The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of South Carolina invites applications for a tenure-track position as an assistant professor conducting research in the area of computational inorganic/materials chemistry. The successful candidate will have expertise in modeling extended inorganic structures. Candidates should have a Ph.D. and postdoctoral experience in chemistry or a related discipline that supports their research plans. The candidate must establish a highly recognized, externally funded research program. They should also have a strong commitment to teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Applicants should upload a CV, a cover letter, a description of planned research, teaching interests, and contact information for three references at (https://uscjobs.sc.edu/postings/67531). Letters of recommendation should be submitted by the three references at the same site. Review of files will begin November 1, 2019 and continue until finalists are identified.
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