The Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences (EOAS) at the University of British Columbia invites applicants for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor in Environmental Geochemistry of the Anthropocene. We seek an innovative researcher investigating geochemical processes in human impacted and/or managed environments, working to understand the response of natural geochemical cycles to anthropogenic influences. Candidates should hold a PhD in a related field, and be interested in addressing fundamental geochemical research questions relevant to contemporary environmental problems. All aspects of Anthropocene geochemistry are of interest, including, but not limited to: the distribution and pathways of metals in the environment; transport and accumulation mechanisms of pollutants in the geosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere; geochemical “fingerprinting” of natural and anthropogenic pollutant levels, sources and sinks; and geochemical processes essential to the provision of ecosystem services.
EOAS houses state-of-the-art chemical clean laboratories and analytical instrumentation at the Pacific Centre for Isotopic and Geochemical Research (PCIGR) and at the Microbeam and X-ray Diffraction Facility. These facilities provide key analytical opportunities, and engagement with these facilities by the candidate would be desirable. UBC is also home to numerous shared-facilities open to faculty researchers, and provides access to a wide range of field sampling opportunities in terrestrial, freshwater and marine environments.
The successful candidate will be expected to develop a strong, externally funded and internationally recognized research program, successfully manage and mentor a diverse research group, and teach undergraduate and graduate courses. EOAS is dedicated to excellence in teaching, and evidence demonstrating potential teaching excellence and interest in innovative teaching methods is desirable. Candidates should possess a strong record of research productivity commensurate with their experience.
EOAS is the top-ranked and largest Earth Sciences department in Canada, with research and teaching that span all facets of the Earth system, from the core to the stratosphere (http://www.eoas.ubc.ca/). We seek candidates who complement existing departmental strengths and have capacity and interest in interacting across disciplines with other research groups both within and outside the department, including: the Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability; the Department of Chemistry; the Faculty of Land and Food Systems; the School of Population and Public Health; and the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs.
Applications should include: i) a cover letter, ii) a detailed curriculum vita, iii) a one-page summary of research interests and accomplishments, iv) a one-page outline of a potential five-year research program, v) a one-page statement of teaching philosophy, vi) three recent publications, and vii) a statement describing their experience working with a diverse student body, and contributions to creating/advancing a culture of equity and inclusion on campus or within their discipline.
Application materials should be combined into a single PDF document and be uploaded through the UBC Careers website at: www.facultycareers.ubc.ca/34922.
In addition, the names and contact details of three referees should be entered here: https://www.eoas.ubc.ca/refenvironmentalgeochemistry . We will contact your referees and ask them to submit reference letters. It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure their referees submit their letters before (7 days after closing).
Review of applications will start October 15, 2019. The successful applicant is expected to start in July 2020 or at a date of mutual agreement. This position is subject to final budgetary approval.
Equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence. An open and diverse community fosters the inclusion of voices that have been underrepresented or discouraged. We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds enumerated under the B.C. Human Rights Code, including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Metis, Inuit, or Indigenous person.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority.
Questions should be directed to the Search Committee Chair, Professor Raymond Andersen, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Department of Geological and Atmospheric Sciences in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Iowa State University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin in August 2020. The successful candidate will be expected to build a nationally recognized, externally funded research program; mentor graduate and undergraduate students; and teach undergraduate and graduate courses (particularly in boundary layer meteorology and numerical modeling or remote sensing). Possible research areas include, but are not limited to, boundary layer meteorology, numerical modeling of high impact weather and climate events, and land-surface interaction. The candidate should also have excellent communication skills and be able to interact with other faculty, staff, and students. Additionally, the successful candidate will have a commitment to excellence in research, teaching at all levels, and performance of service duties.
Application Instructions: To apply for this position, please go to https://isu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/IowaStateJobs/job/Ames-IA/Assistant-Professor-of-Meteorology_R345 and click on “Apply” and complete the Employment Application. If you have questions regarding this application process, please email email@example.com or call 515-294-4800 or Toll Free: 1-877-477-7485.
For consideration, submit application before: September 30, 2019
I should have added for that Iowa State job post that Iowa State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, marital status, disability, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against. Inquiries can be directed to the Office of Equal Opportunity, 3410 Beardshear Hall, 515 Morrill Road, 515 294-7612, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Position Title: Assistant Professor of Earth Science & Geography
The Department of Earth Science and Geography at Vassar College invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position in biogeochemistry at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning in the Fall of 2020.
The successful candidate will teach biogeochemistry, mass extinctions, and oceanography. Additional areas of interest include geohazards and paleontology. The successful candidate will also engage in research with undergraduates during the school year and possibly as part of the Undergraduate Research Summer Institute.
Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2019.
