Full time, tenure track. Beginning the fall semester of 2010. Join a vibrant department that actively involves students in collaborative research projects that provide practical applications of topics from coursework.
Responsibilities: Teaching a range of introductory and upper-level physics courses, conducting research with students, advising students, and assisting in curriculum development. The successful candidate must possess outstanding creative, interpersonal and leadership skills, provide evidence of teaching excellence in all levels of undergraduate physics, including labs and courses for non-majors, and have a strong commitment to evangelical Christian faith.
Requirements: Ph.D. in physics is required at time of hire. Preference will be given to those applicants who can actively involve students in research. Background areas, such as optics or biophysics, which complement those already represented in the department, and which would provide opportunities for internal and external research collaborations, are especially welcome. Academic rank determined based on previous teaching experience.
For questions specific to this position, contact Dr. Mark Yuly; firstname.lastname@example.org; 585-567-9282 (direct) or 585-567-9280 (Department Administrative Assistant).
Applications: See http://www.houghton.edu/human_resources/Procedure%20for%20applicants.htm.