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- Teach lower and upper division courses in Chemistry and Physical Sciences (teaching load is 3 courses per semester)
- Conduct scholarly research leading to peer-reviewed publications
- Order, install, maintain, and operate scientific equipment
- Develop new courses and collaborate in curriculum and program development in the Biological, Physical, and Health Sciences
- Provide academic advising to students
- Provide service to the profession and broader community
- Participate in program assessment and serve on academic committees
- Earned doctorate degree (PhD) from an accredited college or university in Chemistry or a closely related field (ABD candidates will be considered but must earn their PhD by August 1, 2019)
- Experience teaching general education Chemistry courses
- Evidence of high quality teaching
- Evidence of potential for conducting relevant scholarly research
- Demonstrated commitment to diversity and teaching and working with highly diverse and/or indigenous populations
- Demonstrated work experience with highly diverse and/or indigenous communities
- Ability to effectively communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing
- Ability to instruct effectively in a multicultural setting
- Experience with laboratory set-up and design
- Experience in developing science curricula
- Ability and willingness to prepare and teach Biochemistry for Native Hawaiian Health Sciences
- Commitment to, knowledge of, and/or experience with the mission and purpose of the University of Hawai‘i to position the university as a leading indigenous-serving higher education institution
- Dr. Michael Furuto; firstname.lastname@example.org
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