Located in the scenic Mid-Hudson Valley, Vassar College is a highly selective, residential, coeducational liberal arts college. Vassar is strongly committed to fostering a community that reflects the values of a liberal arts education and to promoting an environment of equality, inclusion and respect for difference. Vassar College is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer with a strong commitment to increasing the diversity of the campus community and the curriculum, and promoting an environment of equality, inclusion, and respect for difference. Candidates who can contribute to this goal through their teaching, research, advising, and other activities are encouraged to identify their strengths and experiences in this area. Individuals from groups whose underrepresentation in the American professoriate has been severe and longstanding are particularly encouraged to apply. Additional information on candidate diversity statements can be found at deanofthefaculty.vassar.edu/positions/candidate-diversity-statement.
Candidates should send a letter of application, C.V., graduate school transcript (unofficial copies accepted for initial application), at least three letters of recommendation, statement on diversity and inclusive pedagogy, a statement of teaching experience and philosophy, and descriptions and/or syllabi for an introductory-level oceanography course, an intermediate-level biogeochemistry course, and upper-level seminar in mass extinctions or another topic of expertise. Candidates should also send a description of a fourth course that s/he/they might be interested in teaching at any level.
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: $200,000 NEMMERS PRIZES IN EARTH SCIENCES
Northwestern University invites nominations for the Nemmers Prize in Earth Sciences. All Prizes will be awarded during the 2019-2020 academic year. Each Prize includes payment to the recipient of $200,000.
Nominations will be accepted until December 31, 2019. The on-line submission form can be found at http://bit.ly/NemmersPrizeEarthSciences.
Please email questions to email@example.com.
Faculty Position in Geomorphology, Bucknell University. The Department of Geology & Environmental Geosciences at Bucknell University seeks to hire a geomorphologist at the assistant professor level for the fall semester, 2020. We seek a teacher-scholar with a PhD in geology or a closely related field at the start of appointment. The successful applicant will demonstrate the potential for excellence in teaching and research and a commitment to diversity, a liberal arts education, and interacting effectively with students and colleagues having a range of backgrounds, interests, and perspectives. The successful candidate must demonstrate a commitment to developing an undergraduate research program and will take advantage of the local geologic setting to develop meaningful teaching exercises. This position will be expected to teach introductory-level geology classes, an upper level class on geomorphology, and to develop an upper level class in their area of specialization. This position will also be expected to contribute to Foundation Seminars for first year students or Integrated Perspective seminars for sophomore students on a rotating basis. The successful candidate may also develop teaching and collaborative research relationships with one or more of the following: the Center for Sustainability and the Environment, the Environmental or Discovery Residential College, the Department of Environmental Studies & Sciences, and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Applicants should submit a cover letter, CV, and statements on their teaching philosophy, commitment to diversity, and research goals. Applicants should provide contact information for three references. For additional information and to apply, please go to Bucknell University’s career site careers.bucknell.edu. Review of applications will begin Oct. 21, 2019 and continue until the position is filled.
We seek a teacher-scholar who is committed to Bucknell University’s efforts to create a climate that fosters the growth and development of a diverse student body and whose experience and expertise will contribute to the Department of Geology and Environmental Geosciences diversity-related educational goals, including an emphasis on inclusive pedagogy. We welcome applications from members of groups that are historically underrepresented in higher education.
Bucknell University is a private, highly ranked, primarily undergraduate, national liberal arts institution that also offers strong professional programs in engineering, management, education, and music.
Bucknell University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The university believes that students learn best in a diverse, inclusive community and is therefore committed to academic excellence through diversity in its faculty, staff, and students. Applications from members of groups that have been historically underrepresented in higher education are encouraged.
Bucknell is committed to creating a climate that fosters inclusion, growth, and development for a diverse student body, and seeks candidates who are also committed these goals.
Bucknell is committed to supporting the teacher-scholar model of faculty development. The teaching load is 5 courses per year. With a student-faculty ratio of about 9:1, small class sizes are a hallmark of the Bucknell educational experience. The university sponsors a range of activities to support the development of its faculty, including a Teaching-Learning Center and generous research support and leave policies.
Bucknell is located in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, on the banks of the Susquehanna River. The Lewisburg area offers a combination of outdoor recreation opportunities and small-town amenities. In addition to the cultural and athletic events offered at the University and in town, the region offers strong schools and medical facilities, and an affordable cost of living. Bucknell is about three hours from Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C.
The Geological Society of America Foundation seeks to hire a President
About The Geological Society of America Foundation
The mission of the Geological Society of America Foundation (GSAF) is to develop and provide funds to support the goals and programs of the Geological Society of America (GSA).
The Foundation was created in 1980 to raise funds in support of the Decade of North American Geology—the signature event of GSA’s centennial in 1988. The Foundation subsequently secured support for a major expansion of GSA headquarters in Boulder, Colorado. Today, the GSAF continues to serve current and future donors by providing information and solutions that align their philanthropic interests with GSA programs and priorities. Through this partnership with GSA members and corporate supporters, the GSAF is now able to provide over $1 million annually to the Society.
About the Position
The President of the Foundation is the principal officer and in general oversees the conduct of the fund-raising activities of the Foundation and reports to the GSAF Board of Trustees. The position is part time (0.5 FTE) and is located at GSA Headquarters in Boulder, Colorado.
