Molecular Genetics vacancy (fwd)

slspiker at UNITY.NCSU.EDU slspiker at UNITY.NCSU.EDU
Thu Dec 22 14:46:15 EST 1994


 
 
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF GENETICS

MOLECULAR GENETICS  People working with plant systems are encouraged to 
apply.  See Ad in November 25 SCIENCE

Position:		Assistant Professor of Genetics
 
Job Description: Conduct research in molecular biology and participate in 
teaching and other activities of the department. 12-month tenure track position.

Responsibilities: The incumbent is expected to develop a strong, independent,
extramurally-funded research program in molecular biology.  The organism and 
specific area of research are open. Active participation in departmental 
activities including teaching and the supervision of graduate student research
is expected.
 
Qualifications:	The applicant must possess an earned Ph.D. or equivalent 
with expertise in molecular biology.  Postdoctoral experience is expected.

Starting Date:		July 1, 1995
 
Applications: Interested persons should send a curriculum vitae, a description
of research plans and teaching interests and have three letters reference sent
to: Dr. Steven Spiker, Chair, Molecular Genetics Search Committee,
    Department of Genetics, North Carolina State University,  
    Raleigh, NC  27695-7614

Closing Date: Screening applications will begin on January 15, 1995 and 
continue until the position is filled.
 
Additional information about the Department of Genetics, its faculty and 
programs can be obtained from the World Wide Web (WWW) on the Internet using 
Mosaic, lynx or other Web browers.  Our URL is 
http://www2.ncsu.edu/ncsu/cals/genetics/
 
North Carolina State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity 
Employer and is eager to identify minority persons and women with appropriate 
qualifications.
 
Please note that there are two vacancies in our department, one in molecular 
genetics and one in molecular evolution.  People working in plant systems 
are encouraged to apply.  
 




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