Assistant Professor of Chemistry | Judson College - Marion
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Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Chemistry Department Head

Starting Date:
Mid-August, 2019

Qualifications:
Ph.D. in Chemistry, with emphasis in organic chemistry

Responsibilities:
Judson College seeks a Department Head in Chemistry. The Department Head, who will also hold the title of Assistant Professor of Chemistry or Associate Professor of Chemistry, teaches all courses for a major in chemistry, including organic chemistry, general chemistry, quantitative analysis, and physical chemistry. Teaching duties will include both lecture and laboratory for each course. Additional duties include advising for chemistry majors and leading undergraduate research projects for a few selected chemistry and biology majors.

The individual employed in this position will be expected to fulfill all responsibilities as a department head and full-time faculty member as stipulated in the Judson College Faculty Handbook, and as stated in the employment contract.

Persons interested in applying for this position should forward electronic copies of a cover letter, CV with a list of three references, and unofficial graduate transcripts to Ashley Washington, Assistant to the Senior Vice President and Academic Dean, at the following address:

Ashley Washington
E-mail: awashington2@judson.edu
334-683-5104

Parties seeking more information about the position may also contact Dr. Ray Price, Head of Mathematics Department & Chair of Science Division, at 334-683-5205 or rprice@judson.edu).

Review of materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Judson College is a private women’s college of arts, sciences, and professional studies located in Marion, Alabama. Situated in the Baptist tradition, the college was founded in 1838. Judson is the nation’s fifth oldest women’s college and the only women’s college in the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities. Judson College does not unlawfully discriminate in its employment practices on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sex, disability, or age. Benefits include: 403(b) retirement plan, health and dental insurance, long-term disability, life insurance, and available supplemental insurance currently through AFLAC.