Friday, March 22, 2024

Lecturer, University of Maine, Department of Physics and Astronomy

The Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Maine invites applications for an ongoing, non-tenure track, academic-year appointment as Lecturer, anticipated to start September 3, 2024.

Responsibilities will consist of teaching a combination of introductory and upper-division undergraduate courses in the department each year, including upper-division laboratory instruction. Collaboration with others involved in delivering multi-section introductory courses and in curriculum development and assessment is expected. Mentoring of teaching assistants in coordination of laboratory and/or recitation and mentoring of undergraduate Learning Assistants in relevant courses as appropriate is also included. Service to the department, college, and university is expected.

A master’s degree in physics or a closely related area, along with graduate study beyond the master’s, is required by date of hire. Demonstrated effective college-level teaching in physics, effective written and oral communication skills, and demonstrated familiarity with and/or openness to active engagement teaching strategies are also required. Preferred qualifications include a doctoral degree in physics or a closely related area, demonstrated experience with implementing active engagement and/or research-based teaching strategies, a record of successful performance in collaborative settings, and demonstrated experience with research on the learning and teaching of physics. We are especially interested in applicants who can contribute to the University of Maine’s commitment to an inclusive and diverse student body that includes first-generation and low-income students and those from groups that are under-represented in physics.

The Department of Physics and Astronomy ( offers BA, BS, MS, and PhD degrees in physics, ABET-accredited BS and ME degrees in engineering physics, and minors in physics and astronomy. Students are involved in laboratory work during every semester of their studies, including a capstone project their senior year. The Department’s Physics Education Research Laboratory ( is one of the leading physics education research groups in the country, and STEM Education (both in teaching and research) is one of the Signature Areas of the University of Maine.

To apply, submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy and relevant teaching experience, a statement demonstrating how you would contribute to the University of Maine’s commitment to an inclusive and diverse student body that includes first-generation and low-income students and those from groups that are under-represented in physics, and the names and contact information (including e-mail addresses and phone numbers) of at least three references. Materials must be submitted via HireTouch at the webpage instructions for submitting your application can be found. You will need to create a profile and application. Incomplete applications cannot be considered. For technical difficulties with the HireTouch site please contact Human Resources at or 207-581-1581. General correspondence about this position should be sent to MacKenzie Stetzer at Review of applications will begin April 22, 2024.

The University of Maine is a community of more than 11,200 undergraduate and graduate students, and 2,500 employees located on the Orono campus and throughout the state. UMaine is the state land and sea grant university and maintains a leadership role as the System’s flagship university. It is dedicated to providing excellent teaching, research, and service at the university, state, and national levels. Further information about UMaine can be found at

The University of Maine offers a wide range of benefits for employees including, but not limited to, tuition benefits (employee and dependent), comprehensive insurance coverage including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, and short and long term disability as well as retirement plan options. As a former NSF ADVANCE institution, the University of Maine is committed to diversity in our workforce and to dual-career couples.

UMaine is located in beautiful Central Maine. Many employees report that a primary reason for choosing to come to UMaine is quality of life. Numerous cultural activities, excellent public schools, safe neighborhoods, high quality medical care, little traffic, and a reasonable cost of living make the greater Bangor area a wonderful place to live. Learn more about what the Bangor region has to offer at

The University of Maine is an EEO/AA employer.

Monday, March 18, 2024

Lecturer in Physics, Stanford University, Department of Physics

 The Stanford Physics Department invites applications for a Lecturer position to begin in Summer or Autumn quarter 2024. This position is a full-time, twelve-month, benefits-eligible, teaching position. The initial appointment is for a term of 2 years with possible reappointment after that.

 The primary role of this position will be to teach introductory physics courses, possibly in partnership with another instructor. Duties will include assisting the department in a restructuring of the introductory physics courses and laboratories, both in terms of the course sequences offered and the curriculum and pedagogy of the courses. 

The Lecturer should be knowledgeable in curriculum and course design, including effective pedagogy and equitable assessment, as well as in evaluating the success of new offerings, and able to work collaboratively with faculty in the course restructuring process. 

A Ph.D. or equivalent is required. 

In addition to instruction, the candidate will be responsible for helping to manage the introductory physics courses, including mentoring and managing the intro course teaching assistants, supporting faculty new to teaching these courses, helping with other aspects of the physics education program, and participating in Department committees, as appropriate. They will also contribute to ensuring continuous improvement of these courses, monitoring the outcomes, and making ongoing improvements. 

Applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and statement of teaching philosophy and experience (two pages maximum) and arrange for the submission of three letters of recommendation addressing their teaching and administrative abilities. In the statement, please discuss your teaching practices and experience and how they prepare you to take on the responsibilities described above, including how you promote an inclusive and equitable learning environment, and how you would measure the success of your teaching efforts.

All materials must be submitted electronically to Academic Jobs Online: 

For full consideration, applications should be completed by April 5, 2024, though we will continue to accept applications after this date.

Email inquiries and questions may be directed to the chair of the search committee, Prof. Peter Graham (


The expected base pay range for this position is $89,000 - $112,500.


Stanford University provides pay ranges representing its good faith estimate of what the university reasonably expects to pay for a position. The pay offered to a selected candidate will be determined based on factors such as (but not limited to) the scope and responsibilities of the position, the qualifications of the selected candidate, departmental budget availability, internal equity, geographic location and external market pay for comparable jobs.

Stanford is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Stanford welcomes applications from all who would bring additional dimensions to the University's research, teaching, and clinical missions.

Wednesday, March 13, 2024

[Deadline extended till March 20] FOUR DBER/ STEM Education Postdocs, North Dakota State

 Do you want to change how we teach undergraduate STEM courses? Are you interested in developing skills in STEM education or discipline-based education research (DBER)? We are recruiting a cohort of four postdoctoral researchers to join us at North Dakota State University. Collaborations in Discipline-based Education Research (CiDER) is an interdisciplinary program designed to prepare early career researchers by integrating you into our DBER community, providing mentoring in research and teaching, and helping you build a network of collaborators. Our research interests are interdisciplinary and collaborative, focused on melding diverse theories and methods to progress our understanding of learning further.

We welcome applications from recent graduates in all STEM fields, including those with no or limited experience in DBER.

Our postdoc positions are housed in Fargo, North Dakota (just a little North of Normal) and have a salary of $70,000 with benefits. Our two-year program begins July 15, 2024.

Applications are due March 11, and we anticipate finalizing our cohort in April.

For more information about our program and our people, please visit our developing website:


Email Jenni Momsen ( or any of our program faculty.

Friday, February 23, 2024

TT Associate Professor STEM Education and Equity, University of California Riverside

Position Announcement

Associate Professor STEM Education and Equity


The School of Education (SOE) at the University of California, Riverside (UCR) invites applications and nominations for a full-time, tenure-track Associate Professor of STEM Education and Equity. The position will commence as early as July 1, 2024, or as negotiated.


Position Description

We are seeking a faculty member with commitments to advancing the field of equity and justice-based STEM Education. This includes research that expands perspectives and ideas, utilizes and builds on critical theoretical and methodological approaches, and demonstrates expertise in critical epistemic foundations that challenge and reimagine dominant, Eurocentric approaches to STEM education. Candidates could take on a variety of specific research directions and inquiries within STEM education across a variety of levels (e.g., systemic, structural, institutional). We are most interested in candidates invested in advancing research on the social constructs that impact STEM access such as identity, socialization, racialization, and more. Additionally, we especially encourage applicants with commitments to reclaiming Indigenous, or other non-dominant epistemologies in STEM, that draw from asset-based and culturally sustaining, justice-oriented theoretical foundations.


The salary range for this appointment is $92,500 to $116,600 annually. “Off-scale salaries” and other components of pay, i.e., a salary that is higher than the published system-wide salary at the designated rank and step, are offered when necessary to meet competitive conditions.


Interested candidates should submit an electronic application to that includes a cover letter describing current and proposed future areas of research, curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy, statement of research, recent teaching evaluations, a statement of past and/or planned contributions to advancing diversity and inclusive excellence and information for at least 6 people who can be contacted for letters of recommendation (extramural letters will be solicited by the University for the top candidate). Review of applicants will begin March 14, 2024, and may continue until the position is filled.


The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Acon Employer. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Friday, February 9, 2024

External Evaluator for NSF-funded Physics and Astronomy Faculty Teaching Grant

 External Evaluator for NSF-funded Physics and Astronomy Faculty Teaching Grant

The Physics and Astronomy Faculty Teaching Institute (formerly known as the New Faculty Workshop, NFW), a National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded project run by the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT), American Astronomical Society (AAS), and American Physical Society (APS), is in search of an external evaluator. Our FTI workshop is conducted twice a year and draws participants from a significant portion of new physics and astronomy faculty in colleges and universities across the United States. In this role, you will collaborate closely with our leadership and research teams to provide valuable formative and summative feedback to the project team and funder. 

