The Department has over 80 faculty members and teaching staff supported by more than 25 executive and administrative staff. It offers B. Sc. Programmes with major or second major in Physics. The Department also runs M. Sc. Programmes by Coursework and by Research, and a PhD Programme.
We are seeking a distinguished candidate to be appointed as tenured full Professor and Head of Department. The candidate must have demonstrated leadership and management experience in senior positions in a major university and be a world-class researcher in an active area of Physics. He/she should have the ability, vision and commitment to lead the Department to be among the world’s best.
NUS offers an internationally competitive salary, housing benefits, relocation allowance and research start-up funding that are commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Please email your curriculum vitae (CV) in confidence to the Head Search Committee at the following address with your list of publications, and a vision statement and executive plan as well as full contacts and CV of at least 3 referees. We will approach the nominated referees of shortlisted candidates for confidential reports. The application deadline is 30 September 2020. Shortlisted candidates will be invited for a campus visit.
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