The Astronomy Nucleus of Universidad Diego Portales is looking to hire a new faculty member at either the Assistant or Associate level position. The requirements are a Ph.D. in astronomy or a closely related field and a demonstrated ability and commitment to excellence in independent research. Experience advising PhD students is desirable, and expected for those applying at the Associate level.
The successful candidate will join a young and active astronomy group of seven faculty and eight postdocs working on a broad range of research topics. The position is open to all areas of observational, experimental, and theoretical astrophysics and carries teaching duties in astronomy at the graduate and undergraduate level, with a load of no more than two courses per year. The new faculty will also be expected to actively participate in the recently created graduate program in astrophysics at UDP by advising students. The successful candidate will have access to 10% of all telescope time in Chile, including ALMA, VLT, Gemini, Magellan, and other telescopes in the country, as well as access to future facilities such as GMT and E-ELT. The position provides a competitive salary and benefits. The new faculty is expected to start in March of 2020, but later arrival dates can be accommodated.
We invite prospective applicants to submit their curriculum vitae, a research statement, a teaching and mentoring statement, and a cover letter by July 1st, 2019 to email@example.com to ensure full consideration. Applicants should also provide the contact information of three references that can submit recommendation letters. We encourage applications from women and minorities.
More information about the UDP Astronomy Nucleus and about this call can be found at www.astronomia.udp.cl/en. Questions can be directed to Prof. Roberto Assef at firstname.lastname@example.org.