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Tenure track Assistant Professor in Weathering and Soil Development

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Université de Lausanne

The Faculty of Geosciences and Environment at the University of Lausanne seeks to appoint an

Assistant Professor (tenure track) in Weathering and Soil Development

at the Institute of Earth Surface Dynamics (IDYST).

The position will focus on processes in the critical zone that link the impact of weathering to the Earth’s climate and to the evolution of landscape and biomass. Research approaches that integrate different temporal and spatial scales to identify mechanisms of soil development and the quantification of rates and fluxes involved in weathering processes are highly recommended. We look for a candidate who would complement current expertise in IDYST (Aqueous and Isotope Biogeochemistry, Biogeosciences, Geo- and Thermochronology, Geomorphology) and who has the potential to establish collaborations with the Institute of Earth Sciences and the Institute of Geography and Sustainability.

The appointment is expected to be at the rank of Assistant Professor, tenure track (possibility of tenure and promotion to Associate Professor within 5-6 years). An appointment at the rank of Associate or Full Professor may be considered for more senior candidates who would advance the Faculty's objectives regarding equal opportunities between men and women and the Faculty’s strategy regarding the recruitment of professors (see www.unil.ch/gse under “La Faculté -- L’égalité à la FGSE”, point 2.2 of the action plan).

Expected start date: August 1st, 2018 or to be agreed upon

Contract length: 6 years, tenure and promotion to the rank of Associate Professor expected after 5-6 years

Activity rate: 100%

Workplace: University of Lausanne, quartier Mouline, Geopolis building

The successful candidate will join the Institute of Earth Surface Dynamics (IDYST) and have an active research program with external funding. The candidate will teach courses in the Bachelor of Geosciences and Environment, contribute to the Faculty’s masters programs, including the MSc of Biogeosciences and will supervise masters and doctoral students

Candidates need to demonstrate an ability to conduct research of high quality, to obtain competitive research grants and to publish in international scholarly journals, combining research in areas of weathering, soil development, biogeochemical cycles and landscape evolution. An aptitude for teaching and for supervising master’s and doctoral theses is required.

A good command of both French and English is desirable. If French is not the native language, the ability to teach in French has to be acquired within two years of the appointment.

Further relevant information is available on the websites of the Faculty (www.unil.ch/gse), the School of Geosciences and Environment (see www.unil.ch/gse under “Ecole des GSE” and the Institute of Earth Surface Dynamics (www.unil.ch/idyst).

For specific queries, please contact Prof. René Véron (rene.veron@unil.ch), Dean of the Faculty of Geosciences and Environment and Chair of the Hiring Committee.

Your Application Deadline : October 15th, 2017

Only applications in Word or PDF file through this website will be taken into account and should indeed include all the documents mentioned on the link:

Click Here to Apply for this job now.

Another way to get to the ad: www.unil.ch/emplois, externe, req ID 11463.

Seeking to promote an equitable representation of men and women among its staff, the University encourages applications from women.



Status: Assistant Professor
Location: Lausanne, SWITZERLAND
Advert Published: 27 Jul 2017
Expiry date: 15 Oct 2017
Université de Lausanne Ref. No.:
11463
Academic Jobs EU Ref. No.:
Please quote this number if applying for this job offline.
J19780
 

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