Marine Microbiology Position

Charles Galt galt at csulb.edu
Fri Oct 9 17:12:52 EST 1998

       Tenure-Track Faculty Opening in MARINE MICROBIOLOGY


EFFECTIVE DATE:  August 1999

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Ph.D. in a biological science with training
and research experience in the area of marine microbiology.  The successful
candidate must have a record of published research and is expected to show
potential for developing and sustaining an independent, externally funded
research program involving students that will lead to scientific publication.
Demonstrated potential for effective teaching in marine microbiology and
general microbiology as well as the ability to communicate effectively with an
ethnically diverse campus community are required.

experience.  Research expertise in the use of molecular techniques for studying
marine microbial processes.  Prior successful teaching at the post-secondary

DUTIES:  Teach Marine Microbiology, General Microbiology, and upper
division- graduate specialty courses.  Supervise undergraduate and graduate
(M.S.) student research.  Develop and sustain an independent, externally
funded research program involving students and leading to scientific
presentation and publications.  Research start-up funds are available. The
successful candidate will be expected to participate in activities serving the
department, university and community.

SALARY RANGE:  $37,956 - $60,480

APPLICATION:    Review of applications will commence October 15, 1998. 
Position open until filled.  All applications must include a letter of application,
curriculum vitae, a statement of research and teaching interests addressing the
above qualifications, reprints of two representative publications, and copies of
all transcripts that include relevant course work. Three letters of
recommendation must be provided by references.  An official transcript from
institution awarding the highest degree will be required from all finalists. 
Applications, required documentation, and requests for information should be
addressed to:

                     Dr. Laura Kingsford, Chair
                 ATTN: Marine Microbiology Search 
                 Department of Biological Sciences 
              California State University, Long Beach 
                       1250 Bellflower Blvd.
                     Long Beach, CA  90840-3702
             PHONE: (562) 985-4807 - FAX: (562) 985-8878  

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