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Contact's full name:Annette Mann
Title:Committee Coordinator
Organization:UNLV
 4505 South Maryland Parkway, Campus Box 451003
 
 Las Vegas NV 89154-1003
 
Phone:702-895-2088
Fax:
Email:annette.mann@unlv.edu
Website:
Description:UNLV is excited to be hiring for a permanent position beginning in 2017. Here is our hiring announcement, followed by the usual disclosure form. If you have questions about the position, please don't hesitate to contact me. (terrill.pollman@unlv.edu) Or if you'd like to chat about the job, you can also look for Linda Berger, Linda Edwards, Lori Johnson,Terry Pollman or Rebecca Scharf at the LWI conference in Portland. We are excited to be looking for a new colleague and would love to talk to you.

Here is our ad:

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, LAS VEGAS--WILLIAM S. BOYD SCHOOL OF LAW invites applications from entry-levels and laterals. The Boyd School of Law is a leading public law school with a reputation for a strong commitment to scholarship and teaching. The law school's state-of-the-art facilities are located in the center of the UNLV campus. UNLV is the state's largest comprehensive doctoral degree granting institution, including a new medical school. Applicants for law school faculty positions should submit a letter of interest along with a detailed resume, at least three professional references, and cites or links to published works. We anticipate hiring as many as three new faculty colleagues, although of course the number of available positions is contingent on funding. We invite applications from scholars in all subject areas, and are especially interested in deepening our strengths in the areas of Criminal Law, Business/Commercial Law, Health Law, and Legal Writing. We are also especially interested in hearing from professors who are interested in teaching a clinic. With respect to our clinics and legal writing program, please note that UNLV has a unified tenure track; accordingly, professors who teach clinics or legal writing have all of the privileges and scholarly expectations that are associated with tenure. Applications are considered on a rolling basis, and appointments would likely begin with the 2017-2018 academic year.

Contact: Please send application materials to the Appointments Committee Coordinator, Ms. Annette Mann, Faculty Appointments Committee, UNLV--Boyd School of Law, 4505 South Maryland Parkway--Campus Box 451003, Las Vegas, NV 89154-1003 or by email to annette.mann@unlv.edu. Members of the Appointments Committee are Thomas Main (chair), Michael Kagan, Terry Pollman, Jeff Stempel, Jean Sternlight, and Stacey Tovino.

UNLV is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity educator and employer committed to excellence through diversity.
Position Type:tenure
Faculty Vote:Yes
Salary:90+k
Students
Per Semester:
36-40
Submission Deadline:2017-01-01

Contact's full name:Joel Atlas
Title:Director, The Lawyering Program
Organization:Cornell Law School
 Myron Taylor Hall
 
 Ithaca NY 14853
 
Phone:(607) 255-2000
Fax:
Email:jba23@cornell.edu
Website:http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/academics/lawyeringprogram/
Description:The Lawyering Program at Cornell Law School seeks candidates for a full-time position commencing in the 2017-18 academic year. The year-long Lawyering course introduces first-year students to lawyering skills, with primary emphasis on legal writing, analysis, and research. Lawyering faculty collaborate to ensure a uniform core curriculum, but they retain substantial academic freedom. Law librarians teach the research component of the course.Lawyering faculty teach one section of the Lawyering course and, after two years, also teach an upper-level, skills-related course.Positions in the program are not tenure track but are eligible for long-term renewal. Entry-level faculty start with a three-year contract (eligible for renewal for another three years) and after six years are eligible for renewable, five-year contracts. The Dean may provide summer grants to faculty to work on individual and collective projects. Benefits are competitive and include a budget for research and travel. Applicants must have a J.D., excellent academic credentials, a strong writing background, and substantial legal-practice experience (a minimum of three years is strongly preferred). Teaching experience is also preferred. We encourage applications from those whose background and experience would add to the diversity of the faculty. Applicants should mail (hard copies only) a cover letter, resume, law-school transcript, the names of three references, and two writing samples to Joel Atlas, Director, The Lawyering Program, Cornell Law School, Myron Taylor Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853. The closing date for applications is September 30, 2016. We intend to interview candidates at the AALS recruitment conference in Washington, D.C., in October 2016.
Position Type:long-term
Faculty Vote:Yes
Salary:80-89k
Students
Per Semester:
31-35
Submission Deadline:2016-09-30

Contact's full name:Mark Spiegel
Title:Professor of Law
Organization:Boston College Law School
 885 Centre Street
 
 Newton MA 02459
 
Phone:617-552-4326
Fax:
Email:lrrwsearch@bc.edu
Website:
Description:Boston College Law School invites applications for a full-time legal writing faculty position to teach Law Practice 1 and Law Practice 2. Law Practice 1, a graded three-credit course, uses simulated problems to teach professional skills in legal problem solving, including legal analysis, legal research, and oral and written communication. Law Practice 2, a graded two-credit course, focuses on development of legal writing skills.

