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					      Stable Isotope Geochemistry and Mass Spectrometry

FY2011

  Position number: 0003114
  Academic rank: Assistant/Associate Professor Level - Tenure Stream
  Specialization: Stable Isotopic geochemistry and mass spectrometry

  The Department of Geology and Planetary Science at the University of
  Pittsburgh (http://www.geology.pitt.edu) invites applications for a tenure-track
  faculty position in stable isotope geochemistry at the advanced assistant or
  associate professor level. The position would begin with the fall term 2011,
  subject to budgetary approval. We seek an outstanding individual whose
  research program includes a strong field component, and who has expertise in
  light stable isotope mass spectrometry. A Ph.D. is required at the time of
  appointment.

  The successful candidate will be expected to develop an active, externally
  funded research program, including supervision of M.S. and Ph.D. students and
  undergraduate research projects. Teaching duties will include undergraduate and
  graduate courses in isotope geochemistry and related fields. We seek someone
  who would complement one or more of our existing programs in environmental
  geology, geophysics and geochemistry, hydrology, paleoclimatology, soil
  science, and volcanology.

  Applicants should submit to the Stable Isotope Geochemistry Mass
  Spectrometry Search Committee, Department of Geology and Planetary
  Science, 200 SRCC, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, 15260, USA the
  following materials:

     1.   CV (including past and current grant support);
     2.   Statements of research and teaching interests;
     3.   Copies of relevant publications;
     4.   Names and addresses of at least four references.

  Application deadline is January 15, 2011.

  The University of Pittsburgh is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
  Applications from women and members of minority groups are especially
  encouraged.

				
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