Job Title: Assistant Professor, Analytical Chemistry
Division: Academic Affairs
Department: Department of Chemistry and Physics
FLSA Status: Exempt
Reports to: Dr. Robert Langley, Chair and Professor
- The Department of Chemistry at Lincoln University invites applications for a full-time tenure track position in Analytical Chemistry at the Assistant Professor level. Candidates must possess a Ph.D. by the hire date. The Department offers Bachelor’s degrees in Chemistry and Biochemistry & Molecular Biology. The department has been successful in preparing its students for graduate and professional school and is seeking an individual who is committed to this effort.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Teaching duties include lower and upper level chemistry courses, including general chemistry, Analytical Chemistry courses with labs, and upper level courses in the applicant’s area of expertise.
- The ability to teach lecture and laboratory courses for health professionals and other non-science majors is desirable.
- Other responsibilities include maintaining currency in one's area of expertise; establishing an active, externally-funded research program involving undergraduates; and service to the department and the university.
- A Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry (completed by the time of hire).
- Evidence of experience in modern instrumentation used in Analytical Chemistry.
- Evidence of experience teaching courses in physical and general chemistry and associated lab courses.
- Ability to teach Analytical Chemistry, a commitment to teaching excellence at the undergraduate level.
- Ability to establish a funded research program.
- Effective oral and written communication skills.
Moderate lifting up to 20 pounds as frequently as needed to move objects; dexterity to write and manipulate computer keyboard and mouse; ability to hear and speak clearly; and body mobility to stoop, kneel, bend and reach.
Work is primarily performed in a university campus environment and requires a flexible schedule. The employee is subject to inside environmental conditions and protection from weather conditions.
Applicants must submit the following:
- A letter of application,
- A current curriculum vita.
- Undergraduate and graduate transcripts (unofficial copies will suffice for initial screening).
- A statement of teaching philosophy.
- A research statement.
- Three current and relevant letters of recommendation.