Tuesday, June 7, 2022

The 2023 Faculty Jobs List: 4 research/teaching positions

The 2023 Chemistry Faculty Jobs List (curated by Andrew Spaeth and myself) has 4 research/teaching positions. 

Want to help out? Here's a Google Form to enter positions.

To see trending, go to Andrew Spaeth's visualization of previous years' list.

Want to talk anonymously? Have an update on the status of a job search? This will serve as the first open thread. 

Don't forget to click on "load more" below the comment box for the full thread. 

19 comments:

  1. link looks like it is to the 2022 list?

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  2. the link seems to go to the 2022 list

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  3. Fixed, thanks - CJ

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  4. Here we goooo again!

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  5. Testing anonymous from Chrome

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  6. Wow, 80 positions posted by August 1? That is a huge uptick over the norm. Any ideas about what is different this year?

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    1. Many positions posted from last year, for many reasons, were not filled. And they are relisted.

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    2. Any particular reasons so many positions (more than usual?) went unfilled? It seems like there still would have been a large surplus of candidates after the awfulness of the 2021 season.

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    3. Housing might be one explanation, at least for HCOL areas - I'm aware of several where a person accepted a job and then found that he could not afford a roof over the head with the salary the institution offered to pay.

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  7. Not sure if this is the right place to ask this, but is it normal that so many postings do not specify teaching credit load? So few seem to state it. It seems so highly varied for TT positions..

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    1. In previous years, I have seen some schools specify teaching load, but definitely not all. I agree it would be good practice to include, but counting courses can be complicated. A similar topline number (e.g., "3 courses" per semester) might vary considerably from school to school based on how they count labs and potentially lab prep/leading research with students.

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  8. There are a bunch of positions that priority review begins Oct. 1 - get those applications in!

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  9. Williams College held phone interviews this past week for the Experimental Physical Chemistry position.

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  10. This blogs comment section has been pretty quiet so far compared to previous years.

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  11. I previously tried several times in Aug/Sep to post comments but was not successful. Glad to see it is working now!

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    1. Were you using Chrome? For years it wouldn't work, but started again this summer. Maybe it is still buggy?

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    2. No, I tried both Chrome and Microsoft Edge this summer on several dates, neither worked. For last year's thread, even Chrome worked for me. Anyway, now Edge works for me this year. I hope the info could be helpful

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looks like Blogger doesn't work with anonymous comments from Chrome browsers at the moment - works in Microsoft Edge, or from Chrome with a Blogger account - sorry! CJ 3/21/20