Saturday, May 26, 2018

[DMANET] Faculty Search Abroad: Indian Institute of Technology Jammu, India

*Faculty Search Abroad *

Indian Institute of Technology Jammu (IIT Jammu) invites applications from
Indian Nationals, Persons of Indian Origins (PIOs), Overseas Citizens of
India (OCIs), and Foreign Nationals with proven academic credentials and
who have a passion for teaching and research, for faculty positions at the
level of *Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor (Grade I &
II) and Visiting Professor* in the following disciplines:

Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Computer Science &
Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Humanities & Social Science, Material
Science & Engineering, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, and Physics.

Applicants should hold a Ph.D. degree in one of the above
disciplines. Industry experience and/or post-doctoral experience is highly
desirable. Candidates must have a passion for excellence in both research
and teaching.

*IIT Jammu team shall be available for Faculty Search in Germany and USA
during June 2018. *

The venue is to be finalized shortly and shall be shared with the
shortlisted candidates via their registered email IDs. For the faculty
search-cum-selection committee interaction, the shortlisted candidates will
be required to give an e-seminar (skype) *from May 25 onwards till June 15*.
Candidates shortlisted at this stage will be invited for interaction with
the faculty search-cum-selection committee in *Chicago* - travel will be
reimbursed (up to the limit of USD 500 on the production of receipts)
or in *HPI,
Potsdam, Germany*.

*Detailed Advertisement*

Application submission starts on May 25, 2018, 05:00 pm IST.

Last date of online application submission: June 15, 2018, 05 pm IST.

For online application submission please visit: *
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