[ES_JOBS_NET] ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR IN ANALYTICA, L GEOCHEMISTRY, Department of Earth Science, University of Bergen

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR IN ANALYTICAL GEOCHEMISTRY

There
is a vacancy for a permanent associate professor at the
Department of Earth Science, University of Bergen, (www.uib.no/geo/en) in analytical geochemistry linked to
ICP-MS and MC-ICP-MS techniques.

 

Work
tasks/area of research/teaching:

The
position is intended for an active researcher in
geochemistry/petrology with an interest in deep sea research.
Preference will be given to candidates with good knowledge and
experience in mass spectrometry techniques, including for
example geochronology, isotope geochemistry or laser-ablation analyses. The successful
candidate’s research program will further develop the
department’s strengths in understanding deep-sea environments
and processes. In addition to carrying out research, the
candidate will be expected to contribute to teaching in the
department, at  both undergraduate and masters levels
with emphasis in mineralogy/petrography and analytical
geochemistry, a well as supervise graduate students.

 

Qualifications
and personal qualities:

The applicant must have a doctoral
degree within geochemistry/petrology or equivalent
qualifications.

The applicant must be able to work
independently and in a structured manner and have the ability
to cooperate with others.

The applicant must have
considerably experience with ICP-MS and/or MC-ICP-MS
techniques.

Experience with other
mass-spectrometric techniques such as TIMS is an advantage.

Basic pedagogical training is a
requirement for the position. The successful applicant will be
offered training if this requirement is not met prior to
employment.

The teaching language will
normally be Norwegian. The successful applicant will be
required to teach in Norwegian or another Scandinavian
language within two years of being appointed.

 

For
further details on applying, and contacts for further
information, see this link:

http://ift.tt/2hr9KAW

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