Assistant or Associate Professor Tenure-Track Faculty Position

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San Marcos, Texas
Sep 25, 2017
Oct 24, 2017
Field of specialization
Job Type
Full time

The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Tex­as State University invites applications for an Assistant or Associate Professor tenure-track faculty position in Biochemistry in the fall of 2018. Assistant Professor ap­plicants must have: a Ph.D. or equivalent earned degree in biochemistry or a closely related field; relevant post­doctoral or equivalent research experience; the ability to teach biochemistry courses at the undergraduate and graduate level; a demonstrated outstanding ability to conduct research at the interface of chemistry and bi­ology; and a strong potential to establish a vigorous, ex­ternally funded research program. Associate Professor candidates must in addition have established a robust, externally funded independent research program and demonstrated an ability to teach effectively at the un­dergraduate and graduate level. The eligible candidate will receive the appropriate rank based on university and department standards. The successful candidate should communicate well with diverse populations, have re­search expertise that complements the department, and be able to effectively mentor undergraduate and graduate students. Application materials including: a cover letter summarizing relevant experience, research area and how this complements the department’s strengths, and teach­ing interests; a CV; an outline of research plans (up to 5 pages); a summary of teaching and mentoring approach and interests; undergraduate and graduate transcripts; and three letters of reference must be submitted through the Texas State University website,­ To receive full consideration, application must be complete by October 1, 2017. Texas State University has a diverse student body and is the largest Hispanic Serving Institution in the state of Texas. Texas State University is an equal opportunity employer; women and members of underrepresented minorities and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.