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Tenure-track position inorganic chemistry - Puerto Rico

posted Jul 10, 2012, 12:55 PM by PROMISE AGEP
CALL FOR TENURE-TRACK FACULTY POSITION
UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO, CAYEY CAMPUS
INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Requirements:
·     Ph.D. in Chemistry with a specialization in Inorganic Chemistry.
·     Teaching and research experience at the university level in the past two years.
·     Willingness to participate in the Building Research Infrastructure and Capacity  (BRIC) Program*

Starting base salary:  $59,400

Applicants must be willing to learn and be able to communicate in Spanish by the time of their tenure evaluation (after a 5 year period).

Interested applicants should send the following documents:  Curriculum vitae (CV), academic transcripts, a letter describing research and teaching interests and experience, copy of an academic publication, and three sealed recomendation letters to:
Academic Dean
Universidad de Puerto Rico en Cayey
P.O. Box 372230
Cayey, Puerto Rico 00737-2230

Application deadline is September 14th, 2012.

For more information, call (787)738-2161 and request the Chemistry Department extension or access our website www.cayey.upr.edu <http://www.cayey.upr.edu>
(*) The program Building Research Infrastructure and Capacity (BRIC) from the UPR-Cayey-sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH)-provides research training to faculty who have recently completed their doctoral degree (2006 or later) and that have research interests in  areas related to health and health disparities.  The UPR-Cayey will give priority to applicants who meet the regulatory requirements of the university, the Department's criteria and the objectives set by the UPR-Cayey through its BRIC program.

Note: The University of Puerto Rico at Cayey is under no obligation to fill advertised positions. The University of Puerto Rico at Cayey provides equal employment opportunity. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, political affiliation, ethnic or national origin, or disability in its admission policy, programs, activities and employment practices.
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