As chief administrative officer of GSAF, duties include preparation and execution of the Foundation Operations and the Foundation-to-Society Transfer budgets, supervision of the Foundation Operations Manager and the Director of Development, implementation of strategic initiatives, and other directives as approved by the Board of Trustees. The incumbent shall also maintain close and collegial relations and communications with the GSA Executive Director and attend such Society scientific or organizational meetings as necessary to represent the Foundation.
For an exceptional candidate, Boulder-area residence may be waived and business may be conducted remotely using standard communications tools and methods. If residing in/near Boulder, the President is expected to spend at least two days a week at GSAF headquarters (unless traveling on GSAF business including attendance at the annual, sectional meetings or meeting with potential donors). If residing elsewhere, routine supervision and interaction will be accomplished by video- and teleconferencing, supplemented by in-person trips on both routine and as-needed occurrences.
• Geoscientific expertise and credentials are mandatory (BS/BA in Geoscience required, MS/MA or higher preferred, professional experience demonstrated).
• Executive or Board experience, especially not-for-profit experience is highly desirable.
• Demonstrated skill and success in several critical aspects including fund-raising. organizational management and supervision, and scientific literacy.
• Other credentials or experience may also be valuable and will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
Salary and benefits are comparable to current package and commensurate with experience. Salary range for this position is $70,000 to $75,000. GSA offers a variety of benefits including medical / dental / vision, 403(b) matching, PTO.
The position opens in September 2019 with applications accepted until December 1, 2019 (or until filled); expected hiring April 2020, with reporting date in June 2020 to allow overlap with the incumbent.
A cover letter is required along with salary requirements, a resume, and three professional references (names, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses). The cover letter must detail why the applicant is a perfect fit for this position, including examples of fundraising, not-for-profit experience if applicable (be precise in explaining your experience in the cover letter). Please submit your application to HR@geosociety.org no later than December 1, 2019.
Equal Opportunity Employer: minority/female/disability/veteran.
Position title: Graduate Research Assistants in Hydrogeology
The Department of Geoscience program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is seeking PhD candidates to join the Experimental Hydrogeology Lab (https://zahasky.geoscience.wisc.edu/) starting September 2020.
The successful candidates will have the opportunity to work on a range of projects related to quantification of multiscale fluid transport processes with applications to contaminant hydrogeology and subsurface energy resource engineering. The successful candidates for this position will be part of an interdisciplinary team that is involved with developing new experimental characterization methodologies, numerical models, and/or analytical descriptions of processes such as colloid and bacteria transport, physics of gas trapping mechanisms in porous media, and solute transport and channelization in fractured media.
• BS in geology, geophysics, engineering, physics, or a related field at the time of hire
• Coursework in math, physics, and hydrogeology and/or petroleum engineering
• Excellent independent problem-solving skills and eagerness to learn new topics
• Excellent writing skills
• MS in geology, geophysics, engineering, physics, or a related field at the time of hire
• Demonstrated ability to perform independent self-driven research
• Demonstrated publication record in peer reviewed journals or conference proceedings
Diversity is a source of strength, creativity, and innovation for UW-Madison. We value the contributions of each person and respect the profound ways their identity, culture, background, experience, status, abilities, and opinion enrich the university community. As such, candidates who foster and promote the values of diversity and inclusion are strongly encouraged to apply.
Applications will be accepted until the Fall 2020 deadline on January 4th, 2020. Interested candidates should check out the UW-Madison Department of Geoscience admissions website and please send a brief CV and description of your research interests to Prof. Christopher Zahasky (firstname.lastname@example.org).
FACULTY POSITION IN CLIMATE CHANGE
The University of Florida (UF) Department of Geological Sciences invites applications for a tenure accruing position in the area of Climate Change at the Assistant Professor level. We are interested in candidates whose research focuses on interactions between and within the components of the climate system (the geosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere) as well as the implications for those processes on past, present and/or future climate. State-of-the-art facilities within the department include laboratories for organic and inorganic geochemistry paleomagnetism, and geochronology, and access to a high-performance computing cluster (geology.ufl.edu). We are particularly interested in applicants who will enhance existing geochemical facilities and build collaborations within the department and across UF with other departments, colleges, and interdisciplinary institutes and centers, including the Florida Climate Institute, UF Water Institute, School of Natural Resources and Environment, Thompson Earth Systems Institute, and Land Use and Environmental Change Institute, among others.
We seek a scholar who is committed to teaching classes in her/his discipline at undergraduate and graduate levels and who shows evidence of a strong research trajectory. The successful candidate will be expected to have a PhD by August 16, 2020 and develop an active, externally funded research program that includes supporting and mentoring graduate students. The salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience, and includes a full benefits package.
For full consideration, applications must be submitted online (https://apply.interfolio.com/68035)
and must include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a summary of current and future research plans, an overview of teaching experience and goals, and the names and contact information of three to five references. After initial review, applicants who are chosen to receive further consideration will be asked to request confidential letters of recommendation from the references. The Search Committee will begin reviewing applications October 11, 2019 and the search will remain open until filled. The position will begin August 16, 2020. Please direct inquires to the Search Committee Chair, Dr. Ellen Martin (email@example.com).
