The Department of Physics in the School of Arts and Sciences at Washington University announces a faculty opening in experimental physics at the level of Associate Professor with tenure in space sciences, particularly cosmochemistry or extraterrestrial materials. Candidates for the rank of Associate Professor with tenure are expected to have a teaching and research record commensurate with a successful tenure case. A PhD in a relevant field is required. The appointment will begin fall 2013. Departmental information can be found at the department website. Job description and application information can be found at http://jobs.wustl.edu (Job ID 24249). For full consideration, applications should be submitted on or before November 15, 2012.
The Department of Physics in the School of Arts and Sciences at Washington University announces a tenure-track faculty opening at the assistant professor level in Experimental Condensed Matter/Materials Physics. A PhD in a relevant field is required. The appointment will begin Fall 2013. Departmental information can be found on the department website, and job description/application information can be found at http://jobs.wustl.edu (Job ID 24204). For full consideration, applications should be submitted on or before November 1, 2012.
The Department of Physics at the University of Richmond invites applications for a
tenure-track faculty position as an assistant professor in physics to begin in August 2013
(for exceptional candidates an appointment at a more senior level might be considered).
Applications are encouraged from candidates in all sub-fields of physics, both theory and
experiment, but applications from candidates whose scholarship complements existing
research areas in the department (biophysics, cosmology, low- and medium-energy
nuclear physics and surface physics) may receive particular attention.
Candidates should apply online at the University of Richmond Online Employment
website using the Faculty (Instructional/Research) link. Review of applications will commence November 1, 2012 and continue until the position is filled. For more information please see the department’s website at or contact Prof. C.W. Beausang, Chair, Department of Physics, (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Physics Department at Saginaw Valley State University (Michigan) is looking for a full-time Laboratory Technician. Applicants must have at least a BS in physics or related field. Complete job description? List of minimum qualifications? All application materials MUST be submitted through SVSU’s HR website. How? Go to http://jobopportunities.svsu.ed u, click "Administrative/Professional", locate "Physics Laboratory Technician", and click "View". Questions: Marian P. Shih,email@example.com (Do NOT email application materials to this email address.)
The Department of Physics at Smith College invites applications for a tenure-track position in Physics at the Assistant Professor level, starting Fall 2013. The candidate should have a Ph.D., be able to offer a strong research program in experimental physics readily accessible to undergraduates, and be well versed in research-based physics pedagogy. Significant equipment start-up funds, ongoing access to a departmentally administered equipment endowment, and newly renovated lab space adjacent to a well-equipped and staffed design/fab machine shop are all available.
Henry Ford Community College in Dearborn, MI needs an instructor for physics 132, 2nd semester algebra-based Electricity and Magnetism course, optics and modern. This assignment is for the fall semester and starts August 23rd. Physics 132 Tuesday, Thursday 05:10PM - 06:30PM, Lab Tuesday 06:40PM - 09:30PM. For information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dow Corning is making recruiting plans for advanced degree technical candidates for the fall of 2012. A representative will be at the career fair on North Campus October 9-10. They have a need for people that have skill and passion for materials synthesis, characterization, engineering, and fundamental understanding; basic chemistries; and process engineering. Check out the career fair this October if interested!
The Experimental Systems Group (ESG) at the Advanced Light Source (ALS), Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory offers an immediate opportunity for a synchrotron radiation experimental scientist to work in the area of High Pressure X-ray Diffraction on Beamline 12.2.2.
The position will involve supporting a program in the application of High Pressure X-ray Diffraction to diverse problems in materials and geological sciences. The ALS has a state of the art beamline that generates a micro x-ray beam directed at samples loaded in diamond anvil cells. Sample heating by laser and resistive heating is available. X-ray absorption spectroscopy and radiograph measurements are also carried out. This position allows ample opportunities to develop a personal research program.
A non-tenure-track Research Assistant Professor position is available in the Department of Physics (http://physics.wvu.edu) at West Virginia University. The position is part of a strategic plan by the WVU condensed matter group to strengthen collaborative research and establish a “Center for Energy-Efficient Electronics at West Virginia University and Marshall University.” The center is funded by a $1.35 M West Virginia Research Challenge Grant. Currently, the center consists of four experimental (D. Lederman, A. Bristow, and M. Holcomb at WVU and T. Wilson at Marshall) and one theoretical (T. Stanescu at WVU) faculty members. This effort is complemented by an additional four new tenure-track faculty hires in condensed matter physics at WVU.
A tenure track lectureship is available in “Physics at the Life Science Interface” at the Interface of Plasmas with Biological and Medical Material (Queen's University, Belfast). This general title is designed to include those who are interested in working at the interface of plasmas with biological and medical material.
The Academic Success Program (ASP) is seeking graduate students interested in a unique and rigorous one-to-one teaching experience for the 2012-13 academic year. Hours are flexible, typically 4 to 10 per week, and can be determined by the graduate student. Pay is competitive.
ASP is housed in the Stephen Ross Academic Center, located on South Campus. ASP's mission is to support the academic growth of Michigan's student-athletes. Tutoring with ASP provides graduate students the opportunity to hone their instructional skills in individual and small group settings with a unique population of learners. Past teaching or tutoring experience is beneficial but not required. We are seeking tutors in a wide range of disciplines.
Grader Application—Advanced undergraduate students are occasionally hired to grade undergraduate courses. Complete this form if you wish to be considered for a Grader position.
Help Room Application—The Physics Help Room is staffed by faculty discussion leaders, GSI's and Physics undergrads. Complete this form if you wish to be considered for a Help Room position.
Learning Assistant Application--Undergraduate students engage student members of the introductory physics classes (135/235/140/240) through active learning, either during the class period, in the Help Room, or with special study group. Complete this form if you wish to be considered for a Learning Assistant position.