Candidates must have a degree from an accredited law school, excellent writing and analytical skills, a strong academic record, and experience in law practice or a judicial clerkship. Teaching experience is preferred. The position, which will begin August 1, 2017, may lead to a form of security reasonably similar to tenure. A tenure track appointment may be possible, depending on qualifications and experience of the successful candidate.

Boston College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, religion, ancestry, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, or any other classification protected under federal, state or local law. We strongly encourage women, minorities and others who would enrich the diversity of our academic community to apply. To learn more about how BC supports diversity and inclusion throughout the university please visit the Office of Institutional Diversity at http://www.bc.edu/offices/diversity. Boston College Law School, part of a Jesuit, Catholic university, is located in Newton, Massachusetts, just outside Boston.

To apply, please send a statement of interest and resume with three references by email to Professor Mark Spiegel at lrrwsearch@bc.edu. Applications will be accepted until November 1, 2016.
Position Type:long-term
Faculty Vote:Yes
Salary:90+k
Students
Per Semester:
41-45
Submission Deadline:2016-11-01

Contact's full name:Professor Michael T. Flannery
Title:Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee
Organization:UALR William H. Bowen School of Law
 1201 McMath Avenue
 72202-5142
 Little Rock AR 72202-5142
 
Phone:501-324-9959
Fax:
Email:Mxflannery@ualr.edu
Website:http://ualr.edu/law/
Description:The University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law seeks applicants for a full-time, tenure-track position to teach in our autonomous Research, Writing and Analysis (RWA) program. The position is available beginning August 2017. The successful candidate will teach two sections of first-year RWA (a six-credit, two-semester course sequence) and periodically may teach other courses. Salary and rank are commensurate with experience. Minimum qualifications are a J.D. from an accredited law school and strong writing and interpersonal skills. Preferred qualifications include outstanding academic credentials, prior teaching experience, and law review or moot court service.

Little Rock is the capital city and largest metropolitan area in Arkansas, boasting extremely affordable housing, cultural attractions, and close proximity to extensive recreational areas. The Bowen School of Law is located in revitalized downtown Little Rock, less than two miles from the state capitol, the federal, state, and county courthouses, the largest law firms in the state, and the Clinton Presidential Library. Housed in a spacious 150,000 square foot, completely renovated building, the law school is situated within the historic Quapaw Quarter, next to MacArthur Park, the MacArthur Museum of Military History, and the Arkansas Arts Center.

Applicants should send a curriculum vitae, together with a cover letter indicating teaching and scholarly interests and three references, to Professor Michael T. Flannery, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, UALR William H. Bowen School of Law, 1201 McMath Avenue, Little Rock, Arkansas 72202-5142, or to Mxflannery@ualr.edu. Applications will be considered until the position is filled. The University of Arkansas at Little Rock, an Equal Opportunity Employer, affirms the values and goals of diversity and strongly encourages the applications of all candidates, including women and candidates from historically under-represented groups.
Position Type:tenure
Faculty Vote:Yes
Salary:80-89k,90+k
Students
Per Semester:
36-40
Submission Deadline:2016-10-15

Contact's full name:Gabriel Eckstein
Title:Chair of the Faculty Appointments Committee
Organization:Texas A&M University School of Law
 1515 Commerce St.
 
 Fort Worth TX 76102
 
Phone:(817) 212-3912
Fax:
Email:appointments@law.tamu.edu
Website:law.tamu.edu
Description:TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW seeks a full-time faculty candidate to fill a tenure-track or contract position in its Legal Analysis, Research, and Writing Program. From its tenure-track positions to its expanded writing center, Texas A&M University School of Law prioritizes legal analysis, research, and writing. Our program consists of eight required credit hours of first year and upper-level specialized drafting courses.

Candidates must have a minimum J.D. degree or its equivalent. Preference will be given to those with demonstrated outstanding scholarly achievement and strong classroom teaching skills.Additionally, while the law school primarily is interested in entry-level candidates, more experienced candidates may be considered to the extent that their qualifications respond to the law school's needs and interests. Texas A&M Law School has a unified tenure track system that requires all tenure-track and tenured faculty to engage in scholarship in addition to teaching and service.

