College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Environmental Science & Technology

ENST Now Hiring for Three Positions

ENST is currently seeking candidates for the following positions: 

Assistant Professor (Soil Science)

The Department of Environmental Science and Technology at the University of Maryland located in College Park, Maryland seeks candidates for a 9-month tenure-track Assistant Professor in soil chemistry. The position is 60% research and 40% teaching.
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Lecturer (Soil Science)

The Department of Environmental Science & Technology seeks candidates for a 9-month Lecturer position to: teach Fundamentals of Soil Science course, coordinate labs associated with this course and others within the department, and serve as an academic advisor for undergraduates. Fundamentals of Soil Science (ENST 200) is a large enrollment course (75-150 students) with several lab sections. The selected candidate will teach at least two lab sections in the fall semester and the lecture portion of the course in the spring semester, and will coordinate the lab sections in both the fall and spring semesters. Lab coordination will include purchasing and maintaining lab materials, prepping for experiments, maintaining teaching equipment, and training and overseeing graduate students serving as teaching assistants for this course and perhaps others. The candidate will also serve as an academic advisor for a portion of the department’s undergraduates and has the potential to teach additional course based on specific expertise and interests. The successful candidate must be able to work with students, faculty, and administrators as well as possess excellent public speaking, writing, and interpersonal skills.
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Lecturer (Ecosystem Health)

The Department of Environmental Science & Technology seeks candidates for a 9-month Lecturer position to: teach undergraduate courses, serve as an academic advisor for our undergraduate program, and contribute to the on-going enhancement and innovation of teaching and administration in our undergraduate office. Approximately 50% of the duties involve teaching undergraduate courses. Other primary responsibilities will include course development, undergraduate advising, coordinating undergraduate non-curricular events, and providing courteous service to students, parents, and the campus community. The candidate must work well with students, faculty, and administrators and possess excellent public speaking, writing, and interpersonal skills. 
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