Faculty positions available at the Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University
The Institute of Oceanography at National Taiwan University (NTU) invites applications for up to two tenure-track faculty positions in oceanography. These positions are open at all levels (assistant, associate, or full professor), depending on the candidate's qualifications and experience. The expected earliest starting time for the appointment is August 1, 2024.
The applicants must hold a doctoral degree in marine sciences-related fields, including but not limited to physical oceanography, chemical oceanography, marine geology & geophysics, marine biology/fisheries, or biological oceanography.
Interested candidates should submit the following documents via email before October 31, 2023:
1. Curriculum vitae (including a list of publications).
2. PDF reprints of up to three publications within the recent five years (one of which must be designated as the representative paper and published after August 1, 2020).
3. Proposal for future research and teaching plans.
4. Contact information of three referees.
Please send your application to:
Prof. Jen Chieh Shiao
Chair, Faculty Search Committee
Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University
( email@example.com; please also Cc to firstname.lastname@example.org )
Upon receipt of the application, an acknowledgement email will be sent to the applicant within a week. Applicants who do not receive the acknowledgement email, please contact the Faculty Search Committee Chair for confirmation.
NTU is ranked 69th in QS World University Rankings 2024, and Taiwan is ranked 1st out of 59 destinations for the third year in a row in the Expat Insider 2021 survey (InterNations 2021). NTU offers a dynamic and supportive working environment with a wide range of state-of-the-art research facilities. Competitive start-up funding is available for new faculty members. Outstanding candidates may also apply for special programs of the National Science and Technology Council of Taiwan with additional stipends and grants.
Founded in 1968 at NTU, the Institute of Oceanography endeavored to promote integrative and interdisciplinary research and education in marine sciences. The institute maintains a research vessel (the New Ocean Researcher 1) and the Taiwan Ocean Data Bank. Faculty members and staffs are committed to academic excellence and social responsibility by studying and protecting the marine environment and promoting sustainable utilization of marine resources. For more information about the Institute of Oceanography, please visit http://www.oc.ntu.edu.tw.