[ES_JOBS_NET] Assistant Professor - Physical Oceanography, North Carolina State University

Ruoying He rhe at ncsu.edu
Thu Oct 2 09:17:13 MDT 2014

The Department of Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences (MEAS) at North
Carolina State University (NC State) seeks to fill a tenure-track faculty
position at the rank of assistant professor in physical oceanography, in
the area of large-scale ocean circulation. Possible research areas include,
but are not limited to: roles of the oceans in climate variability and
climate change, boundary current dynamics, geophysical wave dynamics, the
global thermohaline circulation, and exchange processes between the oceans
and marginal seas. Skills in the application of theory, observations,
computer modeling and data assimilation, are preferred, as is a strong
interest in interdisciplinary collaborations across and beyond the
geosciences. The start date of this position is 15 August 2015.

Applicants must hold a Ph.D. degree in physical oceanography or a related
science. The successful candidate must demonstrate strong potential for
outstanding accomplishments in research, research supervision, and
teaching. The successful applicant will be expected to teach undergraduate
and graduate courses, including general marine physics and/or physical
oceanography, and other classes commensurate with the candidate's interest
and expertise. MEAS places a high value on excellent instruction and the
use of innovative teaching methods.

Affiliated with the College of Sciences at NC State, MEAS is one of the
largest interdisciplinary geoscience departments in the nation. The
multi-disciplinary nature of the department lends itself to the study of
severe weather and its impacts, coastal processes and ecosystems, land
surface evolution, as well as water quality and climate change.
Opportunities exist for disciplinary and interdisciplinary interactions
with more than 30 marine, earth, and atmospheric scientists in the
department on problems relating to global and regional
climate/environmental change, environmental processes and prediction, and
the interactions among components of the Earth system. Additional
information about the department and its facilities can be found on the web
page: http://www.meas.ncsu.edu. Marine research facilities and
opportunities for collaboration in the marine sciences are also available
at NC State's Center for Marine Sciences and Technology (CMAST) in Morehead
City, NC: http://www.cmast.ncsu.edu.

Review of applications will begin on 15 October 2014; the position will
remain open until filled. Applications, including cover letters, curriculum
vitae, teaching and research statements, and contact information for three
references must be submitted online at https://jobs.ncsu.edu/ . Please
search for position number 104244.

Founded in 1887, NC State is a land-grant institution distinguished by its
exceptional quality of research, teaching, extension, and public service.
Located in Raleigh, North Carolina, NC State is the largest university in
North Carolina, with more than 34,000 students and 8,000 faculty and staff.
National rankings consistently rate Raleigh and its surrounding region
among the five best places in the country to live and work, with a highly
educated workforce, moderate weather, reasonable cost of living, and a
welcoming environment. A collaborative, supportive environment for business
and innovation and research collaborations with area universities and the
Research Triangle Park are compelling reasons for relocation to the area.
NC State is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All
qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without
regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation,
age, veteran status, or disability. Applications from women, minorities,
and persons with disabilities are encouraged.

Dr. Ruoying He,  Distinguished Professor
Department of Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
North Carolina State University <http://www.ncsu.edu/>, Raleigh  NC 27695,
research team web: Ocean Observing and Modeling Group
prediction: South Atlantic Bight & Gulf of Mexico
<http://omgsrv1.meas.ncsu.edu:8080/ocean-circulation/>, Northwest Atlantic
Ocean <http://omgsrv1.meas.ncsu.edu:8080/ocean-circulation-useast2/>
tel:  919.513.0249      fax: 919.515.7802     email: rhe at ncsu.edu
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