Tuesday, November 4, 2014

McGill: Assistant Professor in Chemical Biology/Biological Chemistry

Applications are invited for a tenure track Assistant Professor position in Chemical Biology/Biological Chemistry. The Department seeks candidates who are committed to creating an independent research program in any area of research related to Chemical Biology/Biological Chemistry. Of particular interest are programs involving the development and application of novel measurement techniques in Chemical Biology/Biological Chemistry. Applications from more senior candidates may be considered. Candidates should have a Ph.D. degree with postdoctoral experience, proven research ability, and a strong commitment to teaching. The successful candidate will be expected to teach undergraduate and graduate courses and to establish a vigorous research program.

As a candidate, you must register on line here, where you will upload a PDF file containing your curriculum vitae, up to three research proposals, and a statement of teaching experience and interests. You must send us a paper copy of your uploaded documents and arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent to:
Chemical Biology/Biological Chemistry Search Committee

Department of Chemistry
McGill University
801 Sherbrooke St. West
Montreal, Quebec H3A 0B8
CANADA

Review of applications will begin immediately. The expected start date is July 1, 2015, but is negotiable. Salary will be commensurate according to qualifications and experience. Information about McGill University and the Department of Chemistry may be found on our Website.
All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.
McGill University is committed to equity in employment and diversity. It welcomes applications from indigenous peoples, visible minorities, persons with disabilities, women, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities and others who may contribute to further diversification.

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