More information about the job opportunity is available at

For full consideration, please apply by March 1, 2024. We will be reviewing applications on an ongoing basis until the position is filled.

For inquiries about the position, please reach out to

Thursday, February 8, 2024

TT, Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame IN

 Direct application link:

The Department of Chemistry and Physics at Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN, is seeking to fill a tenure-track assistant professor line in any sub-discipline of physics (including, but not limited to: astrophysics, biophysics, geophysics, material physics, or physics education) starting in Fall 2024. We seek a candidate who has interest in developing and teaching upper-division lecture and laboratory courses in physics and mentoring women in STEM and whose research complements that of other faculty in the program, department, and across campus. 

A Ph.D. in physics or a related field is required. Post-doctoral research and teaching experience is beneficial, although not required. The hired candidate will be expected to teach an average of nine contact hours per semester (a lecture course is typically three contact hours and labs are 2-3 contact hours) in both introductory and upper-level physics, develop an active undergraduate research program, advise and mentor students, and participate in departmental and college service. 

Saint Mary’s College is a Catholic, residential, women’s, liberal arts college offering undergraduate degrees and co-educational graduate programs. A pioneer in the education of women, the College fosters an inclusive academic community where students discover and develop their talents as they prepare to make a difference in the world. The current physics program established in 2016 supports a minor in physics, and majors in physics, physics and applied mathematics, and a dual-degree engineering program with University of Notre Dame. The physics program supports approximately ten majors a year and is part of a joint department with chemistry. The college and department have a commitment to excellence in STEM education and seek to prepare women, particularly those from underrepresented groups, to be leaders in the wider STEM community. With an enrollment of approximately 1500 undergraduate students, the college is located in South Bend, Indiana, adjacent to the University of Notre Dame, and 90 miles east of Chicago. Saint Mary’s has consistently been ranked among the top 100 liberal arts colleges.

To apply, please visit and submit (1) a cover letter, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) a statement of teaching philosophy, (4) a plan for research with undergraduate students including a proposed budget for start-up needs, and (5) a statement of your understanding of the importance of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in academia including evidence of your current contributions and plans for advancing the work at Saint Mary’s College. Review of applications will begin starting February 29, 2024, and continue until the position is filled. Letters of reference will be solicited after an initial review. Applicants from underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged. More information about our program can be found at

Saint Mary's College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In keeping with the College's mission, Saint Mary's is committed to increasing its racial and ethnic diversity at all levels--students, faculty, and staff-- and seeks applications from candidates who share this commitment.

Tuesday, February 6, 2024

TT, University of Detroit Mercy MI

Job Type

Job ID


Position Classification

FT Faculty UDMPU (9 month)

Position Summary

The Physics Program in the College of Engineering & Science at the University of Detroit Mercy invites candidates to apply for a full-time tenure track faculty position at the assistant or associate level starting August 16, 2024. University of Detroit Mercy is dedicated to the goal of building a supportive, diverse and inclusive academic community, with a commitment to experiential and community engaged learning. Our excellent student outcomes led to recognition by the Wall Street Journal Best Colleges report, ranking UDM 2nd in Michigan and 52nd nationally. We strongly encourage applications from candidates who can contribute to the Mission of the University and its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion through their teaching, research, experience, and service.


As a primarily undergraduate institution (PUI), Detroit Mercy offers small classes and close collegial relationships. Faculty in the College of Engineering & Science form a dynamic community of teaching scholars, with a strong focus on student-centered teaching, and academic mentorship of students. We are particularly interested in candidates who will contribute to our efforts to provide support and opportunities for historically minoritized students majoring in science and engineering disciplines. The Physics program is an integral part of the College’s National Institutes of Health’s BUILD & U-RISE grants that support these efforts. 


The Physics program at Detroit Mercy is a vibrant program whose faculty teach courses required for students majoring in science and engineering disciplines, as well as for the university core curriculum; engage in interdisciplinary and collaborative teaching and research; and mentor students within the College of Engineering and Science. Physics faculty have opportunities to collaborate with faculty in other disciplines and at partner institutions through the BUILD and U-RISE grants, and other exciting initiatives.

