The College of Marine Sciences at Shanghai Ocean University
applicants for 5 faculty positions. Applicant should have Ph. D.
degree in marine science or related fields. For associate
professorship level, candidates must have at least 2-year
postdoctoral experience and good publication record. For full
professorship level, candidates must have demonstrated ability to
secure extramural funding for their research, mentor graduate
students and teach the course at undergraduate/graduate level. All
candidates are expected to establish an independent research
program and contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate education
in physical oceanography, chemical oceanography, marine geology and
marine remote sensing, etc.
Interested candidates are required to send a PDF file including (i) a cover letter, (ii) future research interests and plan no more than 3 pages (single-spaced) including figures, (iii) a current CV including the list of peer reviewed publications, and names and addresses of three referees to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Successful candidates will be offered competitive salaries based on the qualifications and experiences in accordance with the policy and guidelines of Shanghai Ocean University and Shanghai government.
Closing date: Open until all positions are filled.
For additional information regarding the positions, please contact:
Professor Yunping Xu (email@example.com)
Head of Department of Marine Science & Technology
College of Marine Sciences
Shanghai Ocean University, Shanghai 201306, China
Languages – Chinese is working language in SHOU, but the applications with only fluent English are welcome to apply.
About Shanghai Ocean University (SHOU): SHOU, founded in 1912, is a multi-disciplinary applied research-based institution of higher education. It is jointly established by Shanghai Municipal Government, State Oceanic Administration and the Ministry of Agriculture. The main campus of SHOU is located in Pudong New District, Shanghai. There are three main disciples in SHOU, Marine Science & Technology, Food Science & Technology and Aquaculture. In 2017, SHOU was selected by Ministry of Education into the “Double First-Class Initiative” program for its First-Class Discipline of aquaculture. At present, SHOU has about 12,000 full-time undergraduates students, over 3,000 full-time graduate students, and 1,300 faculty members and staff.