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[Met-jobs] Tenure-track Faculty Position at Oregon State University (USA)

From "Roger Brugge" <r.brugge@reading.ac.uk>
To "met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk" <met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk>
Date Mon, 23 Feb 2015 18:00:45 +0000

Forwarded from CLIMLIST...

Assistant or Associate Professor – Radiative Transfer / Remote Sensing

The College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences (CEOAS) at Oregon
State University invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE),
12-month, tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor with a focus on
radiative transfer and/or remote sensing.

We seek a new faculty member who will develop and maintain a vigorous,
externally funded research program in remote sensing and/or modeling of
processes directly linked to the Earth’s radiative energy budget.  This
position is motivated by the core importance of radiative transfer in
the study of atmospheric processes and climate.  Specific areas of
research could include but are not restricted to: (1) Remote sensing of
the atmosphere and surface fluxes;  (2) Examining the radiative effects
of aerosols and clouds on climate; (3) Designing and implementing remote
sensing algorithms and methods; and (4) Developing parameterizations for
clouds and radiative transfer in atmospheric models.  The successful
candidate will complement existing CEOAS research programs in
atmosphere-ocean interaction, climate variability and change, and
analysis of satellite and in situ observations. The successful candidate
will also participate in the CEOAS undergraduate and graduate teaching
program and may contribute to teaching courses in radiative transfer,
remote sensing techniques, climate dynamics, and atmospheric physics.
Advising and mentoring graduate students and/or post-doctoral scholars
is also expected from the candidate.

The College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences is an
internationally recognized leader in the study of the Earth as an
integrated system. It operates numerous state-of-the art laboratories
and two oceanographic research vessels, the 177-foot ocean-going Oceanus
and the 54-foot coastal research vessel, Elakha. The College has an
annual budget of more than $50 million, with support coming from the
National Science Foundation, National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration, National Aeronautics and Space Administration and other
federal agencies. It has more than 100 faculty, 200 graduate students
and 600 undergraduate students. Graduate programs include Master's and
PhD degrees in Ocean, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences; Geology; and
Geography and a Master's degree in Marine Resource Management. The
college has undergraduate programs in Earth Sciences and Environmental
Sciences, with several minors and certificate programs.

OSU has an institution-wide commitment to diversity, multiculturalism,
and community. We actively engage in recruiting and retaining a diverse
workforce and student body that includes members of historically
underrepresented groups. We strive to build and sustain a welcoming and
supportive campus environment. OSU provides outstanding leadership
opportunities for people interested in promoting and enhancing
diversity, nurturing creativity and building community.



Appointment:  Salary is competitive and will be commensurate with
experience. There is an expectation that the successful candidate will
secure funding to support 60% of his/her full-time salary.  For a
12-month position it is CEOAS policy to confer indefinite tenure when
promoted to full Professor. Should indefinite tenure be granted, the
appointment will be on a 9-month basis, as are all CEOAS indefinite
tenure agreements.

The OSU benefit package includes several options for health/dental/life
insurance, retirement, as well as a program for reduced tuition for
qualified dependent.
<http://hr.oregonstate.edu/benefits>

Responsibilities:
72.5% Research/Scholarship: Establish and maintain an externally funded
program of scholarly research in the area of emphasis. Work towards
distinction in research as evidenced by national and international
recognition through significant contributions to radiative transfer,
climate, or remote sensing. Publish scholarly work in peer-reviewed,
top-ranked journals, conference proceedings and books appropriate for
the areas of interest. Disseminate research results by participation at
national and international professional conferences and symposia.

20% Teaching and Advising: Teach high quality graduate or undergraduate
courses in field of expertise. Mentor and advise undergraduates,
graduate students, and/or post-doctoral scholars.

7.5% Service: Provide service to the college and/or university to
sustain and promote the research and educational missions. This position
is also expected to participate in service to their research discipline
through committee memberships, reviews, and research planning/leadership
activities.

Minimum/Required Qualifications:

•       Ph.D. in atmospheric science, oceanography, or a closely related field
by the start of employment.
•       A strong scholarly potential demonstrated by a record of peer-reviewed
publications and a clearly defined research agenda commensurate with
academic rank.
•       Demonstrated ability or significant potential for establishing a
research program supported by extramural funding.
•       Demonstrated ability or significant potential for teaching excellence
and commitment to student success in the graduate and undergraduate
programs of College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences.
•       Demonstrated ability or significant potential for mentoring graduate
students and post-doctoral scholars.
•       Proficiency in oral and written English.
•       A commitment to educational equity in a multicultural setting and to
advancing the participation of diverse groups and supporting diverse
perspectives.

Preferred Qualifications:

•       One year or more of professional experience.
•       Demonstrated record of successful interdisciplinary collaborations.
•       Experience securing funds for research from nationally competitive 
awards.
•       Commitment and ability to effectively communicate in both the
classroom and public settings.


Application Closing: For full consideration, applications must be
received by April 6, 2015. Position closing date is June 1, 2015.

To Apply: go to <http://jobs.oregonstate.edu>  posting 0013916
For information regarding the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric
Sciences please visit <http://www.ceoas.oregonstate.edu/>.

When applying you will be required to attach the following electronic
documents that should address the required and preferred qualifications:

1)      A resume/CV that includes a list of publications and funding history;
and the names of at least three professional references, their e-mail
addresses and telephone contact numbers (Upload as 'Other Document' if
not included with your resume/vitae).

2)      A cover letter indicating how your qualifications and experience have
prepared you for this position.

3)      A statement of current and proposed research interests. A statement
of teaching experience and interest. A statement on how the candidate
supports diversity (Can be combined and attached as 'Other Document 2 &
Other Document 3')

  Inquiries about the position may be directed to Dr. Eric Skyllingstad
by email (<skylling@coas.oregonstate.edu>), 541-737-5697 (phone) or
541-737-2064 (FAX).

To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by April 6,
2015 . Applications will continue to be accepted after the full
consideration date, until a sufficient applicant pool has been achieved
or the position is filled. The closing date is subject to change without
notice to applicants.


University and Community:
OSU is one of only two American universities to hold the Land-, Sea-,
Sun- and Space-Grant designations and is the only Oregon institution
recognized for its “very high research activity” (RU/VH) by the Carnegie
Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. The university is comprised
of 11 academic colleges with strengths in natural resources, Earth
dynamics and sustainability, life sciences, entrepreneurship and the
arts and sciences. OSU has facilities and/or programs in every county in
the state, including 12 regional experiment stations, 41 county
extension offices, a branch campus in Bend, a major marine science
center in Newport and a range of programs and facilities in Portland. It
is Oregon’s largest public research university, conducting more than 60
percent of the research funded throughout the state’s university system.
For more information see: http://main.oregonstate.edu/about

OSU is located in Corvallis, a community of 53,000 people situated in
the Willamette Valley between Portland and Eugene. Ocean beaches, lakes,
rivers, forests, high desert, the rugged Cascade and Coast Ranges and
the urban amenities of the Portland metropolitan area are all within a
100-mile drive of Corvallis. Approximately 15,700 undergraduate and
3,400 graduate students are enrolled at OSU, including 2,600 U.S.
students of color and 950 international students.
OSU is committed to a culture of civility, respect, and inclusivity. As
an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer, OSU values diversity
in our faculty and staff regardless of their self-identity; to that end,
we particularly encourage applications from members of historically
underrepresented racial/ethnic groups, individuals with disabilities,
veterans, women, LGBTQ community members, and others who share our
vision of an inclusive community
(http://main.oregonstate.edu/equity-inclusion-and-diversity-oregon-state-university).





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