Research Assistant Professor
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|Position Type||Teaching and Research Faculty|
|Working Title||Research Assistant Professor|
|School/Unit||School of Engineering|
|Department||Chemical & Life Science Engineering|
|Number of Months||12|
|Tenure Status||Non-Tenure Eligible|
|Grant funded position?||Yes - Continuation of this position depends on funding of the grant.|
Position Summary and Qualifications
|Mission or Goal of Unit||
To value discovery and creativity of our entire engineering community; students, faculty and staff; to value diversity of ideas of our engineering community; students, faculty and staff; to value personalized attention in teaching, learning, and service to all of our constituents including our students; their families, our industrial partners and collaborators, and colleagues throughout the university and business communities; and to value the significant and positive impact of our people and ideas in the promotion of regional and global prosperity involving research and life sciences. In addition all goals and objectives of the School of Engineering complement the Mission of the University.
|Chief purpose of this position in support of above mission or goal||
This position will assist in providing a dramatic change in pharmaceutical manufacturing technology while increasing access to life-saving medicines worldwide.
This position will be playing an important role to carry out the development of chemical and engineering process improvements leading to significant cost reductions for HIV drugs and related starting materials. Collaborations with other institutions will also be a part of this project. In addition, the candidates will participate in proposal preparation, guiding students, and writing scholarly articles.
• Candidates must have earned a PhD degree in chemical engineering or chemistry.
• Significant pharmaceutical manufacturing experience is preferred.
Posting Detail Information
|Open Until Filled||No|
|Application Deadline Date||04/20/2017|
|Proposed Hire Date||05/01/2017|
|Type of Search||National|
|Application Process/Additional Information||
Candidates should submit a curriculum vitae detailing their research, teaching and leadership experiences and a list of three references. Application materials should be uploaded to www.vcujobs.com, position F53850. Questions should be sent to Tom Roper, Ph.D., Chair of the Search Committee, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The position will close on April 17, 2017
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