Monday, November 29, 2010

TT or non-TT at Oregon Institute of Technology

The Natural Sciences Department at Oregon Institute of Technology seeks candidates for a full-time, nine month position as Assistant Professor of Physics, with the possibility for tenure track depending on qualifications. This position starts September 2011. A substantial part of the teaching load will involve teaching introductory physics for students in biology, environmental sciences, renewable energy, engineering and medical imaging majors. Experience and/or interest in interdisciplinary or applied physics are desirable.
Qualifications: Master’s or doctoral (preferred) degree in physics or related field. Teaching or research experience desirable. Candidates must have excellent communication skills and a strong commitment to undergraduate students. This announcement will remain open until filled. Review of applications is expected to begin on or about December 06, 2010. Therefore, at the discretion of OIT, materials received after that date may not receive consideration. To apply, submit a cover letter, curriculum vita, a statement of your teaching philosophy, the names, email addresses and phone numbers of three references, and copies of your transcripts by email to oithr@oit.edu, job # 11-66009. Application material may also be mailed to the OIT Office of Human Resources, 3201 Campus Drive, Klamath Falls, OR 97601 or faxed to (541) 851-5200.

Professorship at Indiana Wesleyan University

Indiana Wesleyan University’s College of Arts and Sciences Department of Physics invites applications for a faculty appointment in Physics beginning in August, 2011. If qualified, the successful candidate will occupy the Blanchard Endowed Chair, which carries with it financial support and release time from teaching to encourage a vibrant research program with undergraduate students.
Applicant may teach a range of undergraduate physics, physical science, astronomy, and electronics courses. The successful candidate will combine the ability to communicate effectively in the classroom and laboratory. We seek a candidate who is committed to building and sustaining an active program of undergraduate research. Areas of particular interest include biophysics, optics, instrumentation, environmental science and computational physics. The prospective faculty member should be willing to work collaboratively as part of a vibrant School of the Physical and Applied Sciences of 36 full time faculty members. Especially welcome are applications from those who bring diverse ethnic, racial, and international perspectives to their teaching, scholarship, and Christian faith. Online application materials may be accessed at www.iwu.jobs. Questions may be directed to Dr. Dennis Brinkman, c/o Pam Sempel at pam.sempel@indwes.edu.

Non-TT at the University of St. Thomas

Job Summary: The Physics Department at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN (www.stthomas.edu/physics) invites applications for a full-time, ongoing, non-tenure-track faculty position to start September 2011.

The successful candidate will teach 6-7 courses per year, primarily at the introductory level but possibly at the advanced level as well. In addition, the candidate will be expected to operate our new observatory, which comprises a fully automated 17" telescope along with several smaller telescopes. The candidate will be frequently available for evening sky viewings throughout the year and will work closely with the Observatory Director and other faculty to develop new curricular and community outreach activities. These endeavors will constitute the bulk of the candidate's professional engagement beyond regular teaching duties.

Professorship at James Madison University

James Madison University (JMU) seeks a coordinator for its nationally recognized Mathematics and Science area of General Education. We seek a candidate with a deep commitment to academic excellence and liberal education that can lead our well established interdisciplinary program to further success.

Principal Duties: The Coordinator will work as both a faculty member and administrator. The Coordinator will teach and be tenurable in her or his academic discipline. Administrative duties include guiding faculty and curriculum development, overseeing assessment of student learning at the program level, advising students and serving as a member of the University Studies program staff. Desired Qualifications: Candidates will hold a terminal degree and have a distinguished record of teaching, research, and university service appropriate for appointment at the rank of Associate or Full Professor. Candidates should be able to provide evidence of creative leadership and management abilities and demonstrate a commitment to interdisciplinary cooperation and liberal education.

