Francis Marion University invites applications for a tenure track position as
Assistant Professor of Industrial Engineering in the Bachelor of Science in
Industrial Engineering degree program that will commence in Spring 2014.
Initially, the Industrial Engineering major will be housed in the Department of
Physics and Astronomy, which oversees programs in physics, pre-engineering,
and engineering technology. The successful applicant will teach Industrial
Engineering courses and will work with the Coordinator of Industrial Engineering
to establish the new major. The Physics and Astronomy Department website is:
http://www.fmarion.edu/academics/Physics. See http://www.fmarion.edu/
about/hrlinks for benefits for State employees.
Qualifications: Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering and some teaching experience in
an Industrial Engineering program.
Start Date: August 2013 or January 2014
Responsibilities: This will be the first engineering program on campus. The
successful applicant will teach 9-12 hours per semester of lectures and labs.
He/she will be responsible for assisting in the implementation of the Industrial
Engineering major and will be able to teach a wide variety of industrial
Location: Florence, SC is a growing city with a vibrant arts culture. FMU is within
easy driving distance of beach resorts and areas of historical interest, including
Charleston and Savannah.
Professional Faculty Development: Francis Marion provides generous support
for conference travel when presenting. Start-up grant funds and summer research
stipends are available on a competitive basis.
Application Deadline & Process: Review of applications will begin immediately
and continue until the position is filled. 1) Provide a letter of application
(referencing position number 13-41); 2) completed FMU faculty application
available at www.fmarion.edu Quick Links: Human Resources – Available
Positions; 3) curriculum vitae; 4) three letters of recommendation, and 5)
copies of all transcripts (official transcripts will be required of the successful
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, COLLEGE OF
AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES AND NATURAL RESOURCES, TEXAS TECH
UNIVERSIT Y, LUBBOCK, TEXAS
Bricker Endowed Chair in
POSITION: Applications are invited for the prestigious Dr. Donald and
Sammie Bricker Endowed Chair in the Department of Natural Resources
Management at Texas Tech University. We seek a widely-recognized scholar
with expertise in large mammal ecology, recreation and conservation-
minded harvesting, and sustainable wildlife populations in any part of the
world. This is a 9-month, tenure-track position with research and teaching
responsibilities, and service expectations. Duties include research and
teaching in vertebrate population ecology, sustainable harvest strategies,
and/or wildlife-habitat relationships, and teaching Big Game Management
and related courses.
QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must possess a Ph.D. in a natural
resources management- related field and hold the academic rank of, or be
promotable to, full professor. The successful applicant will have a proven
record including high-impact peer-reviewed publications and success
obtaining extramural funding.
SALARY: Salary will be competitive and commensurate with qualifications
and experience. The individual will be eligible for a generous benefits
package made available to all faculty members at Texas Tech University.
APPLICATIONS: Applicants must use the employment website at http://
jobs.texastech.edu (requisition 87891). The applicant should attach
a complete vitae and a statement of research/teaching philosophy. In
addition, applicants should arrange to have five letters of reference and
transcripts forwarded to: Dr. Brad Dabbert, Search Committee Chair,
Department of Natural Resources Management, Texas Tech University,
Box 42125, Lubbock, Texas 79409. Contact Dr. Brad Dabbert via email
at email@example.com or by telephone (806-742-2841) for a more
As an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, Texas
Tech University welcomes applications from minorities, women, veterans,
persons with disabilities, and dual-career couples.
70% Research/30% Teaching
The Department of Food Science at the Pennsylvania State University
is seeking an Assistant/Associate Professor to work in the area of dairy
foods. The Department, housed in the new Food Science Building
completed in 2006, boasts state-of-the art research and teaching labs,
three specialized and dedicated pilot plants, and the Berkey Creamery,
the largest and most sophisticated dairy manufacturing plant associated
with any academic institution in the country. The successful candidate
will join a dynamic, productive and collaborative faculty in a vibrant
and growing Department. For more information on the department
Research Responsibilities: The successful candidate will be expected
to establish a strong externally funded research program in an area
related to dairy foods processing (e.g., microbiology, chemistry,
or engineering). Research interests should complement existing
Departmental research activities in Food Safety, Functional Foods
and Food Choice. The successful candidate will be expected to form
productive and synergistic collaborations with faculty members in the
Department, College, and elsewhere at the University (e.g. the Materials
Research Institute, The Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences, the Center
for Nutrigenomics, and the Department of Nutritional Sciences).
