Full time (44 hrs a weeek)

Three Tenure Track Academic Positions

Applications until December 19th, 2018 in the areas of Igneous Petrology; Structural Geology and Tectonics; and Environmental Geology and Hydrogeology.

The Department of Geology of the Faculty of Physics and Mathematical Sciences of the University of Chile is seeking to appoint three full time (44 hrs.) academic positions. 

These positions are for tenure track and involve strong commitment in research and teaching, both at undergraduate and graduate levels. 

The selected candidates are expected to participate and lead basic and applied research projects as well as build a vigorous externally-funded research program.

The open positions are in the following areas:

  • Geology (code FM-1805): Igneous Petrology
  • Geology (code FM-1806): Structural Geology and Tectonics
  • Geology (code FM-1807): Environmental Geology and Hydrogeology

Details on expected candidate profiles, selection criteria, requirements, application deadline and general questions please go to: www.uchile.cl/concursoAcademico/ and select the position code on the above indicated web link.

Specific questions and doubts should be addressed to the Department Direction office (email: direcgeo@ing.uchile.cl), referencing position code number.

Spanish fluency is not required at the time of application, but is highly encouraged at the time of appointment.

Checklist of required documents

  1. Curriculum Vitae
  2. Letter of interest
  3. Copies of academic certificates
  4. Copy of doctoral certificate/letter indicating it will be received before appointment
  5. Signed declaration indicating requirement fulfillment of points 4b, 4c and 4d of the base guidelines
  6. Research development plan
  7. Citation report of bibliography (web of science)
  8. Copies of most relevant publications (not more than 3)
  9. Teaching commitment proposal (undergraduate, graduate)
  10. Minimum 2 recommendation letters (not more than 3); to send to sediraca@ing.uchile.cl

Publicado el miércoles 24 de octubre de 2018