Assistant Professor (tenure Track) in Inorganic Chemistry

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WorkplaceGeneva, Lake Geneva region, Switzerland
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Job StartStarting date: July 1, 2025 or upon mutual agreement.

The Faculty of Science at the University of Geneva, Switzerland, has an opening for a position as

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (tenure track) in inorganic chemistry

The Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry of the Faculty of Science at the University of Geneva invites applications for a full-time tenure track assistant professor position in the field of inorganic chemistryin the broadest sense.

Description

The role includes:
  • teaching at bachelor, master and postgraduate levels, as well as supervising master’s and doctoral theses.
  • the candidate should be able to teach in French about two years after taking up the position.

The candidate will be expected to:
  • develop a fundamental, creative and high-quality line of research at the national and international level in his/her area of specialisation and to obtain external funding.
  • He/she will also be responsible for administrative and organisational tasks within the Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry and the Faculty.

Requirements

  • PhD in chemistry or equivalent qualification.
  • Major publications in international journals.

Contact and Address

Applications, consisting of a letter of motivation, a detailed curriculum vitae including a list of publications, a copy of the highest diploma, a 5-page research plan and a list of references that may be contacted by the committee must be submitted exclusively online before September 15, 2024 (23:59 Geneva time) on the University’s website at https://unige.ch/academ where the advertisement can also be consulted.

NO PAPER APPLICATIONS OR APPLICATIONS SENT BY EMAIL WILL BE ACCEPTED.

With a view to parity, the University encourages applications from women.

CONTACT
Further information can be obtained from Professor Eric Bakker (eric.bakkerunige.ch).

Web

In your application, please refer to myScience.org and reference JobID 2921435.