Position Announcements

Assistant/Associate Professor of Marine Science




THE
RICHARD STOCKTON COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY




SCHOOL
OF NATURAL SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS



                         ASSISTANT / ASSOCIATE
PROFESSOR OF MARINE SCIENCE



                                         BEGINNING SEPTEMBER
1, 2014



The
Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
Marine Science Program
is seeking to fill a tenure track position, at the rank
of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor level, in the area
of Marine Science with a specialization
in Marine Geology
and an interest in Coastal
Processes
and Sediment Dynamics for
September 2014. Familiarity with Marine
Technology Instrumentation
and GIS
preferred. The candidate should be qualified to teach
Marine Geology, Sedimentology and Stratigraphy, Historical Geology, and
Coastal Processes.



The
Richard Stockton College of New Jersey is an innovative liberal arts and
sciences college and is currently ranked among the top ten public Masters
institutions in the northeast. The college is located in the Pinelands National
Reserve in southern New Jersey on 1600 acres about one hour from Philadelphia,
two hours from New York City, three hours from the Baltimore/Washington area,
and 20 minutes from Atlantic City.  The
College has a diverse array of undergraduate programs in the sciences and
maintains a well-equipped coastal Field Station ten minutes from campus which also
includes the Coastal Research Center.  A
new 66,000 sq. ft. Unified Science Center opened in September 2013 with a
second building in the planning stages.  Stockton
provides vast opportunities for interdisciplinary academic, scholarly, and
pedagogic development in the sciences.



PhD
is required for appointment as Assistant or Associate Professor.  Salary is dependent on qualifications and
experience.  Excellent teaching and
scholarship is expected. Postdoctoral experience in Marine Geology is a plus;
research interests might include, but are not limited to: geological oceanography, coastal processes, sediment transport, stratigraphy,
depositional environments, seabed mapping, and coastal zone management.  Teaching load is 12 hours each semester and could
consist of lecture and lab sections as well as course offerings in the
College’s General Studies “commons”. Academic experiences with culturally
diverse populations desired.



Screening
will begin April 11, 2014.  Send a letter
of application, resume, a brief statement about your teaching philosophy,
research goals, and three letters of recommendation to: Dean Dennis Weiss,
School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, The Richard Stockton College of New
Jersey, AA-246, 101 Vera Farris Drive, Galloway, NJ 08205 or
mars2@stockton.edu.



The
Richard Stockton College of New Jersey is an equal opportunity institution
encouraging a diverse pool of applicants, visit
http://www.stockton.edu/affirmative_action
Individuals with disabilities desiring accommodations in the application
process should contact Sharon Hunt, Recruitment Manager, at 609-652-4384.