A successful candidate would be one that has a strong interest in implementing best practices in teaching pedagogy including evidence-based teaching and assessment strategies. In addition, we seek an educator who is an enthusiastic teacher-scholar committed to supporting a diverse population of students and who can inspire and educate future scientists and engineers”.  

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Teaching responsibilities will include introductory physics lectures and laboratory courses, as well as other courses, based on the faculty member’s area of expertise and on the need to complement or expand current offerings in the program.

The candidate should have a proposed research agenda appropriate for a primarily undergraduate institution. Candidates are expected to demonstrate the ability and interest to pursue external funding and to disseminate results in peer-reviewed publications and conferences. Commitment to pedagogical research is encouraged.


Minimum Qualifications

  • An earned doctorate or terminal degree in Physics or closely related discipline.
  • Experience teaching courses at college level or other relevant instructional experience.
  • A commitment to innovative, evidenced-based, student-focused education practices.
  • Evidence indicating potential for scholarly publications and research.
  • Evidence of commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and justice.

Preferred Qualifications  

  • Experience working collaboratively across disciplines.
  • Commitment to student-centered mentoring and advising.
  • Commitment to students’ holistic development, including encouraging students to reflect and engage with physics in a broader social context.
  • Commitment to service of the department, college, university, or community in alignment with the mission of the university.

Physical Requirements

Job may require lifting light weight objects (1 to 10 pounds) with no repetitive bending or stooping. Occasionally lift average weight objects (1 to 10 pounds).

Work Environment

Regular exposure to favorable conditions such as those found in a normal office.

Salary/Pay Information

Commensurate with experience

Instructions to Applicants

Candidates must apply by completing an application and uploading materials. Materials must include: 


1. A detailed cover letter describing the ways your background  addresses the minimum and preferred qualifications.

2. A complete curriculum vitae.

3. A statement of your teaching philosophy and experience (maximum of two pages) that specifically addresses student-focused evidence-based teaching practices.

4. A statement of your research plans (maximum of two pages) that specifically addresses the inclusion of undergraduate students in research.

5. A statement of your commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice (DEIJ) (maximum of two pages) that specifically includes your knowledge, experience, and plans for addressing DEIJ issues in your teaching, research, and service.

6. The names and contact information of three professional references. Please do not include any letters of recommendation—they will be requested for all semifinalists.


To ensure full consideration, applications should be received by February, 19, 2024. Applications will continue to be accepted and reviewed after the full consideration date until the position is filled. For any questions or clarifications about the application qualifications, materials, other requirements, or general inquiries, please contact the Chair of the search committee,  Dr. Prasad Venugopal, at


Review of applications begins immediately and continues until the position is filled. 

As Michigan’s largest, most comprehensive private University, the University of Detroit Mercy is an independent Catholic institution of higher education sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy and Society of Jesus. Detroit Mercy seeks qualified candidates who will contribute to the University’s mission, diversity, and excellence of its academic community. The University of Detroit Mercy is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer with a diverse student body and welcomes persons of all backgrounds.

Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Intro Physics Lecturer, University of Tennessee Knoxville

 Engineering Fundamentals (EF) at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is seeking multiple dynamic and innovative Lecturers to contribute to its first-year engineering program.  Each position is a full-time, non-tenure-track, renewable, 9-month appointment at the rank of Lecturer or Senior Lecturer based on previous experience.  There is future opportunity for additional funded teaching in the summer and collaborative research in engineering education. EF is the home of the engage program, an integrated and team-taught first-year curriculum that is responsible for teaching nine credit hours of common coursework for all Tickle College of Engineering first-year students. Positions are available in our introductory level physics or computing (e.g., Excel and MATLAB) courses. Engineering Fundamental courses incorporate the engineering design process, technical communication, teaming, perspectives of the engineering profession, and student success related topics. Details of the Engineering Fundamentals engage Program are available at

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK), is the state's flagship institution, a campus of choice for outstanding undergraduates, and a premier graduate institution. As a land-grant university, UTK is committed to excellence in learning, scholarship, and engagement with society. In all its activities, the university aims to advance the frontiers of human knowledge and enrich and elevate society. The Tickle College of Engineering has experienced rapid growth in its number of faculty and student enrollment. UTK is seeking candidates who have the ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the diversity and intercultural goals of the University. The University welcomes and honors people of all races, genders, creeds, cultures, and sexual orientations, and values intellectual curiosity, pursuit of knowledge, and academic freedom and integrity.



