Commensurate with qualifications and experience
Minimum Requirements: - A Ph.D. in soil science or related field with specialization in the area of soil physics - Evidence of excellent research at the laboratory and field-scale levels - Demonstrated publication record - Evidence of excellent teaching - Effective oral and written communication skills - Commitment to working with/teaching diverse groups including women and underrepresented American minorities Preferred Requirements: - Desire to aid in helping farmers and land managers of North Dakota maintain or improve soil resources, manage water in times of drought and excess precipitation, and potentially investigate the fate and transport of plant nutrients in natural and drained systems - Expertise in the area of water, gas, and heat transfer and chemical transport in field and laboratory soils; desire to solve practical issues such as ameliorating soil salinity - Evidence of successful grant writing - Working directly with farmers and land managers - Demonstrated experience working with/teaching diverse groups including women and underrepresented American minorities.
The Department of Soil Science within the School of Natural Resource Sciences at North Dakota State University is seeking an outstanding individual for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level, in the area of soil physics. The successful candidate will join a School faculty whose areas focus on soil science, range science, entomology, and natural resources management. The successful candidate will: conduct laboratory and field research in the area of soil physics; mentor graduate and undergraduate students; develop a nationally recognized research program; secure funding through external sources; and serve on School, College, and University committees. Applications must be made online at https://jobs.ndsu.edu/ and should include: 1) a letter of application outlining interest and qualifications for this position; 2) a statement of research interests and philosophy; 3) a statement of teaching interests and philosophy; 4) curriculum vitae; 5) up to two reprints of representative publications (Attach in Other Document 1 and 2); 5) unofficial transcripts from each University where degrees were earned; 6) teaching evaluations from courses the applicant has taught (optional -attach in Other Document 3); and 7) the names and contact information for at least three professional references. NOTE: Official transcripts will be required if candidate is selected for an interview.
Search Committee Chair Soil Science Department School of Natural Resource Sciences email@example.com