Full-time, tenure track position to begin August 2023.
Summary of Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Conduct research in environmental geosciences or a related field,
pursue external funding, publish, mentor undergraduate and graduate
student research and advise students. The position carries a
reduced teaching load. The primary teaching responsibilities will
be Sediments and Soils, Geomorphology, and upper-level and graduate
level courses in the area of expertise, and other classes as
Minimum Education Requirements:
Ph.D. in Geology, Geosciences, or closely related discipline
Minimum Experience and Skill
Applicants must have postdoctoral research experience. Candidates
must demonstrate strong research potential as evidenced by
publications, grants, or other scholarly activities. Candidates'
research area must be compatible with the Department of Earth and
Environmental Sciences and the Watershed Studies Institute.
Teaching experience at the postdoctoral level is ideal, but
experience as a graduate teaching assistant is acceptable.
Candidates must demonstrate teaching effectiveness and be able to
teach Geomorphology, and Sediments and Soils.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Murray State
University is an equal education and employment opportunity, M/F/D,