[Grad-postdoc-assn] Tenure Track Faculty Position in Synoptic Meteorology

Paula Fisher paulad at ucar.edu
Tue Sep 5 14:36:47 MDT 2006

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>Tenure Track Faculty Position in Synoptic Meteorology
>Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences/University at Albany, SUNY.
>The Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (DEAS) of the University at
>Albany, State University of New York, seeks applicants for a tenure-track
>faculty position at the Assistant Professor level, effective Fall 
>2007. This is
>a 10-month appointment that allows supplementary summer salary from research
>funding. The successful candidate will be expected to carry out the
>responsibilities of a full-time faculty member in the DEAS (specifically the
>Atmospheric Science program) which includes (i) teaching at 
>undergraduate and/or
>graduate levels, (ii) maintaining a strong externally funded 
>research program,
>(iii) mentoring and supervision of graduate students and (iv) 
>participating, as
>necessary, in all service and programmatic activities of the 
>Department, College
>and University.
>         Qualified candidates must have a doctorate in atmospheric science,
>meteorology, or a closely related field from a college or university 
>by a US Department of Education or internationally recognized accrediting
>organization. They are expected to provide evidence that they can teach with
>distinction at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and be an 
>effective mentor
>of graduate students. Applicants must also address in their 
>applications their
>abilities to work with and instruct culturally diverse 
>populations.  They must
>demonstrate ability to build and maintain a strong, externally 
>funded research
>         Preference will be given to candidates with expertise in synoptic or
>mesoscale data analysis or numerical weather prediction, and with a strong
>background in dynamic meteorology.  However, candidates whose research
>specialization complements existing research programs in the 
>department are also
>encouraged to apply.
>The deadline for applications is October 20, 2006. Qualified 
>candidates should
>submit a detailed curriculum vitae (including publication reprints), 
>a statement
>of research and teaching goals, and the names and contact 
>information of three
>references to Chris Thorncroft, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences,
>University at Albany, SUNY, 1400 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12222 
>USA; phone:
>518 442-4555; fax: 518 442-5825; e-mail: chris at atmos.albany.edu.  Chosen
>finalists will also be asked to give a seminar in the department on their
>research. For more information about the DEAS and this announcement, please
>refer to http://www.atmos.albany.edu and the Human Resources website at
>         Position contingent on final budget approval. The 
> University at Albany
>is an EO/AA/IRCA/ADA Employer.
>Chris Thorncroft
>Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
>University at Albany, SUNY
>Albany, New York, 12222
>Phone:  518 442-4555
>Fax:    518 442-5825
>e-mail: chris at atmos.albany.edu
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