James Madison University is a state-supported co-educational university located in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Additional information may be obtained by visiting the university website at either http://www.jmu.edu or http://www.jmu.edu/gened/. To view the full job posting and to apply for this position go to https://JobLink.jmu.edu and reference posting number 0403781. Salary to commensurate with experience. Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/agpgxff

TT or T at University of Ontario Institute of Technology

The Faculty of Science invites applications for a tenure-stream or tenured position in Physics at any rank. This position is subject to budgetary approval, and would start at a mutually agreeable time but not later than July 2011. The successful candidate will be expected to conduct active and innovative research programs and to teach at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. In keeping with a technology-enhanced learning environment utilizing laptop computers and wireless connectivity, UOIT seeks faculty who strive to explore and develop new pedagogies. Applicants with research expertise in the area of experimental materials physics are particularly encouraged to apply. Applicants should possess a Ph.D. in Physics or a related area, a strong academic background, and a record of excellence in research.

The Faculty of Science offers an Honours Bachelor of Science degree program in Physics, including Medical Physics, Forensic Physics and Energy and the Environment specializations. Further information about the Faculty of Science is available at http://science.uoit.ca. Applications will be accepted until January 7, 2011 or until suitable candidates are found.

Two Postdocs at MIT

Join a new program to develop an open source integrated online learning environment that integrates short learning modules, cognitively categorized homework, links to chosen external simulations, and coupled in-class activities like peer instruction. The modules blend assessment, instruction, outside assets, and discussion groups. We will assess everything a student does using Item Response Theory which will allow us to guide instruction of student and class. Mining student use data will allow us to measure the learning of individual instructional exercises and to improve assessment items. This environment will be built using LON_CAPA.org and will implement our new Modeling Applied to Problem Solving pedagogy. See http://relate.mit.edu for related work.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

TT at University of Maine

Assistant Professor
Chemistry, Mathematics & Statistics, or Physics & Astronomy
Discipline-Based Education Research
Full-time Tenure-Track Position

The University of Maine invites applications for a full-time tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level in Physics & Astronomy, Chemistry, or Mathematics & Statistics, with expertise in chemistry, mathematics, or physics education research. The appointment will be in one of these academic departments, with membership in the Maine Center for Research in STEM Education (Maine RiSE Center).

This position is one of three new faculty hires created through the Maine Physical Sciences Partnership (PSP), an NSF-funded, multi-million-dollar project of the Maine RiSE Center in collaboration with regional school units, to target the teaching and learning of physical sciences in grades 6-9 as well as the preparation of science teachers at the University of Maine. The project includes (1) the selection and implementation of coherent, research-supported curricula; (2) provision of ongoing intensive professional development for teachers; (3) research on the impact of the curricular implementation on student learning and teachers’ content knowledge and pedagogical content knowledge; (4) reform of university-level STEM instruction.

Monday, November 22, 2010

Communications Specialist at AIP

** Commnications Specialist at American Institute of Physics **

Communications Specialist — MD
Brief description of job duties
The Society of Physics Students (SPS) at the American Institute of Physics, is seeking a Communications Specialist who will be responsible for the maintenance of the SPS websites and electronic communication, and the non-periodical SPS publications. She/he will also assist with the scheduling for meeting preparation and surface mail efforts as well as any other SPS projects and publications as needed. She/he will be responsible for maintaining and contributing to social networking efforts of the Division; such as Flickr, Twitter, Facebook and other social media applications. Must be willing to travel as needed. All other duties as assigned.

Qualifications
A Bachelor's degree in relevant subject area is required, with substantial physics coursework at least equivalent to a physics minor. Two years experience in web maintenance and familiarity with XHTML specifications, CSS, java scripting, basic UNIX system file commands, and PDF technologies also are required. The ideal candidate will have documented experience in managing and scheduling multi-faceted projects and strong organizational skills to coordinate project development. Strong interpersonal skills to work effectively with customers, society representatives, in-house staff, and technical professionals are required. She/he must have the ability to multitask and work in a team environment.

IF YOU HAVE THE QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE ABOVE POSITION, PLEASE NOTIFY HUMAN RESOURCES AT AIPHR@AIP.ORG AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

Visiting Assistant Professor at Saint Mary's College

The Department of Chemistry and Physics at Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN, is seeking to fill a renewable visiting assistant professor position in physics. Initial teaching responsibilities will be physics courses in our general education program and a methods and content physics course for elementary education majors.

