Evolutionary Developmental Biology
Assistant Professor- Tenure Track
Science & Environmental Policy
Job #: FAC2011-169
Open until filled. Application Screening Begins:
- Teach upper-division developmental biology courses; teach other courses that may include evolutionary biology and population genetics, and assist with teaching the introductory biology series for majors
- Develop and maintain a research program that provides opportunities for undergraduates
- Contribute to curriculum development and other service to the university
- PhD in Biology or related field at time of hire
- Demonstrated excellence in biology instruction
- Expertise in developmental biology
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Specialization in evolutionary developmental biology or other comparative approaches to developmental biology
- Strong interest in teaching an upper division course in developmental biology, as well as an upper division course in evolutionary biology, comparative genomics or population genetics
- Research interests that leverage CSUMB?s location on California?s Central Coast
- Experience mentoring student research and/or internships
- Interest in teaching writing in the sciences
- Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively in an interdisciplinary environment.
- Ability and desire to mentor and teach students from diverse cultural, ethnic, educational and economic backgrounds
- Record of external funding and writing grant proposals
- Experience with course and curriculum development
- Research and teaching interests and expertise that complement and strengthen those of existing faculty in the department
Appointment subject to a criminal background check
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Interested candidates are welcome and urged to contact Dr. Steve Moore (firstname.lastname@example.org) for detailed information about CSUMB, SEP, the Biology program or the specific demands of this position.
All prospective applicants must apply on-line at https://mocha.csumb.edu/uhr/jobs/login_applicant.jsp. A complete application includes a cover letter, a curriculum vita, a statement about your teaching philosophy and experience, and any other pertinent documentation and/or your website. The cover letter should address how you meet the responsibilities and minimum qualifications, and any of the desirable qualifications that apply. Your cover letter should also address how your background and experience align with, and integrate across, existing departmental strengths, such as organismal biology, molecular biology, field biology, and/or applied environmental science. It should also describe how you would contribute to the CSUMB Vision http://about.csumb.edu/vision-statement. Each document/file must be no more than 5MB.Only documents/files with the following extensions can be accepted: Microsoft Word (.docor .docx), Adobe Acrobat (.pdf), Rich Text Format (.rtf) or Plain Text (.txt) files. Upon offer of employment candidate must provide original transcript as evidence of attainment of highest degree.
DIVISION OF SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
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