Professor or Associate/Assistant Professor in Computational Chemistry
Salary: Professor – Competitive
Associate Professor – £48,327- £55,998 per annum
Assistant Professor – £39,324 - £46,925 per annum
Contract Type: Permanent
Full Job Descriptions for each role can be found by following the links:
Applications are invited for up to two posts in computational chemistry; successful candidates will be appointed as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor, commensurate with profile and experience.
Applications are invited from any relevant research area in computational and theoretical chemistry.
Candidates should have an outstanding, internationally-recognized track record in research in any area of computational or theoretical chemistry, demonstrated excellence in teaching, potential to attract sustained external funding to support research activities, and imaginative research plans for the future.
Appointees will be expected to provide leadership in both departmental and campus-wide research activities, including strategic development of the University’s Global Research Priorities and development of new national and international research programmes which enhance the University’s research profile.
For informal enquiries please contact:
Dr. Scott Habershon (S dot Habershon at warwick dot ac dot uk; phone +44 (0) 2476 522 754), Prof. Giovanni Costantini (G dot Costantini at warwick dot ac dot uk; phone: +44 (0) 2476 524 934), or Prof. Martin Wills (M dot Wills at warwick dot ac dot uk phone +44 (0) 2476 523 260)
Closing date: 2 April 2017
It is expected that interviews will take place in May 2017.
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