The University of Florida is an equal opportunity institution dedicated to building a broadly diverse and inclusive faculty and staff. The successful candidate must be able to work with students, faculty and staff from a wide range of social and cultural backgrounds. We are especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community.
All candidates for employment are subject to a pre-employment screening that includes a review of criminal records, reference checks, and verification of education. Degrees earned from an educational institution outside of the United States require evaluation by a professional credentialing service provider approved by the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES), which can be found at http://www.naces.org/.
Searches are conducted in accordance with Florida's Sunshine Law. If an accommodation because of disability is needed to apply for this position, please call (352) 392-2477 or the Florida Relay System at (800) 955-8771 (TDD).
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Post-Doctoral Scholar in Estuarine Plastics Modeling
A Post-Doctoral Scholar position is available at The Pennsylvania State University to study the transport and fate of plastics in the Chesapeake Bay using numerical models and to collaborate with experimentalists. The Post-Doctoral Scholar will work with an interdisciplinary team at two institutions (Penn State and The Virginia Institute of Marine Science) with expertise in numerical modeling, marine science, ecology, and materials science. The overall goals of the research are to develop a model to gain insights into the transport of plastics (particularly microplastics) in the Chesapeake Bay, provide input into developing an environmental standard for microplastics that is protective of living resources in the Chesapeake Bay, and to set a biodegradability target that will serve as both a certification standard and a driver of materials innovation. The Post-Doctoral Scholar will have the opportunity to develop skills in the development and teaching of an undergraduate course on plastics in the environment in collaboration with Penn State faculty and outside scientists. The final candidate for the position must have a Ph.D. in oceanography or a related discipline at the time of hire. Experience running 3-D hydrodynamic models (in lakes, estuaries, or oceans), and interests in interdisciplinary research and plastics pollution is highly desired. This is a fixed-term position, funded for one year from the date of hire. Funding is available for 6 additional months with the possibility of further extension. To apply, please upload a statement of interest, a curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information of three references. Questions about the position may be directed to Dr. Raymond Najjar, Department of Meteorology and Atmospheric Science, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications will begin on September 1, 2019 and continue until the position is filled. The Pennsylvania State University’s College of Earth and Mineral Sciences takes an active role in building a talented, inclusive, and culturally competent workforce. We understand that our shared future is guided by basic principles of fairness, mutual respect, and commitment to each other. Applicants should provide evidence, either woven through their application materials or as a separate diversity statement, of a commitment to fostering diversity, equity, inclusive excellence, and belonging and of engagement which creates an inclusive environment in their department/workplace. Apply here: https://psu.jobs/job/90388
The Department of Geological Sciences, California State University Long Beach (CSULB) invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor with expertise in any aspect of Sedimentary Geology or Structural Geology to start Fall 2020. A qualified candidate should be dedicated to teaching at the undergraduate and Masters level and committed to developing an externally funded research program that will involve students. As part of a campus that serves a very diverse community, the Department of Geological Sciences seeks candidates who, through previous experience supporting diverse students or their own lived experience, will be committed to the successful teaching and mentoring of all students.
Southern California abounds with world-class geologic exposures for teaching and research in the mountains, deserts, coast and ocean - most within a few-hour drive. CSULB is also located in the vibrant Los Angeles-Long Beach-Orange County metropolitan area, rich with universities and colleges, government agencies and local industry that provide many opportunities for collaboration.
Please follow this link for a detailed position description, list of required and preferred qualifications, and explanation of the application procedure. Review of applications will begin October 14, 2019.
Thank you for your interest.
The Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences (EOAS) at the University of British Columbia invites applicants for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor position in the area of Earth Data Science. We seek applicants whose research addresses fundamental or applied questions in one or more of the Earth, ocean, or atmospheric sciences, using novel data-driven computational techniques such as machine learning and inversion methods to advance knowledge of the Earth system and/or solve geoscience problems of societal relevance. The ideal candidate is methods-oriented, has a track record of collaborative, cross-disciplinary work, and holds a PhD or equivalent in a relevant field.
The successful candidate will be expected to develop a strong, externally funded and internationally-recognized research program, effectively manage and mentor a diverse research group, teach undergraduate and graduate courses, and participate in departmental activities. In addition, the successful candidate will be expected to play an important role in EOAS and Faculty of Science efforts to incorporate data science computation throughout the undergraduate curriculum.
EOAS is the top-ranked and largest Earth Sciences department in Canada, with research and teaching interests that span Earth and planetary systems, including modern and paleo environments from the core to the stratosphere (www.eoas.ubc.ca/research/areas). There is also strong potential for collaboration with other groups at UBC, including the Department of Computer Science (cs.ubc.ca) and the Data Science Institute (dsi.ubc.ca). EOAS is dedicated to practicing excellence in teaching, and candidates should demonstrate potential for teaching excellence and interest in innovative teaching methods.
