Job position for phycology area – Department of Aquaculture at National Taiwan Ocean University

The Department of Aquaculture at National Taiwan Ocean University (NTOU) is seeking candidates whose research interest involves phycology for Assistant, Associate or Full Professor.
NTOU is a comprehensive university with a unique maritime focus. The university has six colleges, housing a total of 29 undergraduate departments and graduate institutes. The faculty members of the department of Aquaculture are actively engaged in cutting-edge researches, including aquaculture ecology, genetic breeding and physiology, high-nutrition feed and live feed, fish pathology and microbiology, fish immunology and vaccine development, management and system analysis, and marine biotechnology.
Qualification: The successful candidates for Assistant Professorship will have a PhD with strong postdoctoral records (or equivalent work experience). Candidates will develop an independent, cutting-edge research program in the field of phycology. Candidates will also have an interest in teaching at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Proficiency in teaching in English is strongly favored.
For consideration, please send the following documents and official application forms, which can be downloaded from our website: applicant’s basic information (Form 1), publication evaluation form (Form 2), a list of courses to be offered (Form 3), a comprehensive CV, certificates of academic degrees and employments, reprints of publications, two recommendation letters, a statement of research and teaching plan, official transcripts (MS and PhD), and any other supporting documents.
Please mail in a hard copy of the above documents along with a CD containing digital copies of these documents (except recommendation letters).
Submission deadline: July 15, 2016
Mail Address: Department of Aquaculture, National Taiwan Ocean University.
2 Beining Rd., Jhongjheng District, Keelung City 20224, Taiwan
Telephone: 886-2-24622192 ext5201~5203 (Ms. YJ Lin)
Note : Please email to Ms. Lin ( to request English official application forms.

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