[ES_JOBS_NET] Earth and Atmospheric Sciences - Water Resources - Tenure Track Faculty, Metro State University (Colorado)
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Thu Oct 30 07:18:37 MDT 2014
Posting Number F00212
Position Title Earth and Atmospheric Sciences - Water Resources -
Tenure Track Faculty (Category I )
Position Number F 232
Salary for Announcement
Commensurate with experience and education.
Employee Category Faculty
Department EAS - Earth & Atmospheric Sci
EClass Code FT Faculty-10 mo with benes
The Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (EAS) at the
Metropolitan State University of Denver is seeking applicants for a
tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor rank to begin teaching
August 2015. Applications are welcomed from candidates with expertise in
the following areas.
A geographer or environmental scientist who can teach courses related to
water. Areas of interest could include, but are not limited to
hydrology, fluvial geomorphology, aquatic chemistry, wastewater, water
quality, storm water management, urban drainage, wetlands, interaction
of environmental processes related to water, flood management, water
conservation, or landscape-scale dynamics related to water. Familiarity
with Colorado and western water issues and the ability to teach courses
in multipleEASdisciplines is preferred.
We are seeking a person with a commitment to excellence in teaching at a
predominately undergraduate institution. Teaching responsibilities will
include upper and lower division courses in Geography, Environmental
Science, or other areas based on interdisciplinary department needs.
Teaching consists of 12 credits per semester (typically 3-4 courses per
semester). In addition, the ideal candidate will be expected to
re-design or create new courses, contribute to curriculum development,
integrate scholarly activities and knowledge into teaching, use current
technology, such asGIS, to facilitate student learning, evaluate
assessment results to improve their courses and respective programs, and
effectively advise students. Participation in field experiences, the
General Studies program, First Year Success Program, and mentoring
undergraduate research projects is expected. Enthusiasm for
interdisciplinary research and new collaborations will be an asset. The
successful candidate will have exhibited the ability to develop and
maintain a publication record and present their scholarly work at
professional conferences or workshops. It is expected that the candidate
will be able to participate in service activities that are substantial
TheEASDepartment resides in the newly renovated Science building on the
Auraria campus located strategically in downtown Denver. The Department
offers degrees in Land Use (Geography, Geology,GIS, and Planning),
Environmental Science, and Meteorology. Within theEASDepartment, there
are twoGIScomputer laboratories, an Integrated Science classroom, two
Geology/Geography classrooms, a Meteorology computer laboratory, and
multiple classrooms. For a list of courses commonly taught inEAS, please
The University is particularly interested in applicants who have
experience working with students from diverse backgrounds and a
demonstrated commitment to improving access to higher education for
Doctorate in Geography, Environmental Science, or a relatedEASfield by
Willing to teach 12 credit hours per semester.
Previous teaching experience at an institution of higher education
(includes teaching experience as a graduate assistant.)
Experience working with students from diverse backgrounds.
Expertise in Colorado and western US topics applicable to theEASDepartment.
Ability to teach General Studies courses.
Willing to teach courses in the First Year Success Program.
Experience as the instructor of record for a college course.
Knowledge of curriculum development.
Familiarity evaluating assessment results to improve courses and/or
Proficient advising students.
Experience conducting research with undergraduate students.
Established a record of publishing.
Ability to present research at conferences.
Willing to perform service activities.
Posting date 10/27/2014
Closing date 12/10/2014
Closing Instructions Close on Closing Date
Special Instructions to Applicants
IMPORTANT: In order to be considered as an applicant you must apply via
the online application system, www.msudenverjobs.com.
Required application materials include a cover letter that contains a
concise personal statement addressing which courses the candidate would
teach, the candidate's vision and plans for research, and a reflection
on how the candidate would integrate within the department. Additional
required materials include a CV, a statement of teaching philosophy,
evidence of teaching excellence, unofficial transcripts, and contact
information for three (3) references. Review of applications will begin
in December 2014, but the position will remain open until filled.ABDwill
be considered, but Ph.D. must be in hand by August 2015. For
additionalEASDepartment information, please visit
http://www.msudenver.edu/eas/. For questions or more information, please
contact Dr. Jason Janke, Chair of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at
303-556-3072 or jjanke1 at msudenver.edu.
If you are unable to attach copies of transcripts at the time of
application you will need to submit them via e-mail, fax, or mail.
E-mail: jjanke1 at msudenver.edu
Mail: Search F 232
Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
P.O. Box 173362, CB 22
Denver CO 80217-3362
Official transcripts will be required of the candidate selected for hire.
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