Tuesday, December 3, 2019

The 2020 Chemistry Faculty Jobs List: 484 research/teaching positions and 34 teaching faculty positions

The 2020 Chemistry Faculty Jobs List (curated by Andrew Spaeth and myself) has 484 research/teaching positions and 34 teaching assistant professor positions.

Want to add a position? Here's a Google Form to enter positions. In 2019-2020, we will be adding teaching professor positions, targeting positions that demonstrate an intention to renew permanently, 3 year terms and a promotion ladder and/or are titled "assistant teaching professor" or "associate teaching professor." As of 9/20/19, we are adding community college positions if they explicitly offer tenure.

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On December 4, 2018, the 2018 Chemistry Faculty Jobs List had 486 positions.

Open threads: firstsecondthirdfourthfifth. This will be the sixth open thread on December 4, 2019.

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  1. University of Minnesota has or will soon begin scheduling on-site interviews

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  2. Rejection email from montana state.

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  3. has anyone heard from UCR on-site interviews?

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    1. Nothing, beginning of December was the vague timeline I thought.

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  4. Northwestern has scheduled on-site visits

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  5. Any news from University of Arkansas (Anal Chem) ?

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    1. University of Arkansas will conduct Skype interviews the next two weeks

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    2. 11:10PM Have you been contacted from them?

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  6. Has anyone heard from Yale chem or uconn?

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  7. Any news from Bradley University?

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    1. I believe they've already done interviews

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    2. Phone interview or on-site interview?

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  8. Are chemical engineering updates fair game here? Princeton CBE is scheduling onsite interviews.

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    1. Yes - they are welcome

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    2. Do you know who got an onsite? Like, which area?

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  9. Anyone heard anything from Rutgers? They have two positions.

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    1. They are scheduling remote interviews now for the biophysical posting

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  10. Anyone heard about the onsite of U Pittsburgh?

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    1. Onsites are starting next week

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    2. Is the schedule available online? Their seminar calendar for December seems empty.

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    3. Nope. Via a friend in the department, they are announcing as they go.

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  12. Anyone heard anything from University of Florida?

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    1. Polymer position? I am also waiting on this one

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    2. Just got an invitation for an onsite this morning.

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    3. Congrats on your invitation

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    4. Thanks. I'm sorry you didn't get one and best of luck with your other applications!

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  13. McGill polymer is scheduling Skype interview.

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  14. Anyone heard anything about the onsite of Clemson University Pchem?

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    1. They have scheduled onsites.

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    2. Is the schedule available online? Thanks

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    3. I doubt it. They just got dates set at the end of last week.

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  15. Any news from the George Washington U PChem position? The bioorganic position was scheduling either remote or on site interviews a while ago...

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    1. Pchem interviews scheduled

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    2. @7:53PM Was it remote or on-site?

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    3. Remote a few weeks back, on-site in January.

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  16. Has anyone heard from GATech on-site interviews? Someone here said the invites be sent by the end of Nov.

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    1. They said we would hear back sometime in December, onsites in January.... Still nothing from my end though.

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    2. Nothing here either

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  17. Has anyone heard from the UCI soft materials position?

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    1. Haven't heard anything yet. Seem to be taking their time...

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  18. Any news about U. Delaware - Biomolecular Engineering?

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  19. Has anyone heard from CSUEB? I had a phone interview but that was more than 3 weeks ago.

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  20. Maybe I've missed it on here, but has anyone heard anything on the Dartmouth computational materials position?

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    1. Nothing for me so far.

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    2. They've listed the dates for seminars, but no names

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  21. Has any one heard back from Chico state after the phone interview?

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  22. Any news from UTK, West Virginia University and Denver ?

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    1. I had a phone call with Denver last week. They told me visits will be scheduled for early January, so I expect to hear back soon.

      Nothing from WVU.

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    2. I did not ever get a confirmation for my application from UTK...

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    3. For the Organic position?

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    4. I guess the interview comment was deleted. Can anyone else speak to whether they were contacted for an onsite?

