Assistant Professor of Chemistry (Biochemistry) Tenure Track
- Faculty - Natural Sciences - Faculty - Chemistry
- Hanover, IN, USA
- Full Time
The Department of Chemistry at Hanover College invites applications for a tenure track position as Assistant Professor of Chemistry to start in August 2023. Expertise in biochemistry is required, but specialization in a range of fields will be considered. Teaching responsibilities include the introductory chemistry sequence with associated labs, biochemistry I and II with associated labs, and any upper-level courses specific to the candidate's areas of expertise. The successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to excite and interest students in the classroom and the lab. Additionally, the candidate is expected to lead undergraduate-level research with a strong focus on feasible goals within a liberal-arts environment. Successful candidates will demonstrate a commitment to engage the interests of a diverse student population and foster inclusivity across campus. Minimum qualification is a Ph.D. in chemistry or biochemistry. ABD will be considered, but the degree must be earned prior to the start date. Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. For further details visit https://www.hanover.edu/about/employment .
Review of applications begins October 1, 2022 and continues until the position is filled. Electronic applications should include an application letter stating why you are interested in Hanover College, an undergraduate research proposal, a teaching philosophy containing a statement on inclusivity in the classroom, a curriculum vitae, a list of three references, and copies of transcripts. To apply and upload documents, visit https://hanover.hirecentric.com/jobsearch/. References will be contacted directly at a later date. Questions may be addressed to Professor Ed Hall, Chair, Chemistry Search at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Hanover College
Hanover College is a premier, nationally recognized liberal arts institution that offers an array of majors across multiple disciplines. Founded in 1827, Hanover is Indiana's oldest private, four-year college and sits on a beautiful 650-acre campus overlooking the Ohio River. Hanover is a distinctive intellectual, challenging and supportive community whose members value transformative learning, meaningful service and lifelong inquiry. The College's students are encouraged to take responsibility for their learning and lives and nurtured to develop each individual's unique abilities to their highest level. Nearly 100 percent of Hanover's students receive some form of financial aid. More than 99 percent of the College's graduates gain full-time employment or enroll in graduate/professional school within seven months of graduation.
Hanover College is committed to maintaining a work and educational environment that embraces diversity and where no member of the college community is excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or subject to discrimination in any college program or activity based on: their race, ethnicity, national origin, color, religion, age, disability, sex, pregnancy status, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, political opinions or affiliations, or veteran status. This commitment applies to employees, volunteers, students, and, to the extent possible, to third parties, applicants for admission, applicants for employment, and the general public.