Saint Mary’s College is a 4-year, Catholic liberal arts college for women. The physics program is part of a joint department with chemistry and as a service program, teaches students in a variety of majors.

More information here.

Adjunct Faculty at Cuyahoga Community College

Job Responsibilities: Teaches a full range of courses including General Physics and College Physics.

Required Qualifications: Master's degree or higher in Physics or a related field. Proficiency in word processing, presentation software, internet and email.

Preferred Qualifications: Ph.D. in Physics. Previous teaching experience in Higher Education. Previous experience with Blackboard (web based course management system).

More info here.

Science/ Engineering Tutor with Kaplan

The successful candidate will be responsible for the delivery of modules in science and/or engineering on programmes offered by the College. These modules may be at both pre-Undergraduate and pre-Masters level. The post will be of particular interest to candidates who enjoy working with international students.

Starting salary available: £28,000 to £30,000 + benefits

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

TT or T at Arizona State University

Assistant or Associate Professor - Science
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
Arizona State University

BRIEF DESCRIPTION
The person selected for this position will teach science foundations, assessment, methods, and research courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels; serve as faculty advisor to graduate students; develop a program of scholarly productivity as evidenced through peer‐reviewed publications, acquisition of external funding and presentations at national conferences; contribute to program development, and provide college, university, professional, and community service.

Applications due Wednesday, December 15, 2010

more information here: http://education.asu.edu/jobs/assistant-or-associate-professor-science

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Assistant Director at Florida International University

Florida International University is looking for a coordinator for our new Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Project. The project focuses on working with faculty (and paying them) to implement research-validated curricula in their physics, chemistry, and biology courses. The FIU PER group is driving the project, leveraging our success to push the institution towards additional reform. We envision post docs / 2nd post docs as the most likely to fill the position, but all are encouraged to apply.

The full ad is online: http://casgroup.fiu.edu/physics/news.php?id=1951

The application is online at www.fiujobs.org (position #62776).

Monday, November 15, 2010

TT at US Naval Academy

We are currently looking to fill a tenure-track position at the assistant-professor level. The United States Naval Academy offers a unique program that creates for faculty an attractive balance between teaching and research. Class sizes are small (no more than 24 students to a section) with a typical teaching load of two sections per semester. The physics department contains many faculty with a wide range of teaching and research interests. We typically graduate over thirty majors each year in one of three tracks: the standard physics track, the astrophysics track, and the applied physics track. If you have a passion for teaching but also want to enjoy a rigorous and supportive research environment, the USNA Physics Department may be an ideal place for you.

Lecturer at Eastern Kentucky University

The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Eastern Kentucky University invites applications for a full-time (nine month) faculty position at the rank of Lecturer beginning August 15, 2011. The responsibility of this position requires 15 hours of teaching and focus on teaching classes and laboratories at the introductory level in Physics and Astronomy. Requirements include a Master’s Degree in Physics, Astronomy or a related field from a regionally accredited or internationally recognized institution and experience developing and delivering classroom instruction at a university setting. All interested applicants must apply at jobs.eku.edu (search requisition 0608578). Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2010 and will continue until the position is filled.

TT at SUNY at Binghamton

Outstanding applicants are being sought for a tenure track position at the Assistant Professor level in the Physics Department at Binghamton University. Exceptionally experienced and well-qualified applicants will be considered at the rank of Associate Professor. The department seeks applicants with the ability to build and maintain an independently sponsored research program. Equally important is an applicant committed to teaching and engaging Physics undergraduate and graduate students in both research and the classroom. We are particularly interested in building our graduate program in the areas of Experimental Condensed Matter Physics, Materials Science, and Computational Materials. A Ph.D. in Physics and postdoctoral experience are required. The University has made substantial investments in its research infrastructure in the physical sciences, including funding of the Innovative Technologies Complex with more than $25 million in state-of-the-art analytical equipment and a new $2 million nanofabrication facility in the Department of Physics.
Applicants should submit a full vita, statement of research, statement of teaching philosophy, and a list of three references in a single PDF to physics@binghamton.edu. For full consideration, submit your application by January 20, 2011. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Binghamton University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Members of minority groups and women are especially encouraged to apply.

