Job Posting: Teaching Postdoctoral Position, Biotechnology Program, NC State University

Kate Stuart
December 16, 2015

The Biotechnology Program at North Carolina State University (http://biotech.ncsu.edu) invites applications for a position as Teaching Postdoctoral Scholar in the area of molecular biology. Responsibilities will include teaching sections at the graduate and undergraduate levels of an existing course that covers manipulation and expression of recombinant DNA and developing and implementing a new laboratory course in a cutting-edge area of molecular biotechnology in the fellow’s area of expertise. The successful candidate must have strong interpersonal skills and teaching ability. A Ph.D. in molecular biology or a related field is required as well as postdoctoral experience. This is a 12-month position, and is renewable for up to 3 years, based on performance and funding.

For further information or to apply, go to https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/62396 . Applicants should attach the following materials to their application profile: curriculum vitae, cover letter, teaching philosophy, and the names of three references.

Applications received prior to February 15, 2016 will be assured of full consideration, and the position can begin as early as July 1, 2016.  For questions regarding the position responsibilities, please contact: Dr. Carlos C. Goller at ccgoller@ncsu.edu.

 

AA/EOE. In addition, NC State welcomes all persons without regard to sexual orientation or genetic information. Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application and interview process please call (919) 515-3148. Final candidates are subject to criminal & sex

offender background checks. Some vacancies also require credit or motor vehicle checks. If highest degree is from an institution outside of the U.S., final candidates are required to have their degree verified at www.wes.org. Degree must be obtained prior to start date.

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