1. PhD, by the time of appointment, in Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Genetics, Toxicology, or other discipline germane to the Forensic Sciences.
2. Record of scholarly activity in the Forensic Sciences including a history of publications and the ability to secure external grant funding in the area commensurate with candidate's current rank.
1. Demonstrated experience in teaching Forensic Science courses and mentoring students in research.
2. Evidence of college/university teaching and course development experience.
3. Demonstrated contributions to school/professional service.
4. Commitment and ability to work with a diverse student population.
5. Interest in establishing interdisciplinary research programs.
6. Demonstrated activity in forensic science casework and/or experience working in a forensic science or crime laboratory.
7. Established collaborations with industry partners.
8. Experience and/or familiarity in acquiring FEPAC accreditation.
Instructions to Apply:
Email application to firstname.lastname@example.org. Application deadline is January 31, 2018, and every Friday thereafter until the search is closed. Complete applications must include 1) letter of application, 2) a statement describing teaching philosophy and experience, 3) statement describing current and future research plans, 4) statement describing commitment to diversity, 5) unofficial transcripts, and 6) curriculum vitae with your contact information, including telephone number and e-mail address, and 7) contact information (name, address, email, telephone number) for three professional references. Requested material should be in one PDF document. Only electronic applications are accepted for this position. Please reference Job# 12196 when applying for the position.