu/home) is located in Wooster, Ohio and is part of The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES). The institute maintains a close relationship with the co-located Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC) and Ohio State University Extension (OSUE). The purposes of the institute are to offer: 1) associate of science and associate of applied science degrees and certificates which include general and technical courses; 2) credit and non-credit continuing education and workforce development opportunities; and 3) transfer programs leading to higher levels of education. Ohio State ATI is the largest institution of its kind in the nation, enrolling approximately 700 students and offering twenty-nine programs of study. Ohio State ATI is consistently ranked number one in the nation among two-year schools in the awarding of associate degrees in agriculture and related sciences. Students participate in a curriculum that provides excellent career preparation, combining coursework with a variety of hands-on practical experiences and the opportunity to make professional contacts through paid internships.