Assistant Professor, Population Genetics and Computational Biology
The Biology program within the Division of Science and Environmental Policy at California State University, Monterey Bay seeks a population geneticist with strong computational biology skills to fill a tenure track assistant professor position. The applicant should be a dedicated teacher capable of successfully involving undergraduates in research. The successful candidate will work with other faculty to develop undergraduate curricula, professional outreach programs, and extramural research or programmatic funding. Additional information on the Division and the Biology program can be found at sep.csumb.edu, the university and its vision at about.csumb.edu/vision-statement, and our exceptional undergraduate research program at uroc.csumb.edu.
The successful candidate will:
(1) teach upper division evolutionary biology & population genetics,
(2) develop and teach upper division bioinformatics & systems biology or a new upper division course in genomics or other computationally intensive branch of biology,
(3) develop and maintain a research program that provides opportunities for undergraduates,
(4) occasionally teach genetics or help with lower division instruction, and
(5) contribute to the development of this new university.
All prospective applicants must apply on-line at https://mocha.csumb.edu/uhr/jobs/login_applicant.jsp
1) Letter of Interest
3) Teaching Statement (2 page max)
4) Research Statement (2 page max)
5) Contact information for 3 professional references
SCREENING BEGINS NOVEMBER 20, 2014