The Department of Soil & Crop Sciences, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Texas A&M University seeks an Assistant Professor of Soil Science with experience in surface and soil hydrology and its relationship to healthy and secure soil resources. The successful candidate is expected to provide vision and leadership for an internationally recognized research and teaching program that will address management and ecosystem service contributions of hydrologically healthy and secure soil systems. The incumbent will develop a research program addressing critical challenges to soil health and security using technically innovative, field-based methods at the intersection of soil physics, hydrology, and pedology. Specific areas of emphasis may include evaluating and modeling the spatial and temporal changes to dynamic soil physical properties; quantifying changes to field-scale hydrology associated with land use change and management practices; and/or assessing the impacts of on-farm soil health practices on off-site ecosystem services. Key stakeholders in soil hydropedology include, but are not limited to, USDA, NRCS, water management agencies, agronomists, plant breeders, agricultural engineers, land surface modelers, hydrologists, ecologists, agricultural and environmental educators, sociologists, economists, and policy makers. The incumbent will have a commitment to teaching, the ability to secure extramural funding sufficient to sustain a vibrant research program that includes the training of undergraduate and graduate students, publish in top-tier journals in his or her field, and the ability to meet expectations of a land grant institution. Teaching responsibilities will include two undergraduate courses, Soil Judging (SCSC 489) and Soil Morphology (SCSC 310) and one graduate course, Pedology (SCSC 605) and other courses as appropriate. Additional responsibilities include advising graduate students and participating in the Departmental, College and University service. The successful candidate must have demonstrated effectiveness in research, written and oral communication, and must be able to interact productively with scientists from other disciplines. An interest and ability to work in an interdisciplinary team research and instructional endeavors is essential. The position is a full-time, tenure track, 9-month appointment; 70% research; 30% teaching. This faculty position will require an educational and research background in soil science. Information about the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences is available at http://soilcrop.tamu.edu/.