Hiring

The FIRE program is seeking Assistant Clinical Professors to serve as the Research Educators for innovation and research streams to begin in January 2018.

Research Educators work in collaboration with stream-affiliated faculty members to design and implement the group research agenda and are responsible for all curriculum, instruction and broad student mentorship. Research Educators will coordinate with a team of undergraduate peer mentors to oversee research operations including student research progress, infrastructure maintenance as well as management of the fiscal budget. The position empowers the individual to develop a strong portfolio of experience in curriculum development, instruction, mentorship, leadership and research group management.

  • Assistant Clinical Professor of Biology, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology or Microbiology with the First-Year Innovation & Research Experience (FIRE) Program
  • The FIRE program is seeking an individual to serve as the Research Educator (formal title: Assistant Clinical Professor) for a new FIRE innovation and research stream focused on biology with a potential focus on molecular biology, cell biology or microbiology. We welcome applications from all individuals with a background in any form of the biological sciences who have the capacity to productively pursue research goals in one or more of these enumerated specializations.

    [please apply here]
  • Assistant Clinical Professor of Atmospheric Sciences, Applied Economics, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) or Data Science with the First-Year Innovation & Research Experience (FIRE) Program
  • The FIRE program is seeking an individual to serve as the Research Educator (formal title: Assistant Clinical Professor) for a new FIRE innovation and research stream focused on data science with an intended focus on economic, climate or geographic information systems-based (GIS) modeling. With respect to applied economics, we seek individuals with experience in groundwater use, agriculture, or the economics of climate change as well as proficiency in econometrics, machine learning, or other methods of data analytics. For individuals from a background in atmospheric sciences we seek experience in operational meteorology with a working knowledge and experience with various data products, gridded models, satellite observations and products, upper air and surface observations, energy forecasting, agricultural meteorology. We welcome applications from all individuals with a background in any form of data science who have the capacity to productively pursue research goals in one or more of these enumerated specializations.

    [please apply here]