Dear Isogeochem:

Please see advert below for faculty position, and pass to interested colleagues (Apologies for multiple postings).

Earth Systems History, Assistant Professor: applications are invited by the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon. The position terms can be 9-month, 1.0 FTE (full time equivalent) faculty position, or 12-month position at 0.75 FTE. For either, grant funds can augment the university-provided salary. Conduct research and teach in the area of sedimentary geology, focusing on the use of pre-Quaternary sedimentary records as a basis for investigation of solid earth, oceanic, atmospheric, and surficial processes and interactions. Areas of expertise may include: paleoclimatology, past ocean and atmospheric chemistry and circulation, and tectonic and/or geodynamic influences on earth surface processes.  Duties: teach undergraduate courses in earth history, stratigraphy and sedimentology, geology field methods, and graduate courses in area of specialty; establish an externally funded program of scholarly research; and college/university service. Requires a PhD geology, oceanography, or a closely related field; record of significant and innovative research that uses the sedimentary record to explore Earth Systems History; strong scholarly potential; potential for establishing a research program; potential to contribute to the teaching excellence in the undergrad/graduate programs; potential for mentoring; and proficiency in English. See job positing:  #0012926. For full consideration apply by 11/03/2014.  Closing date: 12/15/2014. 

Member of the Faculty Search Committee will be attending GSA Vancouver, Oct.  18-22, and can answer questions (Meet at OSU Geology Booth #245 in the Campus Connection area in the Exhibit Hall)

If interested in meeting, please contact

John Dilles   [log in to unmask]
Eric Kirby     [log in to unmask]