Due date for all application materials is 15 October 2013
The Chemistry Department of Boston College invites applications for two open tenure-track positions to be effective in the fall of 2014. Applicants will be evaluated on their potential to establish a prominent, externally funded research program and to excel in teaching both at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Successful applicants will join a department of approximately 120 doctoral students, 30 postdoctoral fellows, 200 undergraduate majors, and an internationally recognized faculty. Individuals with expertise that complements other faculty in the department are encouraged to apply.
Assistant Professor of Organic Chemistry
(broadly defined): requires a Ph.D. in Chemistry, or related areas and postdoctoral experience in areas of organic chemistry specialization. Must have published in refereed journals and demonstrated the ability to perform independent research.
Assistant Professor of Experimental Physical/Materials Chemistry
(broadly defined in the areas of materials chemistry, spectroscopy, and imaging): requires a Ph.D. in Chemistry, Physics, or related areas and postdoctoral experience in areas of physical chemistry specialization. Must have published in refereed journals and demonstrated the ability to perform independent research.
Interested applicants must submit a cover letter, a graphical executive summary of research plans (one page), a curriculum vitae, a summary of research plans (eight pages maximum), a statement of teaching philosophy and arrange to have three letters of reference submitted via the online faculty application at https://secure.interfolio.com/apply/21985
for physical/materials chemistry and https://secure.interfolio.com/apply/21965
for organic chemistry. In the cover letter, the names of three references should be specified.
All application materials must be submitted electronically on or before 15 October 2013
Boston College, a university of eight schools and colleges, is an equal opportunity employer and supports affirmative action.