Applications should include: i) a cover letter, ii) a detailed curriculum vita, iii) a one-page summary of research interests and accomplishments, iv) a one-page outline of a potential five-year research program, v) a one-page statement of teaching philosophy, vi) three recent publications, and vii) a statement describing your experience working with a diverse student body, as well as your past, present, and/or future contributions to creating/advancing a culture of equity and inclusion on campus. Application materials should be combined into a single PDF document and be uploaded through the UBC Careers website at: www.facultycareers.ubc.ca/35189. In addition, the names and contact details of three referees should be entered online here: https://www.eoas.ubc.ca/content/refereesubmissionformearthdatascience. Referees will be sent an automated email requesting submission of letters before the deadline. Applicants should follow-up with referees to confirm receipt of the automated message and submission of letter before November 24, 2019.
Review of applications will start November 18, 2019. The successful applicant is expected to start in July 2020 or at a date of mutual agreement. This position is subject to final budgetary approval.
Equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence. An open and diverse community fosters the inclusion of voices that have been underrepresented or discouraged. We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds enumerated under the B.C. Human Rights Code, including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Metis, Inuit, or Indigenous person.
Questions should be directed to the Search Committee Chair, Professor Rich Pawlowicz, by email to email@example.com
Dear NABG colleagues,
Please help us spread the word! The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History is hiring a curator specializing in the paleobiology of marine macro-invertebrate fossils. Applications are due October 7th! See below for more details...
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History seeks a paleobiologist to conduct an integrative, specimen-based research program in the paleobiology of marine macro-invertebrate fossils. The successful candidate is expected to pursue creative studies of evolutionary and/or paleoecological patterns and processes using morphology, phylogenetics, biogeography, and/or biogeochemistry. Publication in peer-reviewed journals in specialty areas is expected, as is curation of appropriate collections, professional service to the scientific community, and educational outreach to the public in a manner commensurate with emerging leadership in the area of specialty.
This position is a full-time, permanent appointment with full Government benefits to be filled at the GS-12 level; U.S. citizenship and a one-year probationary period are required. The museum’s authorized salary range for this position is $83,938-$88,959 per year commensurate with experience.
All candidates are encouraged to apply, including those whose academic status is “All But Dissertation” (ABD), currently performing postdoctoral work, or engaged in early stages of their academic careers. College transcripts and proof of U.S. accreditation for foreign study must be submitted online by the closing date of announcement.
For complete requirements and application procedures go to www.sihr.si.edu or www.usajobs.gov and refer to Announcement 19A-JW-304802-DEU-NMNH. Applications and all supporting documentation must be received on-line by October 7, 2019 and must reference the announcement number. This is an interdisciplinary position to be filled by either a Research Geologist or a Research Biologist, depending upon the applicant’s primary discipline. All applicants will be notified by email when their application is received. The Smithsonian Institution is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
I am currently recruiting MS and PhD students to join my research group in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences (EAPS) at Purdue University, located in West Lafayette, Indiana.
Our group uses noble gas geochemistry to study Earth and planetary surface processes over a broad range of temporal and spatial scales. Laboratory measurements, field work, and numerical modeling are essential elements of our work, and graduate student research projects in the group can incorporate one or more of these elements. Possible research projects include, but are not limited to: applying thermochronology to studies in tectonic geomorphology, developing applications of cosmogenic noble gas paleothermometry to questions in paleoclimate, investigating (U-Th)/He systematics in biominerals, or using experimental and theoretical approaches to investigate noble gas diffusion mechanisms in silicates.
With the addition of six new faculty members and research scientists this fall and five more coming in fall 2020, this is an exciting time to be part of EAPS at Purdue. For more information on our graduate program, please visit https://www.eaps.purdue.edu/for_students/graduate/.
I strongly encourage prospective students to reach out to me by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to learn more about opportunities in my research group and at Purdue. I will be at GSA in Phoenix and at AGU in San Francisco. I am also happy to meet prospective students attending either of these meetings in person.
Chair, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Delaware
The University of Delaware
The University of Delaware seeks an inspirational and visionary leader for the position of Chair of the Department of Earth Sciences in the College of Earth, Ocean and Environment. The Chair will be appointed at the full professor level with a renewable five-year term. The Department has undergraduate and graduate (M.S. and Ph.D.) programs with topical expertise in geochemistry and hydrology, surface processes and earth system science, and the solid earth. The Department also participates in the Environmental Science (B.S.) and Environmental Studies Program (B.A.) as well as the graduate program in Water Science and Policy. The incoming Chair will be expected to advance the Department's mission in cooperation with the faculty and staff.
