Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Ivory Filter Flask: 4/3/12 edition

Good morning! Between March 27 and April 2, there were 11 academic position posted on the ACS Careers website. The numbers:

Total number of ads:   11
- Postdocs: 2
- Tenure-track faculty:    3
- Temporary faculty:   2
- Lecturer positions:  3
- Staff positions:  1
- Ratio of US/non-US positions: 10 / 1

Jackson, TN: Union University is a private Christian liberal arts school -- they're looking for a tenure track professor of organic chemistry. M.S. in organic chemistry minimum, Ph.D. desired.

New Haven, CT: Yale University is searching for Ph.D. chemists to become lecturers or senior lecturers in chemistry for undergraduate teaching in general chemistry and undergraduate laboratories.

Silver City, NM: Western New Mexico University is searching for a Ph.D. chemist to be a visiting assistant professor of chemistry. The position pays $46-50k, which is $20k more than the median household income.

Tuscon, AZ: The University of Arizona desires a Ph.D. chemist to be an assistant NMR facility manager, taking care and training users of 6 instruments, both Varian and Bruker. 2-3 years of 2D/3D experience desired.

Small college of the week: Marion Military Institute (Marion, AL, student population: 406 students, SA-LUTE!) is looking for a chemistry instructor for its two year program.

Northfield, MN: St. Olaf's College is looking for M.S./Ph.D. temporary faculty -- looks to be 2 positions open.

Princeton, NJ: Professor Herschel Rabitz is seeking a postdoctoral fellow: " The research involves the development of ultrafast laser control techniques for the detection and manipulation of biological molecules in vitro and in vivo. Applicants with experience in ultrafast laser pulse shaping and control are particularly encouraged to apply." 

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