Lecturer at Spelman College

Spelman College seeks teacher/scholars dedicated to excellence in teaching and to the continued enhancement of the scholarly environment for students and colleagues. Founded in 1881, Spelman College is a private four-year liberal arts college located in Atlanta, GA. The oldest historically Black college for women in the United States, Spelman is a member of the Atlanta University Center Consortium and Atlanta Regional Consortium for Higher Education.
The Department of Physics at Spelman College invites applications for a one-semester teaching appointment for spring semester 2011, with the possibility of renewal for subsequent semesters. The teaching load will include a mix of introductory lectures, recitations, and labs. The successful candidate must hold a Ph.D. in Physics or a closely related field (ABD acceptable if defending this year); preference will be given to candidates with some teaching experience.

TT at Rhode Island College

Rhode Island College invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor of physics for Fall 2011 to teach undergraduate physics and physical sciences courses and to actively engage students in their scholarly and research activities. Final appointment subject to available funding. Requirements include: Earned PhD in physics or a closely related discipline; research experience in physics or closely related field. For full job description and application procedures, see: https://employment.ric.edu/. Application deadline: January 7, 2011.

Teaching and Research Technician at John Carroll University

The Physics department of John Carroll University is seeking to fill a staff position for a teaching and research support technician. Duties include: support teaching laboratories and classroom demonstrations; teach introductory labs and train and supervise undergraduate teaching assistants; train students in safe and correct machine shop practice; use machine tools to construct equipment to support science faculty research or teaching; manage and maintain the physics department machine shop. Suitably qualified individuals may have other teaching opportunities. Screening of applications will begin December 6, 2010 and will continue until the position is filled. John Carroll University is committed to diversity in the workplace; we strongly encourage applications from women and minorities.
Qualifications: Master's or PhD degree in physics, engineering or related field preferred (Bachelors with extra experience will be considered). Skill with machining and safe machine shop practice. Ability to design and troubleshoot simple circuits. Computer skills sufficient to troubleshoot software or computer interface problems. Requirements: Applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, copies of transcripts, and two letters of recommendation, through the JCU web site:
https://jcu.hua.mytalentlink.hrdpt.com/ats/job_search.php?view_all=1&clear=1

Associate Professorship at the University of Waikato (New Zealand)

Applications are sought from individuals who will contribute to the profile of teacher education and research. You will be expected to teach at undergraduate and graduate level, including the supervision of Honours, Masters and PhD students, and engage in research and publication. Providing academic leadership in ensuring quality and innovation in research, teaching and curricula development is essential to this role.

You will have a PhD in a relevant discipline, university teaching experience and a strong record of scholarly publications. Success in winning external research grants would be advantageous.This position is available from February 2011. Current salary range for Senior Lecturers is NZ$79,266 to NZ$106,319 per year and for Associate Professors is NZ$103,527 to NZ$117,941 per year. The level of appointment will be dependent on academic qualifications and experience of the successful applicant.

Friday, November 12, 2010

Lecturer at Eastern Michigan

Lecturer I (Physics / Astronomy)
Eastern Michigan University
General Summary:The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites applications for a full time lecturer position starting winter 2011.

The Lecturer will teach courses in Introductory Astronomy, Introductory Physics (conceptual, algebra and calculus-based) as well as other courses in Physical Science.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

TT at Utica College

Applicants are invited for a tenure-track position at the assistant professor level to begin Fall 2011. We are seeking candidates with broad intellectual interests, an obvious enthusiasm and talent for undergraduate teaching, and the ability to involve undergraduates in scholarly research in any field of physics or astronomy but especially in an experimental area. Successful candidates must be committed to creative undergraduate teaching of both physics and pre-engineering courses, with a demonstrated ability to teach effectively to students possessing a variety of interests and backgrounds. Ability to teach Astronomy would be particularly welcome.