Applicants should have a Ph.D. in the earth sciences or a related field. The successful candidate will be an established scientist with a proven publication and extramural funding record, a substantive history of engagement with professional organizations, and a demonstrable commitment to diversity and inclusion within the earth sciences as exhibited by advising a diversity of students, promoting junior colleagues, etc. The successful candidate will offer a compelling vision for the Department over the next decade. With several recent hires, the Department is seeking a strategically-minded, proactive individual who can champion the Department internally and externally to further harness the creative potential of its faculty and students. In alignment with the strategic plan for the College, and in collaboration with the faculty, the new Chair will have the opportunity to develop a cohesive vision for the Department and enhance its international prominence through the development of innovative educational and research programs. The successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to enhance departmental relationships with alumni and other external stakeholders.
In addition to the Department of Earth Sciences, the College of Earth, Ocean and Environment also includes the Department of Geography and Spatial Sciences and the School of Marine Science and Policy, thereby encompassing a wide array of disciplinary and interdisciplinary degree programs and a research-active faculty. The University of Delaware is a Land Grant, Sea Grant and Space Grant institution. It is state assisted but privately governed, and is classified by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as having very high research activity. The University currently enrolls approximately 19,000 undergraduates and 4,000 graduate students, and has plans to hire approximately 500 new faculty in the near future, with important initiatives in place to grow and enhance its graduate enrollment and programs. The College of Earth, Ocean and Environment and the Department of Earth Sciences expect to be part of and to benefit from this growth.
Applicants should submit a complete CV, statement of interest and experience, and a diversity statement at http://www.udel.edu/udjobs. The reference number (Job ID) for the position is 494330 . Questions may be addressed to the search committee chair, Professor Delphis Levia, at email@example.com. For best consideration, application materials should be received by December 1, 2019. All possible discretion will be exercised to maintain the privacy of applicants through the search process.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The University of Delaware is an Equal Opportunity Employer which encourages applications from minority group members, women, individuals with a disability and veterans. The University's Notice of Non-Discrimination can be found at http://www.udel.edu/aboutus/legalnotices.html. Employment offers will be conditioned upon successful completion of a criminal background check. A conviction will not necessarily exclude you from employment.
OPENING DATE: 09/24/19
CLOSING DATE: 10/25/19 05:00 PM
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (District) is a regional government agency, committed to achieving clean air to protect the public's health and the environment. The District accomplishes this goal through regulation of industrial facilities and various outreach and incentive programs designed to encourage clean air choices.
The District's jurisdiction encompasses all of seven counties - Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Napa, and portions of two others - southwestern Solano and southern Sonoma.
The District is recruiting for the position of Technology Implementation Officer in the Technology Implementation Office. This is a full-time, exempt, management position. There is one (1) vacancy.
Under executive direction, incumbents in this class function as senior managers operating within a broad policy framework and typically manage a division of the agency. Incumbents assume sole responsibility for a functional area(s) of service; coordinate and implement program planning; and define organizational structure, staffing requirements, resource allocation and identification of future resource needs. Incumbents also interface with all managerial levels within the agency and outside agencies, and serve as representatives of the division in meetings involving policies, procedures, operation, and administrative systems; and perform related duties as required.
This position directs all activities of the Technology Implementation Office (TIO), whose purpose is to establish the Air District as a catalyst for innovation in the field of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction by deploying disruptive, low-cost solutions in the areas of zero emissions light duty and passenger vehicles and zero emissions energy generation and efficiency technologies. This position will interface with private and public funding sources to devise programs which fund and co-fund these technologies via instruments such as grants, low interest loans, loan guarantees and venture capital.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES FOR THIS POSITION:
Provides technical and managerial direction to TIO staff and contractors in the assessment of mobile and stationary source GHG reduction technologies.
Provides funding, regulatory and other recommendations to the Air District's Board of Directors on stationary and mobile GHG reduction technologies which are best suited for deployment in the Bay Area to achieve rapid, sustainable and low-cost emissions reductions.
Oversees and develops financial instruments and programs such as grants, low interest loans, loan guarantees and venture capital; for the deployment of stationary and mobile GHG reduction technologies.
Forms strategic partnerships and working groups with the private and public sector to facilitate knowledge transfer, benchmarking and outreach regarding stationary and mobile GHG reduction technologies.
Performs outreach to Air District regulated facilities and Bay Area governments on best practices and technologies for the reduction of GHG.
Seeks and advocates for new grants and sources of funding for TIO projects.
Directs the development of guidelines and policies to implement TIO programs and ensures compliance with applicable private and public funding requirements, regulations and guidelines.
Oversees a system of process controls to ensure timeliness, fiscal responsibility, and adherence to applicable private and public funding requirements, regulations and guidelines.
Coordinates and directs activities such as soliciting funding applications, conducting workshops for potential project sponsors, evaluating funding applications, recommending funding for projects, monitoring the implementation of funded projects, reporting on the use of allocated funds, and auditing of funded projects and programs.
Develops and directs the implementation of goals, objectives, policies, procedures and work standards for the TIO.
Directs the preparation and administration of the TIO budget
Plans, organizes, administers, reviews and evaluates the activities of management, professional, technical and support staff.
Communicates District policies, rules and regulations to staff and is responsible for staff productivity and discipline.
Selects personnel and provides for their training, motivation and professional development.
