Faculty Research Assistant Professor

Job description

The Cordes Lab in the Department of Biology at Temple University is seeking a Research Assistant Professor that will be capable of contributing to multiple ongoing research projects in the lab. Potential projects include, but are not limited to, oceanographic characterization of deep-water habitats, GIS spatial analysis of species distribution data, marine invertebrate physiology, population and phylogenomics, and bioinformatic analysis of non-model organisms. Preference will be given to applicants that possess a diverse set of skills and can contribute to more than one of these projects. The Research Assistant Professor will oversee and contribute to the overall organization of the research lab including ordering of supplies, research accounting, and database maintenance. They will also participate in an average of one research cruise per year. It is anticipated that the Research Assistant Professor will develop their own independent research projects and write their own grants to support these projects. They may also teach one or more courses in the Department of Biology to broaden their training and support their research. Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualification would be a Ph.D. in Biology or a related discipline in a research setting.  Post-doctoral research experience is preferred.  Applicants should submit to [email protected] a single pdf attachment that contains (i) a cover letter   that   includes   a   personal   statement   of   qualification   for   the   position, (ii) a curriculum vitae, including a description of research experiences and publications (iii)  the  names  and  contact  information  of  three  references.  Review  of application  files  will  begin  immediately  and  will  continue  until  the   position   is   filled. It is anticipated that more than one hire may be made. Temple University is an equal  opportunity,  equal  access,  affirmative  action  employer  committed  to  achieving  a  diverse community   (AA, EOE, m/f/d/v).




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Posted: 2/1/2019
Application Due: 4/2/2019
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