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September 17, 2018

University of Utah Tenure-track position is available in Analytical Chemistry

Filed under: employment opportunity @ 1:48 pm

A tenure-track position is available in ANALYTICAL chemistry. While the opening is at the Assistant Professor level, exceptional senior candidates may be considered. Candidates are expected to demonstrate the ability to develop vigorous, competitive, well-funded research programs, and to be excellent teachers at the undergraduate and graduate levels. A Ph.D. is required; postdoctoral experience is desirable. Assistant Professor applicants should upload an application letter with vita, teaching statement, and a description of proposed research, and arrange for three letters of recommendation. Letter writers will be supplied with a link upon entry of their contact information in the application system. Senior applicants should upload an application letter and vita only. Applications should be uploaded in PDF format directly to: http://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/80252. Initial interview selections will begin October 1; applications will continue to be considered if needed to identify suitable candidates. The University of Utah values candidates who have experience working in settings with students from diverse backgrounds, and possess a strong commitment to improving access to higher education for historically underrepresented students. The University of Utah is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and educator. Minorities, women, veterans, and those with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Veterans’ preference is extended to qualified veterans. Reasonable disability accommodations will be provided with adequate notice. For additional information about the University’s commitment to equal opportunity and access see: http://www.utah.edu/nondiscrimination/.

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