Coordinates with other divisions regarding evaluation and financial tracking related to TIO programs.
Coordinates with local, regional and State agencies regarding TIO programs and related issues.
Represents the District at meetings with the public, industry and other agencies.
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School of the Environment, WSU
Assistant Professor, Earth Materials, Position #130231
The School of the Environment at Washington State University invites applications for a nine-month, full-time tenure-track position in Earth Materials on the Pullman campus at the rank of Assistant Professor, to begin August 2020. We seek applicants who will develop an internationally recognized and externally funded program with an emphasis in one or more of the following areas: petrology, mineralogy, volcanology, magmatic processes, or tectonic processes. The School welcomes applications from both scholars beginning their careers and those whose careers are more advanced.
The SoE is home to the Peter Hooper GeoAnalytical Laboratory and the Radiogenic Isotope and Geochronology Laboratory, that maintain state-of-the art capabilities in whole rock and micro-scale major and trace element analysis, U-Pb and Lu-Hf and Sm-Nd geochronology, and radiogenic and stable isotope geochemistry. Instruments in the laboratories (see: https://environment.wsu.edu/facilities/geoanalytical-lab/) include a ThermoFinnigan Neptune Plus MC-ICP-MS and Element2 ICP-MS, Teledyne Analyte 193nm excimer and NewWave Nd-YAG 213nm laser ablation systems, an Agilent 7700x quadrupole ICP-MS, three X-ray fluorescence spectrometers, and a JOEL JXA-8500 F field emission electron microprobe. The candidate is expected take a leadership role in developing and funding research initiatives that take advantage of the GeoAnalytical Laboratory.
WSU is a Tier I research institution that offers competitive salaries and start-up packages. WSU is committed to excellence through diversity and faculty-friendly policy action, including partner accommodation and NSF ADVANCE Institutional Transformation programs (http://www.advance.wsu.edu/). Credit toward tenure may be negotiable.
The successful candidate will be expected to: (i) develop an externally funded research program; (ii) publish research in top quality, high impact journals; (iii) teach undergraduate and graduate courses related to the field of Earth Materials; (iv) mentor M.S. and Ph.D. students; (v) take a leadership role in the GeoAnalytical Laboratory; (vi) work collaboratively with faculty and to mentor undergraduate and graduate students from a wide range of disciplines, cultures, and academic backgrounds; and (vii) serve university, college, school, and professional organizations.
Required: Earned doctorate in Earth Materials or related discipline at time of hire, with emphasis in one or more of the following areas: petrology, mineralogy, volcanology, magmatic processes, or tectonic processes; Record of research accomplishment as demonstrated by peer-reviewed publications; Potential to establish and maintain an externally funded research program (peer-reviewed publications and developed research agenda); Demonstrated ability and/or potential to successfully teach and mentor students at the graduate and undergraduate levels in the field of Earth Materials.
Preferred: Ability to conduct research and graduate training in an interdisciplinary setting, while building on existing strengths within the core field of solid Earth geosciences; Ability to take a leadership role in developing research initiatives in the GeoAnalytical Laboratory; Ability to educate and support under-served groups and contribute to WSU’s equity, diversity, and inclusion goals in research, teaching, mentoring, and/or service (https://wsu.edu/drive-to-25/diversity-recruitment-plans/).
Screening of application materials begins December 2, 2019, and the application window will remain open until filled. To view the full job advertisement and to apply, visit: https://www.wsujobs.com/postings/48041.
Applications must include: (i) a letter of application describing how your experience and training meet the required and preferred qualifications for this position given above; (ii) a current curriculum vita; (iii) a statement of research interests and accomplishments; (iv) a statement of teaching philosophy; and (v) a list of three professional references (include names, addresses, e-mails and telephone numbers). Because equity is an important part of the WSU mission, we request that applicants include a separate paragraph in the application letter telling us how equity figures into their past, present, and future teaching, research, and community engagement. Teaching and research statements should each be limited to two single-spaced pages.
For questions about the position contact: Dr. Jeff Vervoort, Search Committee Chair, 509-335-5597, firstname.lastname@example.org. EEO/AA/ADA
Assistant Professor in Geological Sciences (Mineralogy/Petrology), University of Missouri
The Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Missouri invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the fields of mineralogy and petrology. Potential areas of research interest could include igneous and/or metamorphic petrology, volcanology, meteoritics, planetary geology, geochemistry, mineral surface chemistry, and/or other related areas of expertise. This position has an anticipated Fall 2020 start date. As a minimum qualification, a Ph.D. in geological sciences or related field by the time of appointment is required. The successful candidate will be expected to teach across the curriculum, including mineralogy and courses within their expertise, and to build an externally funded research program that complements the existing strengths in paleobiology, geochemistry, structural geology, and geophysics. Applicants will be evaluated on their ability to conduct independent research and effectively teach students across the curriculum at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Information about our department and our undergraduate and graduate curricula can be found at our department website [geology.missouri.edu].
