University of Idaho
College of Science
$69,000 annually or higher commensurate with
As part of the University of Idaho’s focus on sustainability, and
the College of Science 2022 cluster hire focused on the response of
biological communities to global change, Chemistry is seeking a
collaborative faculty to join the College research infrastructure
at the most pressing problems facing humanity over the next
This Chemistry hire will be at the tenure track assistant professor
level. We seek highly collaborative and interdisciplinary
scientists to establish strong extramurally funded research
programs that build on existing strengths and collaborations within
the college and university. We are looking for an outstanding and
motivated individual with expertise in the field of Green
. The position may be suitable for a chemist with
interests in the environmental field, either from an analytical or
physical perspective, or an organic/inorganic chemist with
interests in the development of sustainable methods and materials,
or with expertise in the biomedical field.
- Instructional duties encompass teaching 9 credits per year in
Chemistry according to the needs of the department and as directed
by the department chair. Advising undergraduate students is also
part of the instructional responsibilities.
- Scholarship duties encompass the conducting of research in the
faculty member’s field of study and the communication of the
results through publications in refereed professional journals. It
is expected that he/she will make bona fide efforts to raise funds
for this research, primarily by writing proposals to funding
agencies. The involvement of students is considered part of the
- Service duties include serving on institutional committees and
participating in recruitment and retention events.
- Outreach duties encompass participation in activities related
to community involvement, as well as serving on professional
committees and reviewing manuscript and proposals. It may also
involve conducting workshops.
- Ph.D. in Chemistry.
- Experience in a field of chemistry that is compatible with the
descriptor Green Chemistry in any of the traditional fields of
chemical specialization, including the development of sustainable
- A strong commitment to research and teaching.
Physical Requirements & Working Conditions:
Required Licensures, Certifications or other
- Postdoctoral experience.
- A strong commitment and potential for collaboration with other
UI College of Science faculty and/or National Laboratories.
Open Until Filled:
First review/consideration will be given to applications received
on or before October 1st, 2022.
Applicants who are selected as final
possible candidates must be able to pass a criminal background
To apply, please visit: jobs.uidaho.edu
University of Idaho is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative