martes, octubre 13, 2015

Assistant Professor in Vertebrate Biology. Ohio University

The Department of Biological Sciences at Ohio University invites applications for a full time tenure track position in Vertebrate Biology. Applicants should have broad research expertise in mammalogy and the ability to teach undergraduate human anatomy. Candidates with comparative and integrative research interests in ecology, evolutionary biology, behavior, physiology, and/ or conservation biology are strongly encouraged to apply. Primary teaching responsibilities include an upper level/graduate course in mammalogy and a human anatomy course serving a variety of preprofessional majors in the sciences. The successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to develop an independent and extramurally funded research program, mentor undergraduate and graduate students, and interact with faculty and students of Ohio University’s interdisciplinary Center for Ecology and Evolutionary Studies (OCEES). Candidates are expected to have a PhD, relevant postdoctoral training, and evidence of scholarly research.

The application should include a curriculum vitae, a statement of research interests and future directions, a statement of teaching philosophy, and three reference letters. Applications must be electronically uploaded via the "Apply through website" button. The deadline for applying is October 31, 2015; application completed after this date are not guaranteed full
PhD or equivalent degree, relevant postdoctoral training and evidence of scholarly activity are required.

Maître de Conférence in Micropaleontology. Natural History Museum in Paris

A position of assistant professor (“Maître de Conférence”) in Micropaleontology will be opened next spring 2016 at the National Museum of Natural History in Paris. Recruitment at the Museum and at Universities in France includes a special feature: the candidates must first be registered on the qualification list of the “Maître de Conférence”. If some of your postdocs are interested to apply for the assistant Professor position in Micropaleontology at the NHMuseum, they have first to register on the list of the “Maître de Conférence” of the National Museum of Natural History,section 36 -Terre solide : géodynamique des enveloppes supérieures, paléobiosphère

The deadline for submission of documents is October 22nd 2015.

Following French protocol, in order to be able to apply for the position, interested candidates must first be “approved” (\"qualifié\") by the French Ministry of Research. This approval procedure will be closed by the time the actual position description opens. Hence, only those who were \"approved\" will be able to apply for the position. The approval process, \"Qualification\", will close on October 22nd. And of course the procedure is in French.
Interested candidates should go to:

More information:

Eligible candidates should be qualified by Section 36 CNU, hence they should present for the \"qualification\":
- Copy of the PhD diploma
- CV (max 2 pages)
- Resumé of research, teaching, administrative and others activities (max 4 pages)
- Copy of the PhD thesis
- PhD jury report
- Publication list (with a letter of acceptance by editors for papers in press)
- A list of teaching experience (number of hours, level, description)

For more information about the position in MNHN, Paris contact:

Annachiara Bartolini, Pr MNHN,