Chemical Engineering Faculty Position – Applications are currently being requested at Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor or Instructor levels.
The Chemical Engineering Program at the Middle East Technical University Northern Cyprus Campus (METU NCC) is seeking applicants for a faculty position at all ranks. Applications from recent PhD graduates and visiting scholars are also welcome. To be considered for the position, candidates must hold a BSc degree in Chemical Engineering and a PhD degree preferably in Chemical Engineering or in a closely related field. Candidates with research backgrounds and/or interests in modelling and simulation, biotechnology and/or polymer technology will be given priority.
The positions are full-time and will be available from October 2021.
METU NCC is committed to high quality research and teaching. Normal teaching load at METU NCC is 3 courses (equivalent to 9 credit hours) per semester. Details about the METU NCC Chemical Engineering curriculum can be found at http://ncc.metu.edu.tr/chme/home. Although the primary responsibility of the faculty will be teaching, a strong commitment to high-quality research is required.
Chemical Engineering Program at METU NCC provides a supportive and friendly environment and encourages interdisciplinary research contributions to Graduate Program in Sustainable Environment and Energy Systems.
Please visit Working and Living at METU NCC for detailed information about what METU NCC has to offer, such as the social security, retirement and health coverage, and subsidized on-campus accommodation. The page also includes an indicative table of remuneration levels.
Please refer to Guidelines for Application to Faculty Positions and follow the instructions therein to complete the application procedure.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
For more information, please contact Assist. Prof. Dr. Bengü Bozkaya-Schrotter, Coordinator of Chemical Engineering Program at METU NCC (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; phone: +90 392 6612966).