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[Met-jobs] Faculty Position - Physical Oceanography

From Florence Ng <florence@ad-triumph.com>
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Date Wed, 26 Nov 2014 11:31:52 +0800

Faculty Position - Physical Oceanography


Young and research intensive, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, is ranked 41st in the world and also placed 2nd globally among young elite universities. Its Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) and Division of Earth Sciences invite applications for an early- to mid-career Professor in physical oceanography.

 

We seek candidates holding Ph.D. degrees in Physical Oceanography or closely related fields with exceptional and demonstrated accomplishment and promise in research and teaching and with a strong interest in working with other EOS and Southeast Asian researchers. Specific research interests may include but are not limited to understanding tropical ocean dynamics, using historical observations to model ocean changes, and investigating interactions between ocean circulation, regional atmospheric/climatic processes and sea-level change.


Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses and building an extraordinary research program. The person holding this position will play an important role in the expansion of EOS and the Division of Earth Sciences.


To apply, please submit the following materials to: eos_humanresources@ntu.edu.sg
  • Cover letter
  • Curriculum vitae (To include list of publications and manuscripts in press)
  • Statement of research and teaching interests
  • A copy of three relevant publications
  • Names of 3 references who are familiar with your work and willing to write an evaluation if requested by our search committee.



Further information about EOS and the Division of Earth Sciences is available at www.earthobservatory.sg

Review of applications is on-going and will continue until the position is filled.






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