CSUN is committed to achieve excellence by providing teaching, scholarship and active learning and diversity among the students. Qualified candidates with an experience of handling students from different backgrounds are encouraged to apply for this position. CSUN provides an atmosphere of civility and respect rights of each individual by providing equal opportunity and affirmative action employer to create a community where a diverse population can work, teach and learn.
The selection process of Assistant Professor of Biochemistry
The process of selection of candidates for the assistant professor of Biochemistry at the CSUN is independent of the race, color, religion and national origin of the candidates as well as gender, sexual orientation age, disabilities and marital status. However, the selected candidates of non-US origin are required to have the authorization to work in the USA from the Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Ideal candidates for this position are required to have a Ph.D. degree in Biochemistry with specialization in all area of the biochemistry, but the candidates with Postdoctoral experience and computational biochemistry will be given more preference.
Selected candidates for the assistant professor of Biochemistry will have to teach Biochemistry courses to the undergraduate and graduate students and actively participate in the research programs involving undergraduate and graduate thesis.
Application process for the Assistant Professor of Biochemistry
Interested candidates may apply for this position of assistant professor of Biochemistry by sending application letter along with the curriculum vitae and detailed description of the research plan and statement of teaching philosophy through post to the Biochemistry Hiring Committee, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, California State University, Northridge, 18111, Nordhoff Street, Northridge, California, 91330-8262, USA. Application through email will not be accepted, but you can make an inquiry through email at eric.kelson(at)csun.edu
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