To ensure consideration, candidates should submit a letter of application including a curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching interests and philosophy, a statement of research plans and goals, and three letters of recommendation to John H. Johnsen, Ph.D., Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, Utica College, Utica, NY 13502. Submission of information may also be sent electronically to jjohnse@utica.edu. For full consideration all materials should be received by January 15, 2011.However, we may continue to accept and review applicants until the position is filled. Utica College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Visit our Web site: http://www.utica.edu.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Instructor at NC School of Science and Math

North Carolina School of Science and Math has a job opening for a full-time physics instructor beginning in January 2011. For information about the position and how to apply, go to http://www.ncssm.edu/hr/jobs/.

Inquiries about the position may be directed to the NCSSM Human Resources office or to Dr. Myra Halpin, Dean of Science (halpin@ncssm.edu)

Monday, November 8, 2010

TT at Murray State University

Assistant Professor – Engineering and Physics, Department of Engineering and Physics, Murray State University. Full-time, tenure track position to begin August 2011. Applicant is expected to teach courses in undergraduate general physics and engineering physics, establish a productive research program; manage undergraduate general physics laboratories; participate in curriculum development; perform professional service.

Ph.D. required in physics. ABD’s with a documented plan of completion by appointment date will be considered. Applicants should have research interests in physics fitting to a regional undergraduate university; have desire to involve undergraduates in research projects and ability to contribute to design activities appropriate for an EAC/ABET-accredited engineering physics program. Applicants with teaching experience in an undergraduate physics program are preferred. To Apply: Please Visit www.murraystatejobs.com

TT at Mesa State College

Mesa State College, Grand Junction, CO seeks applications for a tenure-track faculty position starting in August 2011. Ph.D. in Physics, Astronomy, or closely related field, a proven interest in teaching undergraduate physics, good communication skills, and the ability to involve undergraduate students in research projects required; backgrounds in experimental physics or astronomy preferred. Visit www.mesastate.edu/hr/newempl.html for details. Apply by 01/14/11.

TT at Arkansas State University

Arkansas State University is recruiting applications for two tenure track faculty positions in the Department of Chemistry and Physics commencing August 2011. A Ph.D. in physics is required, and post-doctoral research or professional experience is desired. Preference will be given to an appointment at the Assistant Professor level but applicants with outstanding credentials may be considered at higher ranks.

The successful candidate is expected to contribute to the educational mission of the Department and to develop an independent and externally funded research program. He or she will teach introductory and advanced courses in physics and supervise undergraduate research. We welcome applications from candidates whose research activities will contribute to the ongoing interdisciplinary research within the Department and College.

TT at SUNY College at Oneonta

The Department of Physics & Astronomy at the State University of New York College at Oneonta invites applications for a full-time, tenure track position at the Assistant Professor level in Astronomy commencing in August 2011. Expectations include instruction, research, student advisement and college service. Candidates should demonstrate enthusiasm and credentials for teaching astronomy at all undergraduate levels for students with a wide range of abilities; significant experience with telescope and planetarium operations; ability to teach introductory and upper-level physics courses; inclusion of undergraduate students in research projects in astronomy; experience with diverse populations or inclusive pedagogies. The department has impressive astronomy infrastructure including New York State’s largest reflecting telescope (40” JMI) and a planetarium with an Evans and Sutherland Projection System. The department currently has six full-time faculty and supports approximately 70 students with a Physics Major, an Adolescence Education Physics Major, an active 3-2 Engineering Program, and Astronomy and Energy Minors.

To apply, go to http://oneonta.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=21521. Upload cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement of interest in and qualifications for the position, and scanned copies of graduate transcript(s). Please have three professional references send letters to: Dr. Hugh Gallagher, Chair, Department of Physics and Astronomy, 120E Physical Science Building, SUNY Oneonta, Oneonta, NY 13820. Review of applications will begin immediately.

Friday, November 5, 2010

Program Coordinator at the University of Oregon

The University of Oregon, Department of Physics invites applications for Program Coordinator for a new Science Literacy Program (SLP). This non-tenure track career faculty position at the rank of Instructor or Senior Instructor is part of a 4-year HHMI-funded Undergraduate Science Education program that is anticipated to continue beyond the grant period. The SLP is interdisciplinary. The Coordinator will collaborate with four departments, Biology, Chemistry, Geological Sciences, or Physics, and will be a member of one of them. The SLP goals are improving science literacy course teaching, providing faculty development opportunities, and training students in teaching and communication. The Coordinator will administer the SLP, participate in curriculum and pedagogy development, participate in program assessment and results dissemination, and coordinate with other UO programs. A background in science education research and a PhD in biology, chemistry, geology, or physics are required.

