Analytical Chemistry Assistant Professor
Chemistry, Physics, and Engineering Department
Biola University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position in Analytical Chemistry, Assistant Professor rank, to begin January 2016.
Responsibilities: Teach various undergraduate general, analytical, and environmental chemistry lectures and labs (primarily for biochemistry, biology, and chemistry majors). Help oversee and maintain undergraduate analytical and general chemistry laboratories and instrumentation. Participate in course, curriculum, and program development. Advise students and provide career guidance. Participate in campus, university, and community service activities and professional organizations.
Qualifications: PhD in Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry or a closely related field required, with expertise in pharmaceuticals or biochemistry preferred. Commitment to high-quality instruction in a student-centered conservative Christian environment which is friendly to Intelligent Design is required. Prior college-level teaching experience preferred. Enthusiasm for working in a multidisciplinary environment is important.
Biola is an evangelical Christian university in which faculty endorse the University Doctrinal Statement, adhere to the Standard of Conduct, and are committed to integration of faith and learning. Biola is committed to diversity and seeks faculty who can contribute to multicultural understandings. Candidates should be able to demonstrate their ability to work effectively with diverse populations, female and male students and colleagues, and integrate multicultural content and issues into their teaching. Faculty endorse a university-wide statement of Christian faith and community values. Personal commitment to the Christian faith is required.
Apply by submitting a letter of interest, a curriculum vitae, and a one-page testimony of your faith through this online system. After review by a search committee, promising candidates will be contacted and sent a faculty application form.