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[Met-jobs] One-Year Instructor Position at Bowling Green State Univ. (USA)

From "Roger Brugge" <>
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Date Tue, 7 Jun 2011 14:55:32 +0000

Forwarded from CLIMLIST...

The School of Earth, Environment & Society at Bowling Green State
University invites applications for an Instructor position in Physical
Geography/Geospatial beginning August, 2011.  We are seeking a
geographer with expertise in atmospheric sciences, including weather and
climate, meteorology, and/or climatology, and proficiency in geospatial
technologies. Responsibilities include teaching of undergraduate classes
in weather and climate, and geospatial science, as well as participation
in departmental programs.

Extensive facilities to support teaching and research include computer
labs with a total of 40 workstations (ESRI, ENVI, ERDAS, PCI, and
ERMapper site licenses), large format color plotters, large and small
digitizers and scanners, color printers, sub-meter GPS receivers, and
portable field spectrometers (300-2500 nanometer and 2-15 micrometer
wavelength ranges). We are also well-equipped for acquisition of field
data with GPS, ruggedized Tablet PCs, and Pocket PCs for mobile GIS.

The term of appointment is one year with the possibility of renewal for
additional terms depending on performance evaluations and resource
availability.  Minimum qualifications at the time of employment are an
M.A./M.S., with a Ph.D. preferred.  Candidates should send by email a
letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching
interests, and three current letters of recommendation to Arthur N.
Samel (<>), Search Committee Chair, Department of
Geography, 305 Hanna Hall,  Bowling Green, OH 43403.  Finalists will be
required to provide a transcript for the highest degree.  Applications
must be postmarked by June 15, 2011.  Bowling Green State University is
an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and
encourages applications from women, minorities, veterans, and persons
with disabilities.

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