[ES_JOBS_NET] Tenure-track, Assistant Prof, Environmental/Engineering Geology, Calif State Univ, San Bernardino

Tenure-track position: Environmental/Engineering Geology, CSU San Bernardino

The Department of Geological Sciences at
California State
University, San Bernardino invites applicants for a tenure-track
position at
the Assistant Professor level in environmental/engineering geology
expertise in one or more of the following: soils, applied
geophysics, surficial
geohazards, and rock mechanics. Prior work experience in
environmental/engineering geology and ability to train students
for careers in
these fields will be viewed favorably, as will expertise in
issues, and ability to combine geologic field methods with
laboratory approaches. Teaching responsibilities could include
and/or graduate courses in applied geophysics, engineering
geology, soils,
applied geologic mapping, surficial geologic hazards,
environmental geology
and/or other elective courses in the candidate’s field of
specialization, as
well as general education courses in introductory geology and
integrative earth
sciences (e.g., climate change, energy, natural disasters). The
appointee will
be expected to advise undergraduate students, and to supervise
senior research
projects in geology and graduate student theses in the Earth and
Sciences MS program. The successful candidate will be expected to
excellence in teaching, to develop an externally funded research
involving student participation, and to participate in service
activities. A
Ph.D. in Geology is strongly preferred at the time of application,
strong ABD candidates who will have completed their degree by the
time of
appointment may be considered. Salary is dependent on
qualifications and
experience. Generous medical, dental, and vision benefits and
support for
moving expenses are available.

Applicants should submit a cover letter, a
curriculum vitae,
undergraduate and graduate transcripts (official transcripts will
be required
pending an offer), statements of research/professional
accomplishments and
goals, and teaching philosophy and strategies, together with the
names and
complete contact information of at least three references. Review
of the
applications will begin November
9, 2015,
and will continue until position is filled; the position will
start in
September 2016. To apply please visit http://ift.tt/1G3gaLJ.
For more information about the Department of Geological Sciences,
see http://ift.tt/1V9GkZt.
Inquiries may be
directed to Sally McGill (smcgill@csusb.edu).
We will have a booth at the
GeoCareers Interview
Service at the annual GSA meeting. Please contact Joan Fryxell (jfryxell@csusb.edu) for more information.  

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