Paleonet: Coordinator of Undergraduate Laboratories

Roy Plotnick plotnick at uic.edu
Thu Jun 13 20:14:59 GMT 2013


The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of 
Illinois at Chicago (UIC) seeks applicants for the position of 
Coordinator of Undergraduate Laboratories to start on 16 August 2013.The 
successful candidate will manage and help develop instructional 
laboratories, including the training of Teaching Assistants in 
laboratory activities and maintenance of laboratory equipment.Minimum 
Qualifications-Undergraduate and Advanced Degree in Geoscience, Earth 
and Environmental Science or Geoscience Education required. A minimum of 
one year of previous teaching experience (as teacher or teaching 
assistant) in middle school, high school, and/or college/university 
setting required. Please direct questions about the position to 
pdoran at uic.edu. To apply, please complete the online application 
providing contact information of three professional references at 
https://jobs.uic.edu(click on the Job Board and then on the position 
link) and upload a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a statement of 
laboratory management and teaching experience. For fullest 
consideration, please apply by July 5, 2013. Women and minority 
candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Final authorization of the 
position is subject to availability of state funding. UIC is one of the 
nation’s leading urban research universities and an Affirmative 
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

-- 
Roy E. Plotnick
Professor
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
University of Illinois at Chicago
845 W. Taylor St.
Chicago, IL 60607

E-mail: plotnick at uic.edu
office 2454 SES
office phone: 312-996-2111     fax: 312-413-2279
lab phone: 312-355-1342



web page: http://www.uic.edu/~plotnick/plotnick.htm

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