[ES_JOBS_NET] Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Geobiology, McGill University

Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences

Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Geobiology

The Department of Earth and Planetary
Sciences (www.mcgill.ca/eps)
at McGill University invites applications for a
full-time, tenure-track position in Geobiology. McGill
University is one of Canada’s leading research and
teaching institutions, located in the heart of vibrant
Montreal, Quebec. 
The position, with a start date of August 1, 2017 or
later, is at the rank of Assistant Professor, although
an appointment at a higher level will be considered in
the case of an applicant with exceptional
qualifications. We seek a candidate who uses
quantitative field, laboratory, and/or modeling
methods to study interactions between life and
geologic, geochemical or hydrological processes.
Applicants should have a doctorate at the time of
appointment, a record of excellence in research, and
the capacity for outstanding teaching. 
Applications should include a detailed curriculum
vitae, a research plan, a statement of teaching
interests, a list of three references, and up to two
examples of recent publications. The application
package should be sent in electronic form to the
Department Chair. Additionally, the applicant should
arrange for the three letters of reference to be
submitted directly to the Department Chair. 
Review of applications will begin November
1, 2016 and
continue until the position is filled. Contact:
Jeffrey McKenzie, Chair 
Earth and Planetary Sciences 
McGill University 
3450 University Street 
Montreal, Quebec H3A 0E8 
Canada jeffrey.mckenzie@mcgill.ca McGill University is committed to diversity and
equity in employment. It welcomes applications from:
women, Aboriginal persons, persons with
disabilities, ethnic minorities, persons of minority
sexual orientation or gender identity, visible
minorities, and others who may contribute to
All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply;
however, in accordance with Canadian immigration
requirements, Canadians and permanent residents will
be given priority.

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