USC Postdoctoral Positions
Job Description: The Department of Chemistry at the University of Southern California is seeking highly motivated postdoctoral research fellows in the area of inorganic chemistry and catalysis, one with an emphasis on reaction and process design and the other in the area of structural chemistry and X-ray crystallography. One position will be based in the Travis Williams lab, focused on process development and homogeneous catalysis in the hydrogen on demand space. The other will be the interim director of our chemistry X-ray crystallography facility (in part) and have a research portfolio in inorganic chemistry and catalysis in the other part.
The postdoctoral fellows will work in a high energy, diverse research environment and advise on projects impacting many areas of catalysis, including organometallic chemistry, organic synthesis, polymer recycling and sustainability, and materials science.
Qualifications:The applicants must have received, or be scheduled to receive, a Ph.D. in chemistry, or a related field by the start of the appointment. A strong record of research productivity is required. Experience in synthetic chemistry is required for both positions, and a track record in crystallography is required for the X-ray position.
How to apply:Interested applicants or inquiries about the positions go to Prof. Travis Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants should send a CV and a description of past research experience and future research interests. Following an initial screening of these application materials, appropriate candidates will be contacted for follow-up. Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled.
Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in NUS Chemistry
The Department of Chemistry at National University of Singapore (NUS) is seeking outstanding candidates for tenure-track faculty positions in all chemistry disciplines, with preferences in the following areas:
- Biochemistry/Chemical Biology
- Energy/Environmental Chemistry
- Artificial Intelligence in Chemistry
- Polymer Chemistry
Successful candidates would be expected to:
- have a Ph.D. in chemistry or relevant disciplines and preferentially with postdoctoral experience
- possess a strong track record of publications
- establish an internationally recognized research program
- be competitive for external research funding
- have a strong commitment to teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels, and supervise undergraduate, master and doctoral students
Successful candidates will receive:
- a tenure-track position with an attractive salary package as an assistant professor at NUS
- up to SGD 1 million in a start-up research grant + scholarships to hire Ph.D students
- a white space fund of SGD 250,000
- an opportunity to compete with the NRF Fellowship from Singapore National Research Foundation, which come with a five-year research grant of up to SGD 3 million
Singapore's pro-research, pro-education and pro-talent environment will suit scientists seeking to live and work in a progressive and dynamic environment.
Interested candidates should email the following as soon as possible to Ms June Chan (email@example.com):
- CV with a complete list of publications
- Three letters of reference including one from the applicant's main supervisor (to be sent directly by the external referees to firstname.lastname@example.org). The letters of reference should address the following questions with reference to the candidate:
- "How do you compare [the candidate] with other recent graduates of your programme, specifically, [list graduates with good placements]?"
- "To which departments in the National Research Council (NRC) list (http://sites.nationalacademies.org/pga/resdoc/) would you recommend the candidate for tenure-track position?
- A statement of research and a 3-page research plan with a proposed start-up research budget and utilization plan.