Current open faculty positions at CAPPA:
CAPPA does not currently have any open faculty positions. Please check back soon for new listings.
Current open staff positions at CAPPA:
CAPPA at UTA seeks an administrative assistant I to serve as a valuable and engaged team member, perform a variety of highly skilled administrative duties requiring independent judgment, and provide professional administrative and support assistance to CAPPA faculty, staff and students.
The Institute of Urban Studies seeks an experienced professional with strong administrative skills to serve as an administrative assistant. The administrative assistant will report to the director of the Institute and will be responsible for the day-to-day administrative duties and decision-making which require a thorough understanding of the functions, programs and policies of the university and the Institute of Urban Studies. The administrative assistant is expected to be responsible for confidential and time sensitive material. The position has a wide degree of creativity and latitude.
CAPPA at UTA seeks an Academic Recruiter to oversee the development and implementation of the undergraduate and graduate recruiting and enrollment strategies that will identify, attract, and retain a highly qualified, diverse student population for the College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs (CAPPA) at UTA. In this capacity, the recruiter will be responsible for the implementation of a comprehensive strategy that will enable the school to meet enrollment, retention, and graduation targets with students meeting appropriate academic standards.
CAPPA at UTA seeks a communications assistant to provide a broad range of communication support to the college, including utilization of various electronic media platforms for public relations, marketing and recruiting activities.
The Center for Transportation Equity, Decisions and Dollars (CTEDD) at the University of Texas at Arlington invites applications for a post-doctoral fellow in Transportation planning and related fields. The Post-doctoral Research Associate will be a key member of CTEDD, which includes a multidisciplinary research team of faculty, graduate students and research staff.