Ingénieur Chargé d'enseignement, Automotive Engineering – Electric & Electronics


The “Université Internationale de Rabat” (UIR) is a university in a partnership with Moroccan State, with highly qualified personnel training mission. Its undergraduate, postgraduate and apprenticeship programs are based on academic partnerships with world class and prestigious national and international academic institutions with research and industry partnerships.”; In addition, the UIR is focusing on R&D, technology innovation on materials and renewable energy according to the strategic priorities of Morocco as defined by “Plan Emergence” and “Renewable Energy Plan”. The UIR includes different schools (Business, Aerospace, Automotive, Renewable energy, dentistry, Architecture, political sciences and law…).; UIR has 4600 students for the academic year 2019 – 2020. The UIR campus is located close to Technopolis at 10 Km from Rabat;

The School of Aerospace Engineering and the School of Automotive Engineering at the “Université Internationale de Rabat” that is in partnership with Georgia Institute of technology and Mississippi State University in USA invite applications for a full-time faculty position in Aerospace engineering at the assistant, associate or full professor level with research emphasis in all areas of Aerospace and Automotive engineering in the broadest possible sense.


The successful applicants will contribute fully to undergraduate teaching across the School of Automotive/Aerospace Engineering. The applicants will be teaching courses such as but not limited to: Automotive Electric and Electronic Systems; and Automotive Power Systems, etc. Candidates must have an engineering degree in an area closely related to the engineering disciplines indicated above.; The English language is essential since teaching of all courses is in English.;

We invite applicants with research interests in one or more of the areas of Engine Design, Combustion, Hybrid Technology, Electrical Cars, Energy Storage, Harvesting, renewable energy, and advanced materials.