Associate, or Full Professor
Associate, or Full Professor
Department of Estuarine & Ocean Sciences, SMAST
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Assistant
The Department of Estuarine and Ocean Sciences (DEOS) at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth School of Marine Science and Technology in New Bedford, MA, seeks research faculty candidates to appoint as full-time or part-time, non-tenure track faculty members who are qualified to engage in, be responsible for, or oversee a significant area of marine-related research or scholarship. These are grant-funded positions, with a 12-month term of service and the opportunity for multiple year and consecutive appointments. Research faculty may serve as principal or co-principal investigators on grants or contracts administered by the University. Research faculty may serve on departmental, college/school and university committees but may not participate in personnel decisions. Research faculty also may serve on graduate student supervisory committees but may not serve as sole chairs of graduate student committees. The successful applicant will be expected to bring in-hand extramural grants to support an externally funded research program in an area of strategic interest to DEOS, and to provide support for her or his own salary and fringe benefits. Research areas of particular interest to DEOS faculty and graduate students are marine biogeochemical cycles, coastal ecosystem dynamics, ocean physics, oceanographic modeling, ocean observation and remote sensing. For more departmental details, please visit www.umassd.edu/smast/departments/estuarine-and-ocean-sciences/. Additionally, the opportunity for salary augmentation through teaching in the Marine Sciences Graduate Program is possible on a case by case basis.
For the complete position description and to apply, please go to https://www.umassd.edu/hr/employment-opportunities/. To apply, please submit a letter of interest, current resume and the contact information for three professional references.
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