Candidate selected will hold the Shell Chair in Geophysics. May hold joint appointment with the Department of Geological Sciences, the teaching and degree granting unit of the Jackson School of Geosciences,depending on professional experience, interests, and the teaching needs of the Department of Geological Sciences.
Note: The following additional materials are also required for consideration: Statement of research interests. Instructions for submission of these materials will be provided at the time the online application has been completed.
Establish and conduct vigorous externally funded research program that addresses fundamental problems in geophysics.
Establish an externally funded research program that addresses today's most relevant problems in applied geophysics. Specific areas of research focus are open for discussion. Mentoring and supervising graduate students through matriculation. Publish results of research in peer-reviewed journals. Present results of research at professional scientific meetings.
Other related functions as assigned.
PhD required in geophysics or related field.
10 years research experience. Be able to establish research group of international recognition.
May work around standard office conditions