Associate professor in Physical Geography open at Uppsala University

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Associate professor in Physical Geography open at Uppsala University

veijo pohjola

Uppsala University invites applications for a position as

Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography

at the Department of Earth Sciences, Programme for Air, Water and Landscape Sciences.

Qualifications required: To be eligible for a position as associate professor, the applicant must hold a Ph.D or have equivalent academic qualifications (or have other professional skills), and have pedagogic proficiency. According to the appointment regulations of Uppsala University it is also a general requirement for employment as associate professor to have completed suitable pedagogical training for 10 weeks or have corresponding qualifications.

Assessment criteria: In ranking eligible candidates, emphasis will be given to research and teaching skills alike. In examining the scientific proficiency particular importance will be attached to research qualifications within aquatic climatology, glaciology, and natural disaster science. Special emphasis will be placed on research qualifications of processes in glaciology and the processes in the interface between glaciology and meteorology. It is also a merit to have documented ability to attract external funding.

 

For further information about the position, please contact Professor Veijo Pohjola, email [hidden email], phone +46- 18- 471 2509.

 

You are welcome to submit your application no later than 31st March, 2012, UFV-PA 2012/87

 

See details here:  http://www2.personalavd.uu.se/ledigaplatser/87unilekeng.html

 


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