San Diego State University
Department of Geological Sciences
Environmental Sciences Program

Tenure Track Associate Professor in Geochemistry
Director of the Environmental Science Program

The Department of Geological Sciences and the Environmental Sciences Program invites applications for a new tenure-track role, Director of the Environmental Science Program and Associate Professor in Geochemistry. The Department seeks to enhance its areas of expertise by adding a faculty member with a focus in applications of geochemistry to understand earth systems, earth system processes, climate, petrology, water quality/quantity and/or environmental issues. The successful candidate will demonstrate a high capacity for developing and maintaining an externally-funded research program in their area of excellence, advise undergraduate research, supervise graduate students, possess a desire to deliver high-quality and innovative teaching and a willingness to engage in the shared governance model at all levels. The candidate will work closely with the Department Chair to advance all aspects of the Environmental Science Program including course development, curricular revisions, student advising, and promotion of the program. In addition to directing the program, the candidate will be expected to develop and teach courses for the department related to the Environmental and Geological Sciences at the undergraduate and graduate level within their discipline. A PhD in Geology or related field is required for the position. Demonstrated success in research, teaching and service/outreach at a level appropriate for the rank of Associate Professor is required. Offers are contingent on verification of academic qualifications.

Apply via Interfolio at Review of applications will begin 15 October, 2018, and will continue until the position is filled. Please direct questions about the position to the search committee chair, Dr Thomas Rockwell,
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