Teaching Postdoctoral Scholar, Molecular/Chemical Biology @ North Carolina State University

April 22, 2021

The Biotechnology Teaching Program (BIT) at North Carolina State University (http://biotech.ncsu.edu) invites applications for a position as Teaching Postdoctoral Scholar in the area of molecular biology and/or chemical biology. Responsibilities will include teaching sections at the graduate and undergraduate levels of an existing course that explores manipulation and expression of recombinant DNA and developing and implementing a new laboratory course in a cutting-edge area of molecular biotechnology in the scholar’s area of expertise. With a recently NIH-funded initiative to promote Molecular Biology Laboratory Education Modules (MBLEMs) across the country, there are exciting opportunities to create, disseminate, and assess educational modules. Furthermore, scholars will mentor undergraduate research students in independent research projects. The successful candidate must have strong interpersonal skills and an interest in cultivating their teaching ability. A Ph.D. in molecular biology or a related field is required, and postdoctoral research experience is strongly preferred. This is a 12-month position and is renewable for up to three years, based on performance and funding. The position is available starting in July 2021

For further information or to apply, go to https://jobs.ncsu.edu and search for position number 00102527.  Applicants should attach the following materials to their application profile: cover letter, curriculum vitae, contact information for three references, and a two page statement including both teaching philosophy and research interests.

           Applications received prior to June 15, 2021, will be assured of full consideration. This position will remain open to applicants until filled. For questions regarding the position responsibilities, please contact Dr. Melissa C. Srougi at mcsrougi@ncsu.edu. We welcome applications from scholars of all identities and backgrounds, including those who may need to request accommodations to facilitate their application.

Read more and apply here.