Clinical Assistant Professor

Location
Mississippi State University, Mississippi
Salary
Salary based on experience plus benefits
Posted
Aug 28, 2017
Closes
Oct 27, 2017
Ref
Job No. 496084
Field of specialization
Education
Work Function
Teaching-Undergraduate
Job Type
Full time

The Department of Chemistry at Mississippi State University invites applications for two 9 month non-tenure track positions at the rank of clinical assistant professor beginning on or after January 1, 2018.  The initial three-year appointments can be extended and follow academic promotion track.  Applicants must have a Ph.D. in chemistry or a related area and must demonstrate a strong commitment to excellence in teaching.  Applicants with prior teaching experience are particularly encouraged to apply.  The successful applicant will be primarily responsible for teaching undergraduate courses in chemistry with additional service or other duties supportive of the undergrad program.  Applicants must apply on line at http://explore.msujobs.msstate.edu and attach a cover letter, current curriculum vitae, a teaching portfolio, and the complete contact information for two professional references.  Nominations for or communication about this position should be sent to Chair, Chemistry Search Committee at search@chemistry.msstate.edu.  Additional information is available at https://www.chemistry.msstate.edu/.  Review of applicants will begin September 15, 2017 and applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.  MSU is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, ethnicity, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, disability status, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We always welcome nominations and applications from women, members of any minority group, and others who share our passion for building a diverse community that reflects the diversity in our student population.