The Department of Marine and Environmental Sciences (DoMES) at the Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography of Nova Southeastern University (NSU) seeks a new faculty member as part of an ongoing multi-year and multidisciplinary hiring initiative. Minimum requirements include:
* Ph.D. in a field related to marine sciences that complements NSU strengths in Coral Reef Research, Deep Sea Ecology, and Fish Biology / Fisheries;
* Commitment to teaching in an interdisciplinary undergraduate/graduate marine and environmental science department;
* Clearly defined research program that has and will continue to produce peer-reviewed publications;
* Ability to seek and obtain external funding.
Responsibilities: Balance of graduate and undergraduate teaching, student advising, and extramurally-funded research.
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Eligibility: Contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
General: The DoMES (https://cnso.nova.edu/marine_environmental/index.html) offers BS, MS, and PhD degrees in Marine Science and Environmental Science. It is one of four departments within the Halmos College and serves ~ 350 undergraduate and 100 graduate students via 17 full-time and 12 part-time faculty. Teaching and research centers on tropical marine ecosystems, including coral reefs, deep sea ecology, fish biology / fisheries, and physical oceanography. The Oceanographic Campus is situated in Hollywood, FL with ready access to ocean environments (https://www.nova.edu/locations/oceanographic-center.html). NSU is the 25th largest US private, not-for-profit university. NSU awards annual faculty contracts in the first five years, then continuing contracts every five years thereafter, upon successful performance.
How to apply: Submit application at https://www.nsujobs.com, position 998753, by July 31, 2019. This application should contain: (1) a letter of application, (2) curriculum vitae containing list of publications, h-factor, teaching experience, and track-record of previous and/or current extramural funding, (3) teaching and research statements, and (4) the names and contact information of three professional references who can attest for the candidate's research and teaching experience, from whom the search committee chair can solicit confidential letters of recommendation. You may be required to merge some of these documents during the online submission.