Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Tenure Track

Bowling Green, Ohio
Competitive and commensurate with experience and credentials. Full benefits package available.
Oct 12, 2018
Nov 10, 2018
Field of specialization
Work Function
Job Type
Full time

The Department of Chemistry and the Center for Photochemical Sciences at Bowling Green State University invite applications from outstanding individuals to fill an interdisciplinary tenure-track Assistant Professor position at the interface of biochemistry and the photosciences.  A PhD degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry, or a related discipline (e.g., Biophysics) followed by postdoctoral training is required, as is research experience in a biochemically related field that contributes to the Photochemical Sciences doctoral program and a demonstrated record of research productivity through multiple publications in peer-reviewed journals. Preference will be given to candidates with a plan of research that complements the research of other Center faculty, proposed research that expands the bioscience research portfolio of the Center or establishes new interdisciplinary collaborations.

The successful candidate will provide instruction in both the undergraduate biochemistry and the graduate photochemical sciences curriculum and will be expected to develop a vibrant research program sustained through external funding.

Application materials must include a cover letter, a CV, and statements of both research plans and teaching interests/philosophy.  Additionally, a statement addressing commitment and goals to advance diversity in research, instruction, or engagement is required. Names and email addresses must also be provided for three professional references.  All materials are to be submitted electronically through  Application deadline is Nov 10, 2018.  A background check and official transcripts are required for employment.  BGSU is an AA/EEO/Vet employer dedicated to the goal of building a diverse faculty and staff.  We encourage applications from women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities regardless of age, gender identity, genetic information, religion, or sexual orientation.