Assistant Professor in Geology, Lamar University

The Department of Earth and Space Sciences at Lamar University is seeking a faculty member to join our department. The applicant must be qualified to teach and conduct research in stratigraphy and sedimentology, as well as teach geomorphology.  The candidate will also be expected to lead annual field camps. The tenure-track position is at the Assistant level. The department has been growing in its number of baccalaureate majors and also serves a substantial general education teaching mission for other disciplines.

A Ph.D. in geology with a specialization in stratigraphy and sedimentology is required, along with qualifications supporting appointment at the level of Assistant Professor at Lamar University. Applicants must have a record of, or at least a demonstrated potential for, teaching, research, external funding, and publication.  The candidate is expected to develop a vigorous externally funded research program. Ties with industry, federal, and State agencies is also desirable. Field experience, excellent inter-personal and communication skills, and the ability to teach courses in geology at all levels are also required. Salary and start up package will be commensurate with education and experience.

Submit letter of application, resume, three letters of recommendation, and transcripts covering all academic work to the following address:  Please reference position number #499699.

If letters of recommendation cannot be uploaded to the application, please send them to:

Lamar University
Human Resources Office
P.O. Box 11127
Beaumont, TX 77710