Multiple faculty and postdoc openings at Hohai University

The Professorship and Postdoc positions

The National Key Laboratory of Water Disaster Prevention at Hohai University is currently seeking qualified candidates for faculty and postdoctoral positions across a range of specialized areas including hydrology, groundwater hydrology, hydraulic structure engineering, water resources engineering, geotechnical engineering, coastal and offshore engineering, sediment and solute transport, water quality, and watershed modeling.

We are pleased to announce openings for 5 full professors, 10 associate professors, 10 assistant professors, and multiple postdoc positions. We offer highly competitive and attractive salaries and relocation allowance for faculty positions, with postdoctoral salaries reaching up to 400,000 RMB.

Application Requirements

The anticipated start date for these positions is flexible. Applicants are required to submit the following materials: a CV, a cover letter, and sample publications. Please send all documents to

About Hohai University

Established in 1915, Hohai University is one of the earliest higher education institutions in China. Located in Nanjing, China, the University has developed into a leading comprehensive university covering engineering, natural sciences, economics and management, and social sciences. Hohai University is one of the 75 state key universities directly governed by the Ministry of Education of China and one of the 56 Chinese universities with graduate schools. The University is very strong in engineering, particularly in Water Resources Engineering and Environmental Science and Engineering, which are on the China Double World Class Program and rank the first and the eighth nationwide among all Chinese universities. The disciplines of Engineering, Environment/Ecology, Computer Science, Materials Science, Agricultural Science, Earth Science, Chemistry, and Social Sciences at Hohai rank top 1% on ESI.

Hohai University considers globalization one of the key strategies for our development. The University has intensive international collaboration with our global partners, including TUDelft in the Netherlands, University of California Los Angeles, Georgia Institute of Technology, Arizona University in USA, University of Lille in France, University of British Columbia and University of Waterloo in Canada, and Western Australia and University of Queensland in Australia. The collaboration includes joint degree programs, joint research studies, and student and faculty exchange programs. The University has about 1,400 international students coming from more than 100 countries.

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