Tenure-Track Faculty Positions
Tel Aviv University Tenure-Track Position In Physical Chemistry
The Department of Physical Chemistry in Tel Aviv University is seeking applications for a tenure track Senior Lecturer (Assistant Prof.) position. We are looking for outstanding early-career researchers with proven scientific achievements and a strong research program, to establish an independent, world-class research group of the highest caliber. Come take part in a vibrant and intellectually exciting academic community that is pushing the knowledge boundaries of fundamental and applied Physical Chemistry.
Candidates must hold a PhD degree in Physical Chemistry or a related areas and demonstrate very strong research record. This search is broad and extends across all fields of Physical Chemistry. We especially encourage researchers' involvement in electrochemistry and energy research.
Successful candidates will have a strong commitment to research and teaching. They are expected to conduct active research, to develop and teach courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level and to supervise PhD and MSc students. The standard language of instruction is Hebrew, but accommodations can be made for non-Hebrew speakers.
Applications should be submitted to Prof. Yael Roichman (email@example.com) and include a CV, a list of publications, a two-page research statement, and a list of three possible references with their contact details.
Candidates interested in beginning a tenure track position in October 2022 are encouraged to submit their application by October 15, 2021. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and until the position is filled.
The School of Chemistry is seeking excellent candidates for tenure-track faculty positions in all fields of chemistry, pending university administration's approval.
The candidates should hold a Ph.D. degree and should have (almost) completed a post-doctoral research period.
Interested candidates should send us:
List of publications
A brief research statement
Names of senior scientists who may be used as references
The materials should be sent by email to the Chair of the School, Prof. Shmuel Carmeli: firstname.lastname@example.org.