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Assistant Professor of Bio- Energy Technology Code#D4-624
Responsibilities:
Lincoln University invites applications for an assistant professor position of bio-energy technology in the Cooperative Research Programs. This position is designated as 12-month non-tenure track with responsibilities of approximately 75% research and 25% teaching in the area of bio-energy technology. The successful candidate will be responsible teaching courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels, advising undergraduate students and supervising graduate and undergraduate students’ research. The incumbent will be expected to develop a nationally/internationally recognized research program in waste-/agriculture-based bio-energy technology; conduct research on generation of bio-energy from urban and suburban wastes or crops, obtain extramural funding for research, publish articles in peer-reviewed journals, collaborate with faculty within the programs at Lincoln University and other institutions, contribute to relevant professional societies, and make presentation of research findings.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Individuals are sought with a Ph.D. in agriculture engineering, environmental science and/or engineering or similar disciplines such as chemical engineering with background in agronomy and demonstrated expertise in bio-fuels and anaerobic digester technology in particular. Applicants must have demonstrated ability to conduct quality research and teaching, publish in peer-reviewed journals, and advise undergraduate and graduate students. Post-doctoral research and teaching experience is preferred. Interpersonal, effective oral and written communication skills, and willingness and ability to work in a team-oriented environment with a diverse group of students and faculty are essential.

SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Submit a Lincoln University Employment Application form (http://www.lincolnu.edu/web/human-resource-services/human-resources-forms), cover letter, curriculum vita, statement of research and teaching interests, official university transcripts, and three current letters of reference to: Human Resource Services, Lincoln University, 101 Young Hall, PO Box 29, Jefferson City, MO 65102-0029. “Lincoln University is a Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action /ADA employer”