Teaching Responsibilities: The successful candidate will be
responsible for teaching FDSC 414 "The Science and Technology
of Dairy Products," a lecture and laboratory course offered annually
to 7th semester undergraduate students, as well as another course
(undergraduate or graduate) commensurate with their interest and
expertise. The candidate will also contribute to other courses as needed;
advise undergraduate students; and supervise graduate students in
thesis research projects. The candidate is also expected to participate
in the outreach activities and programs of the department, college and
university as appropriate.
Send all material to: Dr. David M. Peterson, Chair, Department of Physics and
Astronomy, Francis Marion University, P.O. Box 100547, Florence, SC 29502-
Minorities and Women are strongly encouraged to apply.
Qualifications: A Ph.D. in food science or a closely related field,
with experience in dairy foods, and a strong record of publication.
Postdoctoral or industrial experience is highly desirable. Experience
with diverse populations is also desirable. The applicant should possess
a willingness to work as part of a multidisciplinary team.
The U.S. Coast Guard Academy invites applications for a temporary,
part-time teaching position in Chemistry for the 2013-2014 academic
year, commencing in August of 2013. The successful candidate will
teach General Chemistry lecture and lab to freshmen students and
may teach upper division chemistry courses dependent on skill and
Academy needs. Applicants must possess a Masters Degree or higher in
Chemistry or a closely related field. Undergraduate teaching experience
are preferred. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications. Some
citizenship restrictions may apply. Please see http://www.cga.edu/about2.
aspx?id=872 for details.
United States Air Force Academy. Quantitative Reasoning Center Faculty
and Assistant Professor of Physics (#13-27DFR). The Office of Student
Academic Affairs and Academy Registrar invites applications for the position of
Quantitative Reasoning Center Faculty and Assistant Professor of Physics. One or
two positions will be filled. The anticipated start date is August 25th, 2013. The
initial appointment will be for three years. Successive reappointments of up to four
years are possible. The Center’s mission is to provide supplemental instruction in
select core academic disciplines in one-on-one and small group settings to enhance
student learning and motivation. The incumbent will also teach undergraduate
core courses in physics, including the accompanying laboratory and tutorial duties.
Qualifications: The successful applicant will qualify for an academic appointment
as an Assistant Professor of Physics. This appointment requires a Ph.D. in Physics,
Astronomy, or a closely related field. Work experience in a Quantitative Reasoning
Center and/or the demonstrated ability to provide supplemental instruction in more
than one STEM discipline are highly desired. To Apply: Go to www.usajobs.gov.
Type in “USAF Academy” in the “Where” box and click on “Search Jobs.” Then scroll
down until you locate this position. Applications must be received by July 2nd,
2013. U. S. citizenship required. For additional information to include application
instructions, go to http://www.usafa.edu/df/dfr/index.cfm?catname=dfr1.
Applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae,
academic transcripts, and names of at least three professional references
(including address, telephone and e-mail address) to: Dr. Catherine
Cutter Chair of Search Committee c/o Svend Pedersen, Department
of Food Science 202 Food Science Building University Park, PA
16802-2504; Phone: (814) 865-5444 Fax: (814) 863-6132; E-mail:
Review of application will begin on July 1, 2013 and will continue until
a suitable candidate is found. Anticipated start date is September 2013
or as negotiated.
Penn State is committed to affirmative action, equal opportunity, and
the diversity of its workforce.
National Institute of Technology (NIT)/
Academy of Leadership & Entrepreneurship
The College of Nursing at the SUNY Upstate Medical University in
Syracuse, NY invites applications for three faculty positions as
Assistant, Associate or Full Professors in the following specialty areas:
advanced practice, nursing education, or informatics. Also invites
applications for a Director of NP Program. Responsibilities include
teaching, research, service and practice.
