We invite applications for an assistant professor position in the fundamental theory of gravity, cosmology, or high energy physics. Candidates should have demonstrated an excellent record of achievements, have broad interests and thorough training in either cosmology, gravitational, or high energy theory, including string theory, and have a commitment to high quality research and teaching. The Department intends to fill several positions in theoretical physics in the next few years. These new colleagues will complement our existing strengths in theoretical physics and be expected to play a major role in subsequent recruitment. PhD in Theoretical Physics or Astronomy is required as well as a strong track record of research and publications in your area of expertise. The appointment is a regular tenure-track position. Interested applicants should submit a completed application at http://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/32613, along with a vita including a publications list, statements of research, and teaching interests and plans. You will also need to provide four (4) references when applying to this position. To ensure timely consideration, please submit your application by December 15, 2013. Review of applicants will begin in December and continue until the position is filled. Address any inquires to email@example.com. We particularly encourage applications from members of under-represented groups.
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