Faculty position in Environmental Biology and Biodiversity Studies at NUS

The Department of Biological Sciences, National University of Singapore (NUS), invites applications for faculty positions at the junior (tenure-track) or senior level in Environmental Biology and Biodiversity Studies. NUS is a world-class university that is strategically located within a tropical biodiversity hotspot.

Candidates with a strong research background in environmental and biodiversity research and a strong commitment to undergraduate and postgraduate education are invited to apply.

Currently, Singapore has allocated substantial funding for research in aquatic ecosystems, climate change, and the sustainability of urban environments.

Successful applicants will join a growing Environmental Biology group within a diverse Department of Biological Sciences with 60 full-time faculty members and over 300 graduate students from 19 countries. Facilities and research support are world-class and the university (www.nus.edu.sg) and department (www.dbs.nus.edu.sg) are internationally highly regarded. The university offers internationally competitive salary packages in Singapore’s low tax environment.

Interested, strong candidates with PhD and postdoctoral experience should forward a letter of intent describing their career goals, research plans, teaching interests, curriculum vitae and provide the names for at least five referees. Please send the material to:

Chair, Environmental Biology Search Committee
– Professor Rudolf Meier (c/o Ms Lisa Lau),
Department of Biological Sciences,
National University of Singapore,
14 Science Drive 4,
Singapore 117543,
Fax: (65) 6779 5671;
Email: dbsjobs@nus.edu.sg

Closing date of application: 31 January 2012

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