Applicants must apply online at Academic Jobs Online (http://academicjobsonline.org/ajo) and should upload an application letter, a current curriculum vitae, a list of publications, and a statement of experience and scholarly interests in science education research. They should arrange to have at least three letters of recommendation uploaded at the same site. Further questions concerning this search should be sent to SLPsearch@physics.uoregon.edu. Review of applications will begin December 1, 2010, and applications will be considered until the position is filled. The successful candidate will support and enhance a diverse learning and working environment.
An equal-opportunity, affirmative-action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

[Ed. Note: the application review deadline has been updated on this post.]

Thursday, November 4, 2010

TT or T at North Carolina State University

North Carolina State University
Assistant/Associate Professor of Science Education
College of Education
Department of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education

We invite applications and nominations for a tenure-line position, assistant/associate professor rank, in the Department of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education, College of Education, NC State University. To apply for this position please visit our website at http://jobs.ncsu.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=88690. The candidate must have completed the doctorate at the time of appointment. This is a nine- month, tenure track appointment effective August 15, 2011.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

TT at University of Wisconsin - Platteville

Applications are invited for an anticipated tenure-track assistant professor position in Physics, with specialization in Physics Education Research preferred. Start date is August 23, 2010. This person will teach and contribute to the development of courses and laboratories in algebra- and calculus-based introductory physics and physical science, plus teach additional upper division courses in engineering physics as determined by the successful applicant's expertise and departmental need. The physics program at University of Wisconsin-Platteville includes an accredited major in engineering physics plus service courses for engineering, science, technology, and liberal arts majors. The university, located in southwest Wisconsin, enrolls about 6800 students, mostly undergraduates, including about 2000 in engineering. Specifics regarding this position, the department, and the application process can be found at http://www.uwplatt.edu/chemep/phys/employment-faculty.html. Application review begins 1/4/11 and continues until the position is filled. UW-Platteville is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

TT at Univ. of Michigan - Flint

The University of Michigan-Flint invites applications for appointment as a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Physics beginning fall 2011. The University of Michigan-Flint is a non-discriminatory, Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Minimum requirements are as follows:
1) Ph.D. in Physics or closely related discipline
2) Evidence of high quality teaching in an undergraduate physics program
3) Record of published research and promise of future productivity

TT at Bennington College

Bennington College, an innovative liberal arts college in Southwestern Vermont, invites applications for a full-time faculty member in Physics, starting Fall 2011. All areas of specialty are encouraged; candidates interested in developing a curriculum in astronomy/astrophysics or atmospheric physics are of particular interest.

The College observatory, available for teaching and research purposes, houses an automated, 16” Ritchey-Chr├ętien telescope and several smaller student telescopes. Teaching expectations include an annual two-term college physics sequence with lab, advanced offerings, and courses for the broader campus community. Also desirable is the potential for contribution to the mathematics curriculum. Applicants must have a PhD at the time of appointment and maintain active professional work/research as part of this position.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Part-time Instructor at Bennett College

The department of mathematics and computer science at Bennett College is looking for a part time instructor to teach two physics classes; Physics for Biological Science and Physics based on Calculus. The position requires completing minimum 18 credit hours of graduate level physics courses.
Contact:
Dr. Byong Lee, Chair
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
tel: 336-517-2281

Monday, November 1, 2010

Lecturer at Baylor University

The Department of Physics, Baylor University, invites applications for a Lecturer position, anticipated to begin in the fall of 2011. Baylor University, the world’s largest Baptist university, is a coeducational institution of about 15,000 students and 950 faculty located in Waco, Texas—midway between Dallas and Austin. Applicants should be committed to achieving excellence in teaching introductory-level physics and astronomy courses. The successful candidate should hold a master’s or Ph.D. in physics or astronomy, and possess a proven record of teaching excellence at the introductory or advanced levels.

