Tenure Track Assistant/Associate Professor in Atmospheric Sciences.

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The Department of Environmental, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at UMass
Lowell seeks a tenure track Assistant/Associate Professor in Atmospheric
Sciences. The successful candidate will have expertise in atmospheric
dynamics as well as modeling or remote sensing, and a demonstrated
ability to develop interdisciplinary research that connects atmospheric
science to hydrology, environmental pollution, biogeochemical cycles, or
geomorphology. We seek promising candidates at the early career stage
that seek to build a successful and vibrant research and teaching
program and will contribute to vigorous multifaceted research, teaching
and service in environmental and earth system sciences on our campus.

Position duties and responsibilities include: lecturing at the
undergraduate and graduate level at a nationally ranked research
university; mentoring and advising of undergraduate and graduate
students as well as of postdoctoral fellows; building of a vigorous
externally funded research program through grant proposal writing and
program building; maintaining a publication record and presenting
scholarly work at professional conferences or workshops; and performing
academic services inside and outside the University.

UMass Lowell is a nationally ranked, high-energy campus dedicated to
excellence in teaching and research and an inclusive campus community.
UMass Lowell offers affordable, experience-based education provided by
internationally recognized faculty in 122 undergraduate and graduate
programs in the sciences, health, nursing, business, education,
engineering, fine arts and social sciences. With currently 17,500
students, UMass Lowell is one of the ten fastest growing research
universities in the nation and U.S. News and World Report describes it
as the second fastest growing university in the country.

The Department of Environmental, Earth and Atmospheric Science (EEAS)
offers Bachelor of Science degrees in Environmental Sciences with three
program options: Atmospheric Science, Environmental Studies, and
Environmental Geoscience. In addition, EEAS offers minors in Geoscience
and Climate Change and Sustainability. At the graduate level, EEAS
offers Master of Science and Professional Master Science degrees and
Graduate Certificates with options in Environmental Geoscience and
Atmospheric Sciences. EEAS aims to build a new PhD option starting in 2019.

The University of Massachusetts Lowell is committed to increasing
diversity in its faculty, staff, and student populations, as well as
curriculum and support programs, while promoting an inclusive
environment. We seek candidates who can contribute to that goal and
encourage you to apply and to identify your strengths in these areas.

Minimum Qualifications (Required):
-PhD in Atmospheric Science or in a closely related field.
-The ability to work effectively with diverse and interdisciplinary groups

Additional Considerations:
-Demonstrated excellence in teaching, research, and other scholarly
activities at the level appropriate with the academic rank
-Excellent communication skills both verbal and written
-Postdoctoral research experience

Special Instructions to Applicants:
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the
position is filled. However, the position may close when an adequate
number of qualified applications are received. Please submit a CV, cover
letter, teaching statement/philosophy, and research statement.


Mathew Barlow
Associate Professor of Climate Science
University of Massachusetts Lowell
http://storm.uml.edu/~barlow
Mathew_Barlow@uml.edu

To apply for this job email your details to Mathew_Barlow@uml.edu