1. Eligible for New York State licensure as a Registered Nurse
2. Masters in nursing required; PhD/DNS in nursing preferred; DNP
3. Teaching experience preferred
The College of Nursing has upper division Bachelor's, Master's (FNP,
FPMHNP, Adult-Geri CNS, Pediatric) and DNP. New initiatives in
interprofessional education and teaching with technology are being
implemented, and the College is in the city of Syracuse in central
New York State. Syracuse is a diverse metropolitan area with a
population of approximately 750,000, and is in close proximity to
nature, cultural events, museums and shopping.
Find out why central New York is an attractive place to live at
To apply, please visit www.upstate.edu, job #036110 and submit letter
of interest and CV.
Any questions, contact Dr Melanie Kalman, RN, PhD at
Assistant, Associate or Full Professor
College of Nursing
Job title: Assistant/Associate Professor of Strategic Management Dynamics
Institution: National Institute of Technology (NIT)/ Academy of Leadership
& Entrepreneurship (ALE)
Location: Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)
Deadline: Open until filled
Category: Business Management/Teaching Faculty
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Language: Fluency in English and Knowledge of Arabic is helpful.
Assistant Professor of
Romain College of Business
ALE seeks Assistant/Associate Professor of Business Administration to teach
in a comprehensive graduate Business and Management program. Courses
will include family business dynamics, strategic management and planning,
Leadership, entrepreneurship, human resources management, and change
The Romain College of Business at the University of Southern
Indiana invites applications for a tenure-track position in business
law beginning August 2013. Candidates seeking the rank of
Assistant Professor should have a J.D. or appropriate terminal
degree in law. Responsibilities include teaching courses in legal
environments of business, business law and compliance.
The college values continuing self-development in scholarship, teaching,
and service consistent with AACSB standards, and collaborative
interactions with colleagues. The college is AACSB accredited in both the
general business and accounting programs. A new Romain College of
Business building incorporates state-of-the-art technologies and several
specialized learning laboratory classrooms. The organizational culture of
the college rewards innovative approaches to activities at all stages of its
value chain. The successful candidate should have a strong desire for
community engagement via continuous interaction with the local area
businesses and organizations. Additionally, an ideal candidate would be
familiar with the regulatory and compliance issues associated with
alternative investments such as hedge funds, private equity funds, venture
capital funds and commodities. Opportunities for professional development
through community engagement include working with businesses and
other organizations by applying your expertise in a variety of undertakings.
To learn more about USI or to apply to this job, please visit
The candidate will also participate in departmental planning, curriculum
development, and play an active role in student counseling. ALE gives
highest priority to teaching effectiveness. Ph.D. required.
Status of appointment, academic rank, and salary will be commensurate with
academic credentials and experience. A qualified candidate should send a
vita, a personal statement of interest in joining ALE faculty, and transcripts of
all college and university work, as well as three letters of reference to:
Upstate is an AA/EEO employer engaging
excellence through diversity.
the same time undergoing revolutionary
change and redefinition. At USC Annen-
berg we intend to help lead that change. To
be considered for these positions, all can-
didates must apply via the USC Employ-
ment Recruitment Services website at the
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cants should send a cover letter describ-
ing their background, interests and areas
of expertise, and their curriculum vita or
resume. Final candidates will be required
to submit three references and (if possible)
samples of longer form professional out-
put. The cover letter should be addressed
to Professor Nicholas J. Cull (chair, N TT
search in Public Diplomacy), USC Annen-
berg School of Communication, 3502 Watt
Way, Los Angeles, CA 90089. Applicants
may direct questions to Professor Nicholas
J. Cull at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of appli-
cations will begin on May 1, 2013 and con-
tinue until the post is filled. USC is an AA/
EO employer and is seeking to create a di-
verse community. Women and men, and
members of all racial and ethnic groups,
are encouraged to apply.
The University of Southern Indiana is an equal opportunity, affirmative
action educator and employer that values diversity, respects differences,
and provides a sense of belonging and inclusion.
seeks candidates for the position of Direc-
tor of Disability Services to provide ser-
vices to and advocate for GC community
members with disabilities. The university
is located in the quaint historic downtown
of Georgia’s antebellum capital, Milled-