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  23. CSU-Long Beach just sent an email stating they are still reviewing applications but plan on being in contact soon.

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    1. I have not gotten that e-mail, so maybe they only sent that to the top candidates.

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    2. Probably you should wait, you may get the email..

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    3. @8:30. Lol, yup, you're right. Just got the email.

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  24. Any word from CUNY?

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    1. they are doing skype interviews now

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  25. UConn is scheduling Skype interviews for the organic position

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  26. Any news from UMBC?

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  27. Montana State has scheduled their onsite interviews. Virginia Commonwealth University is scheduling Zoom interviews.

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    1. What area for VCU?

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    2. Physical chemistry for VCU. @10:33AM

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  28. Anyone heard anything about the onsite of Purdue University analytical chemistry?

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    1. I know someone in the department and they don't know anything about it. No seminars have been posted, for sure

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    2. Received a rejection letter after the skype interview this morning

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  29. Indiana U is scheduling on-sites

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  30. Anybody heard back from Princeton's CBE for on-sites?

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  31. Is this for Org Chem at IU or Chem Bio position at IUPUI?

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    1. IUPUI was hosting on-sites last week and in the weeks leading up to the holidays.

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    2. https://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/8313

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    3. So, neither, it was for IU Bloomington Chem Bio

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  32. Has anyone heard anything from the chem bio position at UBC?

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    1. Someone in the previous thread said they already did remote interviews: http://chemjobber.blogspot.com/2019/11/the-2020-chemistry-faculty-jobs-list_19.html?showComment=1575399781030#c9191055622833935743

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  33. Has anyone heard from Rowan University? Their priority dare was 11/1.

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    1. I had a phone interview with them before Thanksgiving. They said they would be scheduling onsites around now, but I've heard no word on that front.

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  34. Any news for Yale ChE?

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    1. Have you received the request to submit reference letters before Thanksgiving?

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    2. right. but nothing afterwards.

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    3. same...got the reference request, but no update since then. i will make sure to report back if i hear anything. :]

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    4. Same here. So I think they're still reviewing.

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  35. Did anyone ever hear from LSU for interviews?

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  36. Did anyone hear anything back from New Mexico Tech or UBC (inorganic)?

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    1. UBC Inorganic did Skype interviews last week

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    2. wondering if they have called for on-site?

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    3. I just had mine on Thursday last week so I would think it will take more time. They mentioned ~2 weeks or so

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  37. People who have gone on interviews already, what are your top choices so far?

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    1. I'm not sure how helpful this would be since it would be so specific to each applicant's wants/needs and where they got interviews.

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  38. UC Merced is scheduling remote interviews (again? I thought I saw that they had remote interviews a while ago, so this may be a second round)

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    1. .....ah, yes. Just saw that there are multiple openings. This is for the Asst. Prof. position in "biochemistry or biophysical chemistry".

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  39. Perhaps they didn't like any of us on the first go around. They have multiple positions listed so they might be spacing it out for the different positions. Anyone heard from them for an onsite from the first round? That was like almost 3 weeks ago.

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    1. I know of someone that has an onsite there.

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    2. Just saw that there are multiple openings at UC Merced. This is for the Asst. Prof. position in "biochemistry or biophysical chemistry".

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    3. The onsite comment is referring to the organic or bio?

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  40. Cal Poly Pomona is sending out rejections for the organic position.

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  41. Any news from ChemE departments?

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  42. There was an opening for Chemical Engineering at GaTech with Sept 1 priority date (I can't find it in the ChemE spreadsheet). I applied late, but they still requested letters like a week before Thanksgiving, which I thought was a good sign. (1) Did anyone else apply? (2) Have you heard anything back?

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  43. UMNR lecturer position is sending out rejection letters.

    In other news, after much effort and listening to numerous nay-sayers, I've been offered at PUI tenure track faculty position without having completed a post doc. Many thanks to this community and the admins for your valuable advice and information! While certainly not easy, it is possible to get these jobs folks, don't let the nay-sayers get you down too much!

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