  • Master’s Degree or higher in engineering, computer science, or physics
  • Excellent communication skills
  • A solid commitment to innovative teaching methods (both traditional and technology enabled)
  • Demonstrated interest in first-year engineering and/or computing education
  • Rank-appropriate college-level teaching and/or industry experience
  • Ability to promote an environment where every individual has an equal opportunity to contribute, learn, and participate in a global community


  • PhD in engineering, computer science, or physics
  • Degrees in Engineering Education or Physics Education
  • Experience in managing student design projects
  • Interest or experience in makerspace or prototyping equipment, programmable robots or development boards
  • For one (1) position: interest or experience in front-end and back-end web application development and administration


Applications should include: (1) a one-page cover letter addressing qualifications and motivation, (2) a teaching statement, including the candidate’s background and experience that make them an ideal candidate, (3) a comprehensive curriculum vitae, and (4) the names and contact information (address, phone number, and e-mail address) for at least three professional references.  Questions about the position should be directed to Dr. Amy Biegalski, Chair of the Search Committee, (email: Positions to be filled August 2024. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until all positions are filled. Apply at

Tuesday, January 30, 2024

FT 1-Year Renewable Lecturer, Ohio State Lima

Job Title:

Physics Lecturer


Lima | Campus

Position Overview
The Lima campus of The Ohio State University seeks a Lecturer and Lab Coordinator in the Department of Physics, for a one-year appointment beginning Autumn 2024. This is an annual appointment that may be renewed contingent upon the Dean’s approval, satisfactory performance, departmental needs, and the availability of funding. Applicants must be authorized to work for any employer in the U.S. We are unable to sponsor or take over sponsorship of an employment Visa at this time. This position is located in Lima, OH.

Performance Objectives
•    Demonstrate a strong commitment to and enthusiasm for excellence in undergraduate teaching
•    Teach introductory physics classes, including labs, for STEM majors and non-majors
•    Participate in physics outreach events
•    Serve as physics lab coordinator
•    Care and maintenance of our lab and demonstration equipment, small repairs, and management of all physics equipment

Education and Experience Requirements
Required Qualifications

Master's degree in Physics or an equivalent; ability to work effectively with diverse populations. A strong commitment to and enthusiasm for excellence in undergraduate teaching.

Desired Qualifications
Doctoral degree in Physics or equivalent combination of education and experience; demonstrated ability to work as a member of a team; energetic and enthusiastic self-motivator. Familiarity with the results of Physics Education Research and a desire to implement evidence-based methods in teaching.

Additional Information:

How to Apply

To be considered, please submit your application electronically via Workday.

Application materials must include the following:

·         Cover Letter

·         Curriculum Vita (CV)

·         Statement of Teaching and Mentoring

It is important to note that you must upload all required attachments before submitting the application in Workday. Once the application has been submitted, you cannot make changes to the application or upload attachments. Once you have applied, the most updated information on the status of your application can be found by visiting the Career application within Workday. Please view your submitted applications by logging in and reviewing your status. For answers to additional questions please review the frequently asked questions. Application review will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Questions concerning the job expectations should be addressed to Dr. Mark Kleffner, Associate Dean, at Questions concerning the application process should be addressed to Mandi Garver at Thank you for your interest in positions at The Ohio State University at Lima.

The College

The Ohio State University at Lima offered its first classes in 1960. The Lima campus sits on 565 acres which is comprised of 270 acres of woods, 35 acres of natural prairie, 200 tillable acres, and 60 acres that contain the academic campus (buildings, greens, and parking lots). There are 10 buildings on campus, four of which are shared with our collocated institution, Rhodes State College (RSC). Ohio State Lima also has two off-campus teaching sites: Ohio State Lima at Mercy Health St. Rita’s for its anatomy/cadaver lab (1,400 square feet) and Ohio State Lima at the Engineering Education and Manufacturing Center at the Ford Engine Plant which houses five labs, 12 classrooms and breakout rooms and a 300-seat auditorium.

Ohio State Lima currently enrolls 818 students who are taught and supported by 26 tenure track faculty, 52 associated faculty, 5 visiting faculty, and 56 staff members. Outside of the classroom, students have vast opportunities for experience through internships, undergraduate research, leadership projects, and community engagement.

