FT Faculty: Lecturer, Chemistry, College of Arts & Sciences
Category: Faculty Subscribe: Department: Chemistry CHE Locations: Fairfield, CT Posted: Feb 1, 2022 Closes: Open Until Filled Type: Full-time Position ID: 142322
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The Department of Chemistry and Physics in the College of Arts and Sciences invites applications for a renewable non-tenure track Lecturer position in Chemistry , whose background is in either Analytical, Inorganic and/or Physical Chemistry. The ideal candidate will leverage the department's extensive analytical instrumentation (NMR, GC-MS, UV/Vis, FTIR, fluorescence, ICP-MS, etc.) into an effective, collaborative, and cross-disciplinary teaching and research program.
About the Department of Chemistry and Physics
The Chemistry and Physics department within the College of Arts and Sciences offers BS in Chemistry, BS in Biochemistry, and MS program with areas of specialization in bioinformatics and molecular biochemistry. The department's state of the art facilities includes nine chemistry teaching and research laboratories along with major instrumentation including but not limited to a 400 MHz NMR, GC-MS, UV/Vis, FTIR, fluorescence, ICP-MS, Raman Spectrometer, Polarimeter, Multimode StartSYNTH microwave oven and Flame & Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption Spectrometer which support all disciplines with the goal of delivering an education that provides students the skills needed to excel in their chosen careers. Theory and applications of the subject matter are taught to achieve this goal and the goal to create lifelong learners, critical thinkers and ethical communicators, who have the ability read and synthesize scientific literature, formulate questions, communicate scientific information clearly and precisely in both written and oral forms, and recognize and carry out strategies for solving scientific problems.
Review of applications will begin immediately.
Qualified candidates should submit: 1) letter of interest, 2) curriculum vitae, 3) statement of teaching philosophy, 4) statement of research program, 5) copies of graduate transcripts, 6) examples of syllabi from courses taught (if available). Three current letters of recommendation will be required if you are selected for a screening interview.
Per the guidance of the CDC, COVID-19 vaccination-including booster shots-is required for all students, faculty and staff who are taking classes or working on campus. Exemptions may apply.
Sacred Heart University is a space that respects and embraces differences, recognizes the unique contributions that individuals can make, and creates a community that maximizes the potential of all faculty and staff. As an equal opportunity employer applications from qualified candidates who reflect the wider world in which we live are encouraged.