The following is an exciting opportunity to join limnology and other research programs at Uppsala University:
10 OPEN TENURE-TRACK POSITIONS AS ASSOCIATE SENIOR LECTURER IN UPPSALA
(equivalent to tenure-track Assistant Professor)
The Faculty of Science and Technology at Uppsala University makes a unique effort by seeking 10 junior scientists at the very foremost international level within science and technology. The positions are open to any direction of research and can be placed at any of our 10 Departments. Excellence and potential in research and teaching are the prime selection criteria. Each position comes with a significant start up package. To be eligible, applicants must have received their doctoral degree no more than 7 years before the application deadline, which is June 23, 2013.
More information about the positions and research in science and technology in Uppsala can be found at http://teknat.uu.se/forskning/oppna-lektorat/
Information about the limnology program can be found at http://www.ebc.uu.se/forskning/IEG/limno , or by contacting prof. Lars Tranvik at firstname.lastname@example.org
More information about Uppsala University can be found at http://www.uu.se
Full announcement including how to apply is available at http://www.uu.se/jobb/teacher/annonsvisning?tarContentId=242814&languageId=1
Uppsala University is the oldest university in Scandinavia and is ranked among the top-100 universities in the world. It is a complete university with all three major disciplinary domains and 10 different Faculties represented. The Faculty of Science and Technology has excellent infrastructure and laboratory facilities at dedicated campus areas where the working atmosphere is truly international, with regular recruitment of PhD students, post-docs and faculty from abroad.
Uppsala is a vibrant student town conveniently situated close to Stockholm (and even closer to Stockholm Arlanda airport) with beautiful and easy accessible surroundings. Living in Sweden is often considered easy, for example, with a strongly developed social security system.