Our department occupies a building dedicated to Geological Sciences, and houses numerous analytical facilities [geology.missouri.edu/research-facilities] including a new X-ray Tomographic and Scanning Electron Microscopy laboratory [xray.missouri.edu] as one of the MU Research Core Facilities, and a high-performance computing cluster. Elsewhere on campus is a wide variety of geochemical instrumentation at the MU Research Reactor [murr.missouri.edu] and at other research core facilities [research.missouri.edu/about/cores].
To apply: Please apply on line at: http://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/academic (Job Opening ID 31617). Use the online application to upload (i) a letter of application that describes your teaching and research experience; (ii) a CV; (iii) a statement describing research and teaching interests and a plan for attracting students, including students from demographic groups who traditionally have been underrepresented in the geological sciences; and (iv) a statement of inclusion and diversity. Three reference letters are required and should be sent (electronically or hard copy) to Dr. James Schiffbauer (email@example.com), Chair of the Search Committee. Applicants may contact the Chair of the Search Committee with questions about the job duties. Please contact Human Resource Services (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions about the application process. Review of application materials will begin on Tuesday, December 17th, 2019. To ensure full consideration, applications should be complete (including reference letters) on or before this date. The position will remain open until filled.
The University of Missouri and the Department of Geological Sciences are fully committed to achieving the goal of a diverse and inclusive academic community of faculty, staff, and students. The University of Missouri is an Equal Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer. To request ADA accommodations, please contact the Office of Accessibility & ADA Education at 573-884-7278 or CheekA@missouri.edu.
The University of Oklahoma (OU)’s School of Meteorology invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level to begin in the academic year of 2020-2021. The School is seeking candidates with a research focus in one or more of the following areas: observations of atmospheric composition; atmospheric dynamics of weather systems at any scale. Candidates with expertise on related topics are also encouraged to apply. Applicants must demonstrate an exceptional potential to establish a strong research program in atmospheric science. Equally important, they must have a commitment to excellence in teaching and mentoring at the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as to diversity, inclusion, and equity, plus a strong desire to participate in service to the School, University, and atmospheric science community. Applicants should have completed their PhD by the time of appointment.
The School is seeking to both retain its core strengths in mesoscale and radar meteorology and continue the recent diversification of its research portfolio. Recent faculty hires have included expertise in climate, aerosol and cloud remote sensing, polar studies, seasonal prediction, cloud microphysics, tropical meteorology, stratosphere-troposphere exchange, and the boundary layer. The School offers significant opportunities for collaboration due to its location within the National Weather Center (NWC), housing the University’s academic and research programs in meteorology, state organizations, and the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Norman-based weather programs. The nearby research campus also houses the Department of the Interior’s South Central Climate Adaptation Science Center, the Radar Innovations Laboratory, and numerous private sector companies. To enhance connectivity between the School and various affiliated research units, the hire will have ample opportunities for collaborations with researchers in the Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies (CIMMS), the Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms (CAPS), the Advanced Radar Research Center (ARRC) and the Center for Autonomous Sensing and Sampling (CASS), all collocated at the NWC.
OU is a Carnegie-R1 comprehensive public research university known for excellence in teaching, research, and community engagement, serving the educational, cultural, economic and health-care needs of the state, region, and nation from three campuses. The School of Meteorology values a diverse student and faculty body and encourages applicants from underrepresented groups to apply. This diversity extends beyond the usual definitions regarding age, ethnicity, physical abilities, political and religious beliefs, veteran status, gender, and gender identity, to include work, educational, and life experiences.
To apply, please submit a letter of interest, a statement of research goals, visions on teaching and diversity and inclusion, curriculum vitae, and the names of four people who can serve as references (with full mailing and e-mail addresses, and telephone numbers) online via ByCommittee: https://apply.interfolio.com/69153. Applicants are also encouraged to provide publication and citation data, such as those available from Publons, Google Scholar or similar resources. Screening of applications will begin on 1 November 2019 and will continue until the position is filled. Please address all correspondence to:
Dr. Cameron Homeyer, Search Committee Chair (email@example.com)
Associate Director for Graduate Programs, School of Meteorology, University of Oklahoma
120 David L. Boren Blvd., Suite 5900, Norman, OK 73072
The Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences (DAES) of the University at Albany, State University of New York, invites applicants at the Assistant (tenure track) Professor level, effective Fall 2020. We are seeking individuals with expertise in Earth System Science, broadly defined as those working on the understanding of fundamental processes and dynamics within individual components of the earth system or the coupling between different components, such as the ocean, water cycle, land surface, cryosphere or biosphere. Such processes could reflect physical aspects or biogeochemical cycles, which are fundamental to understanding how substances cycle through our environment. Areas of research could be related to cycling of carbon, nitrogen, water, or other key substances; stable isotope geochemistry; toxic substances in the air, soil or water; or intersections of any of these areas with climate change on a range of spatial and temporal scales. However, candidates whose research specialization complements existing research programs in the department are also encouraged to apply.
More information can be found at https://www.albany.edu/atmos/50648.php. The application deadline is December 1, 2019.
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