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Deadline: 2018-11-12
Location: Montclair, New Jersey, United States

Tenure-track faculty position in astronomy or gravitational physics at Montclair State University, NJ, USA

Tenure-track position in Physics/Astronomy
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Montclair State University

Applications are invited for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level in Physics. (Applications for exceptional applicants at the Associate Professor or Professor level will also be considered.) Priority will be given to a physicist or astronomer with expertise in data analysis, observation, or computing. We are especially interested in candidates with expertise in gravitational-wave physics (data analysis preferred), multi-messenger astronomy, exoplanets, solar system astronomy, neutrino astrophysics, radio astronomy, optical/IR astronomy, and x-ray/gamma-ray astronomy. Highly qualified applicants in other areas of physics and astronomy may be considered.

Montclair State University is New Jersey’s second-largest university, with over 20,000 students. It is a Research Doctoral University under the Carnegie Classification of higher-education institutions. The University has a very diverse student body and has met the criteria to be a Federally-designated Hispanic-Serving Institution. It is located 15 miles west of New York City in the town of Montclair. Additional information about our department can be found on our website: .

A Ph.D. in Physics or Astronomy is required; one or more years of postdoctoral experience is preferred. We are especially interested in candidates who can support and further develop the astronomy or computational-physics/data science component of our curriculum. Applicants of all genders, sexual orientations, races, ethnicities, and nationalities are welcome in our department.

A full search advertisement with more details and application instructions can be found at AcademicJobsOnline: . Applications should be submitted before November 12, 2018 to ensure full consideration. Contact Marc Favata with any questions or requests for information at physics-search[AT]