A Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Physics appointment is open in the Department of Mathematics and Science, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, N.Y. The Academy, one of the five Federal Academies, is a degree granting institution fully accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Universities.
As an Assistant Professor in Physics, you will:
Be responsible for the development and conduct of educational courses and programs within the department, in particular teaching courses in Physics.
Be responsible for conducting research, instruction and academic counseling of Midshipmen and assuming a share of departmental and other academic responsibilities.
The ideal candidate must be a highly motivated and experienced professional possessing a Doctorate degree in Physics and experience teaching freshman-level, calculus-based undergraduate physics courses.
Minimum Educational Requirements: To qualify for the Physics (Assistant Professor) position you must possess a Doctorate degree from an accredited college or university in Physics or a closely related physics field including, but not limited to, Astrophysics or Applied Physics.
To qualify, you must possess a minimum of one year full-time (or equivalent) experience teaching freshman-level, calculus-based Physics courses in a college or university, other than as part of a teaching assistantship. Experience in experimental physics is preferred.
You must be a U.S. citizen & meet specialized experience to qualify.
Submit application and resume online by 11:59 PM EST on the closing date.
The USMMA is one of the five Federal Academies. It is a four-year, residential college on 82 acres of waterfront land located on the North Shore of Long Island in Western Nassau County. It is one of the world’s foremost institutions in the field of maritime education. There are about 1000 students (male and female) in the regiment of midshipmen. Faculty are federal employees.
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