Interested applicants should submit a letter of application, transcripts, curriculum vitae, brief essay on teaching philosophy, and the names and contact information for three references to: Dr. Dwight Russell, Chair, Lecturer Search Committee, Department of Physics, Baylor University, One Bear Place #97316, Waco, TX 76798. Applications received by January 7th, 2011, will be given full consideration. Baylor University is affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas. As an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer, Baylor encourages minorities, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities to apply.

Two TT at Univ. of North Florida

The University of North Florida Department of Physics is seeking candidates for two tenure-track assistant professor of physics positions to start in August 2011. A Ph.D. in experimental physics with emphasis in condensed matter or optics is required. Postdoctoral research experience and the ability to secure external funding are highly desirable. The successful candidates will be able to teach courses throughout the physics curriculum and conduct externally fundable research involving undergraduate students. Competitive start-up funds are available. Currently, there are four condensed matter experimentalists and one condensed matter theorist in the Department.

Applicants must complete an online application at www.unfjobs.org (positions #332670 and #333850). Separate statements of teaching interests and research plan, all undergraduate/graduate transcripts, and three letters of reference must be submitted to Dr. Jane MacGibbon, Dept of Physics, 1 UNF Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32224 (jmacgibb@unf.edu). Application review will begin on January 5, 2011. UNF is an EO/EA/AA Institution.

TT at San Francisco State Univ.

[Ed. note: This is a separate position in the SFSU physics department that is distinct from the one recently posted in educational psychology.]

The Department of Physics and Astronomy at San Francisco State University invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in theoretical high-energy physics. We are also interested in applicants working at the interface of particle and nuclear theory. Specific interests among the current particle physics faculty include lattice gauge theory, nonperturbative aspects of quantum field theory and hadronic physics. More information about our department can be found at the department’s website, http://www.physics.sfsu.edu.

The department offers Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees and is committed to excellence in both research and teaching. We seek candidates who are outstanding researchers, and who are enthusiastic about mentoring graduate and undergraduate students and involving Master’s students in their research. Faculty members with funded research programs typically teach two courses per semester.

TT at Univ. of Central Arkansas

The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the area of Physics Education Research (PER). The successful candidate will have a research program in PER, participate in teacher education programs, and teach service, general education, and science education courses. Submit CV, graduate transcripts, statements addressing teaching philosophy and research plans, and contact information for three references to daynab@uca.edu, or by mail to Dr. Stephen Addison, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Central Arkansas, 201 Donaghey Avenue, Conway, AR 72035. Review of candidates begins on January 3, 2011, and continues until the position is filled. AA/EOE.

TT at Fordham University

The Department of Physics at Fordham University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position to start in the Fall of 2011. The applicant must be able to teach a variety of undergraduate courses, particularly in the area of engineering physics. Additionally, the ability to develop innovative courses and experiments in engineering physics will be considered a plus. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in physics, preferably with a B.S. or M.S. in an engineering discipline. Post-doctoral experience with a strong publication record is also required. The successful applicant is expected to carry out a research program with the involvement of undergraduates. Current areas of research are mesoscopic physics, polymers, liquid crystals, laser physics, quantum optics, intermediate energy nuclear theory, and particle physics (chiral perturbation theory, lattice QCD). Our location in New York City provides many opportunities for collaborative research.

Applicants should submit a curriculum vita, a brief plan of research, a statement on teaching philosophy, and arrange to have three letters of recommendation e-mailed to haider@fordham.edu or mailed to Search Committee, Physics Department, Fordham University, Bronx, N.Y. 10458-9993. Applications will be reviewed beginning January 15, 2011 and will be considered until the position is filled. Fordham is an independent, Catholic University in the Jesuit tradition that welcomes applications from men and women of all backgrounds. Fordham is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

TT at Northern Arizona Univ.

The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Northern Arizona University is seeking an experimental physicist for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level beginning in August 2011. The successful candidate is expected to become an excellent and enthusiastic teacher of physics at all levels, conduct research in experimental physics, advise students, and serve on committees at both the department and university level.

