Job Opportunities

 

Assistant Professor - Neurobiology, Physiology, Systems or Organismic Function

As part of an ongoing expansion, the Department of Biological Sciences at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) is looking to fill one or two new, 9-month, tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant Professor level, beginning in 2017. We seek applicants with an interest and established record in bridging levels from neurobiology or physiology, to systems or organismic function. Research areas may include neurobiology, ethology, evolution, or development. Candidates will be expected to maintain an active, funded research program, supervise graduate students, and contribute to the overall success of the Department. [Posting Number: 0603620]

 

Assistant Professor - Organismic Function, from Behavior to Ecology

As part of an ongoing expansion, the Department of Biological Sciences at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) is looking to fill one or two new, 9-month, tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant Professor level, beginning in 2017. We seek applicants with an interest and established record in bridging levels from systems or organismic function to behavior or ecology. Research areas can include ethology, microbiology, functional ecology, or evolution. Candidates will be expected to maintain an active, funded research program, supervise graduate students, and contribute to the overall success of the Department. [Posting Number: 0603621]


Applicants should apply online at NJIT's Human Resources website:

https://njit.jobs/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1480619915937

Applicants should submit their CV, a brief statement of research and teaching goals, and the names and contact information of three references. All applications must be submitted on-line at njit.jobs, referencing posting number [Department: Biological Sciences 00160].


 

The New Jersey Institute of Technology is an equal opportunity, affirmative action, equal access employer and encourages applications from women, minorities, and persons with disabilities.