This is a tenure-track faculty position in low-temperature geochemisty. Academic year contract at Assistant Professor level with emphasis on research and teaching (approx 50-50 weighting). We seek a candidate who examines low-temperature geo-chemical systems including, but not limited to, areas of biogeochemistry, stable-isotope geochemistry, and organic geochemistry.
Teaching responsibilities will include a mix of undergraduate and graduate classes. Candidate should demonstrate aptitude in teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in his or her area of expertise. The successful candidate will be expected to develop a robust and well-funded research program that leads to scholarly publications and mentoring of graduate students. We encourage collaboration with other USU faculty of departments/units such as Chemistry and Biochemistry; Plants, Soils & Climate Biology; Watershed Sciences; and the Utah Water Research Laboratory; and, also, with other industrial partners.
PhD in geology or closely related field required. Must demonstrate an ability to conduct innovative research and teach an advise undergraduate and graduate students (MS and PhD level).
Postdoctoral experience preferred but not required.
Special Instructions to Applicants
Along with online application, please attach:
1. Curriculum vitae
2. A statement of teaching philosophy, description of teaching experience
3. A statement of research interests and goals
4. Transcripts that document degrees awarded (electronic version)
5. A list of the names, addresses and contact information of at least three references.
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Required Applicant Documents
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