The Department

The physics class sizes on the Lima campus are small, often around 20 students or less, and allow for a close interaction between instructor and students. Besides the successful candidate, there is a tenured faculty member on the Lima campus. Undergraduate students work as peer tutors and learning assistants. Our campus also offers numerous academic enrichment opportunities to our students, including Honors, Undergraduate Research, Service Learning, and Study Abroad.

The University

Ohio State is a top-20 public university, and its Ohio State Wexner Medical Center is one of America’s leading academic health centers and recently ranked No. 4 on Forbes’ list of best U.S. employers for diversity. Eligible Ohio State employees receive comprehensive benefits packages, including medical, dental and vision insurance, tuition assistance for employees and their dependents, and state or alternative retirement options with competitive employer contributions.

The Ohio State University’s Shared Values include Excellence and Impact, Diversity and Innovation, Inclusion and Equity, Care and Compassion, and Integrity and Respect. Our university community welcomes differences, encourages open-minded exploration and courageous thinking, and upholds freedom of expression.

Ohio State is a dynamic community where opportunity thrives, and individuals transform themselves and their world. Positions are available in countless fields and specialties. Become a Buckeye and contribute to an incredible legacy that serves to guide our future and shape a better tomorrow.

The Ohio State University is committed to enhancing academic excellence. Recruiting, supporting, and retaining faculty of the highest caliber is a core component of this commitment. The Office of Academic Affairs (OAA) has established Dual Careers and Faculty Relocation (DCFR) to focus on supporting new and prospective faculty and their loved ones. Service offerings include dual careers partner consultations, identifying potential employers and/or employment opportunities, consultation and resources related to relocation, as well as identifying opportunities to engage on campus and in the surrounding community. While employment opportunities are not guaranteed, resources and consultation are provided to support the partners of new and prospective faculty as they are considering or transitioning to The Ohio State University. 

In addition to being responsive to dual-career opportunities, we strongly promote work-life balance to support our community members through a suite of institutionalized policies.  Ohio State is an NSF ADVANCE institution and a member of the Ohio/Western Pennsylvania/West Virginia Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC).

Located in Ohio’s capital city, Ohio State’s Columbus campus is near the center of a rapidly growing and diverse metropolitan area with a population of over 1.5 million. The area offers a wide range of affordable housing, many cultural and recreational opportunities, excellent schools, and a strong economy based on government as well as service, transportation, and technology industries. Additional information about the Columbus area is available here. Beyond its Columbus campus, Ohio State has four regional campuses including Ohio State Lima, Ohio State Mansfield, Ohio State Marion, and Ohio State Newark, in addition to the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) Wooster Campus, which houses Ohio State ATI.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity or expression, genetic information, HIV/AIDS status, military status, national origin, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

Final candidates are subject to successful completion of a background check.


RSC - Life and Physical Science (0655)

Position Type:


Scheduled Hours:



Varying Shifts

The Ohio State University believes in diversity in people and ideas. What Ohio State does matters. And how we do it matters. When we are at our best, we make a real difference to people. Our size, breadth, geography, history and standard of excellence position us to drive the future of higher education. We believe that the university should be a place where people can work and learn together in a safe environment, free of violence, harassment, discrimination, exploitation, or intimidation. As such, finalists for any faculty position that carries tenure must sign an authorization and disclosure form, which will allow current or prior employer(s) to share information to the University regarding any findings of employment-related misconduct or disciplinary proceedings against a candidate and/or any pending investigations related to alleged misconduct. Such information shall include findings and pending investigations with respect to sexual harassment, violence, or harassment; research misconduct; financial fraud or misconduct; foreign influence violations, grant misuse or misconduct; and/or any other type of finding or pending investigation relating to a candidate’s employer’s policies and rules governing faculty conduct that may reasonably be expected to affect a candidate’s appointment. If the University becomes aware of any past finding of misconduct or pending investigations that were not disclosed, Ohio State will treat that as a serious omission and reserves the right to rescind an offer or terminate employment.

Final candidates are subject to successful completion of a background check.  A drug screen or physical may be required during the post offer process.

Thank you for your interest in positions at The Ohio State University and Wexner Medical Center. Once you have applied, the most updated information on the status of your application can be found by visiting the Candidate Home section of this site. Please view your submitted applications by logging in and reviewing your status. For answers to additional questions please review the frequently asked questions.

The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, disability, ethnicity, gender identity or expression, genetic information, HIV/AIDS status, military status, national origin, race, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy, protected veteran status, or any other basis under the law.

Applicants are encouraged to complete and submit the Equal Employment Identification form.