The minimum qualification is an earned doctorate in physics or a related field. Preferred qualifications include: demonstrated interest or ability to develop a research program that involves undergraduates and graduate students; a publication record and/or extramural funding in experimental physics; demonstrated interest in developing into an exceptional teacher; expertise in condensed matter physics/materials science, chemical physics, biophysics, or optics; expressed interest in interdisciplinary research with other departments; and, the ability to work with students, colleagues, and community members from diverse cultures.

TT at Roger Williams University

The Department of Chemistry and Physics invites applications for a new tenure-track position in Fall 2011.

Primary responsibilities include: teaching introductory algebra and calculus based physics, lecture and lab courses for science, engineering, and architecture majors; developing physics courses for the General Education Program; and involving undergraduates in research in any area of physics. A Ph.D. in Physics is required and Postdoctoral experience is preferred.

To view a more detailed job description, please visit our website at http://rwu.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=21304.

Lecturer at UC Merced

The School of Natural Sciences at the University of California, Merced, seeks applications for a Physics Lecturer with Potential Security of Employment (LPSOE). The LPSOE is a permanent, full-time instructional position. The successful applicant must demonstrate a strong dedication to Physics education, including teaching excellence, course development, student recruitment, and programmatic assessment. Candidates should also demonstrate potential to successfully secure external funding to support innovate educational initiatives. Candidates interested in peer-reviewed Physics education research are highly encouraged to apply. Requirements include a Ph.D. in Physics or a related field and significant university-level teaching experience. For more information or to apply, visit http://www.ucmerced.edu/jobs/. Completed online applications should be received by December 1, 2010. AA/EOE.

TT in Science Ed at University of Massachusetts Boston

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Massachusetts Boston is seeking a tenure-track assistant professor in Science Education, to begin September 1, 2011. While the position will be based in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, the faculty member will also be a core faculty fellow of the Center of Science and Math in Context (COSMIC), which is a research center operated jointly by the College of Education & Human Development and the College of Science and Mathematics.

UMass Boston is an urban institution with opportunities for collaboration within the University and across a network of schools and community settings serving diverse populations. We seek candidates who share our commitment to providing high quality, culturally responsive science education for all students, especially those in urban settings. We also seek candidates who have substantial K-12 classroom/school-based experience in urban schools, with a significant portion at the elementary level.

TT at University of Cape Town

Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in the Academic Development Programme (Physics)

ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

CENTRE FOR HIGHER EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT

We invite applications for this permanent position, for appointment by 01 February 2011 or as soon as possible thereafter.

The position is on the staff of the Academic Development Programme (ADP). Please note that as the successful candidate you will be seconded to the Physics Department in the Faculty of Science.

The primary responsibilities, in the context of ADP work in the Faculty of Science, will be to:
Design and teach foundational and other courses in Physics.
Participate in curriculum and student development in Physics.
Undertake research in Physics education directed at tertiary level.

Research Fellowship at Jesus College

Applications are invited for a Research Fellowship to held in Sciences including scientific studies in the fields of Geography, Archaeology and Anthropology. The Fellowship is a fixed-term three year Research Fellowship normally commencing on 1 October 2011, though there may be grounds for a different starting date as described in the further particulars posted on http://www.jesus.cam.ac.uk/jobs/index.html

The Fellowship is intended for researchers early in their careers. Successful candidates are expected to be either graduate students, probably in the latter stages of their research leading to a PhD Degree, or post-doctoral researchers who have recently been awarded their PhD Degree. Candidates who have undertaken more than four years of full-time research are unlikely to be considered.

Junior Research Fellowships at various colleges at Oxford

The Governing Bodies of the three colleges propose to elect in co-operation up to eleven Junior Research Fellows, in Arts and Science, according to an agreed allocation of subjects between the colleges. The current salary is £20,938. The fellowships are tenable either from 1st October 2011 or, exceptionally, from 1st September 2011.

Research Fellows are expected to undertake original research in some branch of arts, science or education. They may, with the permission of the appropriate Governing Body, undertake a limited amount of teaching. Depending upon their field of study, successful candidates will be based at one of Christ Church, Merton College or St John’s College.