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- Nine-month equivalent (.82) FTE funds provided. The selectee is expected to fund the remainder through external funds. Position is expected to begin approximately August 1, 2017 or as mutually acceptable, subject to position clearance.
- The Department seeks candidates with demonstrated research expertise preferably with tropical emphasis in areas of atmospheric chemistry, tropical cyclones, boundary layer, or tropical meteorology in general. Candidates with outstanding track records in other areas are also encouraged to apply. In addition, candidates will be expected to teach undergraduate and graduate courses preferably in one or more of the areas of atmospheric chemistry, tropical cyclones, radar meteorology, synoptic, tropical meteorology, and boundary layer meteorology.
- A Ph.D. earned no later than 1 May 2017 in the area of atmospheric sciences or a closely related field
- Excellent communication skills
- Demonstrated capability for creative, high quality research
- Evidence of effectively teaching and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students
- In addition to the minimum qualifications stated above, applicants must have four year of experience at the rank of assistant professor or equivalent, with evidence of increasing professional maturity; scholarly achievement judged competent and adequate for the rank in comparison with peers active in the same field at major research universities; proven record of outstanding research and teaching; and continued evidence of participation in the scholarly and academic affairs of a university or other appropriate organization.
- Professor Steven Businger, Chair
- Department of Atmospheric Sciences
- University of Hawaii at Manoa
- 2525 Correa Road, HIG 350
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- 808-956-8775; firstname.lastname@example.org; Fax 808-956-2877
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