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Sep. 2, 2015
Assistant/Associate Professor of Inorganic or Physical Chemistry-Specialization in Materials Science
Chemistry and Biochemistry
California State University Long Beach
Long Beach, CA
Open until filled
Position Start Date
Aug. 17, 2016
Materials Sciences/Polymer Sciences
Chemistry - Physical
Chemistry - Inorganic
RECRUITMENT NUMBER: 2313
POSITION: Assistant/Associate Professor of Inorganic or Physical Chemistry with Specialization in Materials Science
EFFECTIVE DATE: August 17, 2016 (Fall Semester)
SALARY RANGE: Commensurate with qualifications and experience
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. in physical or inorganic chemistry, or materials science.
Degree at time of application or official notification of completion of the doctoral degree by August 1, 2016.
Strong record of research productivity; demonstrated potential for developing and sustaining an independent externally funded research program involving undergraduate and graduate (MS) students leading to peer-reviewed publications; potential for effective teaching in inorganic or physical chemistry, and materials science. Demonstrated commitment to working successfully with a diverse student population.
DESIRED/PREFERRED Post-doctoral research experience; preference will be given to candidates who can complement research interests of existing faculty and/or utilize existing instrumentation.
DUTIES: Teach undergraduate lecture and laboratory courses in physical or inorganic chemistry and materials science and graduate level courses in the area of specialty; supervise undergraduate and graduate student research; develop and sustain an independent and externally funded research program involving undergraduate and graduate students leading to publications (research start-up funds are available); participate in activities serving the department, college, university, and community.
CSULB seeks to recruit faculty who enthusiastically support the University’s strong commitment to the academic success of all of our students, including students of color, students with disabilities, students who are first generation to college, veterans, students with diverse socio-economic backgrounds, and students of diverse sexual orientations and gender expressions. CSULB seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as a reflection of our commitment to serve the People of California, to maintain the excellence of the University, and to offer our students a rich variety of expertise, perspectives, and ways of knowing and learning.
A Student Success Statement about your teaching or other experiences, successes, and challenges in working with a diverse student population (approximately one page, single-spaced).
Letter of application addressing the minimum and desired/preferred qualifications.
CV (including current email address).
Three current letters of recommendation independently provided by references.
Research proposal involving lab, major instrumentation and start-up needs.
Statement of teaching philosophy.
Copy of unofficial transcript from institution awarding highest degree.
Finalists will also be required to submit a signed SC-1 form, three current letters of recommendation (if not already submitted), and an official transcript.
Requests for information should be addressed to:
Dr. Chris Brazier, Chair
California State University, Long Beach
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
1250 Bellflower Boulevard
Long Beach, CA 90840-9401
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Review of applications to begin October 12th, 2015 Position opened until filled (or recruitment canceled)
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