Texas A&M University is a tier one research institution and American Association of Universities member. The university consists of 16 colleges and schools that collectively rank among the top 20 higher education institutions nationwide in terms of research and development expenditures. As part of its commitment to continue building on its tradition of excellence in scholarship, teaching, and public service, Texas A&M acquired the law school from Texas Wesleyan University in August of 2013. Since that time, the law school has embarked on a program of investment that increased its entering class credentials and financial aid budgets,while shrinking the class size; hired nineteen new faculty members, including thirteen prominent lateral hires; improved its physical facility; and substantially increased its career services,admissions, and student services staff.

Texas A&M School of Law is located in the heart of downtown Fort Worth, one of the largest and fastest growing cities in the country. The Fort Worth/Dallas area, with a total population in excess of six million people, offers a low cost of living, a strong economy, and access to world class museums, restaurants, entertainment, and outdoor activities.

As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Texas A&M welcomes applications from a broad spectrum of qualified individuals who will enhance the rich diversity of the university's academic community. Applicants should email a resume; and cover letter indicating research and teaching interests to Professor Gabriel Eckstein, Chair of the Faculty Appointments Committee, at appointments@law.tamu.edu. Alternatively, resumes can be mailed to Professor Eckstein at Texas A&M University School of Law, 1515 Commerce Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76102-6509.
Position Type:tenure
Faculty Vote:Yes
Salary:90+k
Students
Per Semester:
31-35
Submission Deadline:2016-10-01

Contact's full name:John Hertel
Title:Professor
Organization:U.S. Air Force Academy
 Department of Law
 2354 Fairchild Drive
 USAF Academy CO 80840
 
Phone:719-333-2832
Fax:
Email:john.hertel@usafa.edu
Website:http://www.usafa.edu/df/dfl/?catname=dfl
Description:The Department of Law anticipates filling a full-time 12-month Assistant Professor of Law position, beginning approximately 26 June 2017. The person hired can expect to teach Legal Research, Writing, and Advocacy. These gateway courses introduce Legal Studies majors to the research and communication skills needed to effectively advocate a position. They are similar to typical 1L research and writing courses in law school, except taught at the undergraduate level.

The successful applicant will also teach the core (required) course, Law for Air Force Officers, a survey course covering topics such as criminal and constitutional law, law of armed conflict, jurisprudence, and legal tools of military discipline. The person selected may also teach upper-level law courses as part of the Legal Studies major.

For a complete listing of courses please visit the Department of Law webpage: http://www.usafa.edu/df/dfl/?catname=dfl In lieu of tenure, presumptive re-appointments of up to four years in length are possible and will be based upon an assessment of performance, Air Force and departmental needs, and financial constraints. Over 90% of faculty are reappointed after their initial appointment. Duties will also include scholarship and service on committees related to the curriculum and the academic mission of the Academy. Academic promotions to associate and full professor are available based upon records of teaching, scholarship, and service. Faculty members will be expected to be in the office for a full duty day to be available to cadets and to participate in a variety of cadet activities in addition to teaching.

A Juris Doctorate degree from an American Bar Association accredited law school and a minimum of five years full-time teaching at the undergraduate or graduate level are required. Applicants will be assessed based on teaching credentials, scholarship, service, and education. Candidates with demonstrated experience in course and curriculum development and assessment, as well as experience teaching and mentoring students in legal research and writing are highly desirable. The United States Air Force Academy (USAFA), located just north of Colorado Springs, Colorado, is an undergraduate institution that awards the Bachelor of Science degree as part of its mission to educate, train, and inspire men and women to become officers of character, motivated to lead in the United States Air Force and in service to our nation. Faculty applications are invited from candidates who can contribute to this mission by interacting with cadets, both in and out of the classroom, as instructors and mentors. The student body consists of approximately 4,000 men and women representing every state and several foreign countries. The Academy faculty is an integrated group of military and civilian educators. The curriculum includes core academic and professional courses, and 27 disciplinary and interdisciplinary majors. The Department of Law is composed of 18 military and civilian attorneys and a small administrative staff.

How to Apply: Application instructions and further information is at www.usajobs.gov Type "Professor" in the Keyword box and "USAF Academy" in the Location box and click "Search." You must submit your application so that it will be received by the closing date of the announcement, Wednesday, October 19, 2016. Faxed, emailed or incomplete applications WILL NOT be accepted or considered--no exceptions.
Position Type:1-4 years
Faculty Vote:Yes
Salary:90+k
Students
Per Semester:
46-50
Submission Deadline:2016-10-19

Contact's full name:Eric Berger
Title:Associate Dean and Professor of Law
Organization:University of Nebraska College of Law
 Ross McCollum Hall
 
 Lincoln NE 68583
 
Phone:402-472-1251
Fax:
Email:eric.berger@unl.edu
Website:http://law.unl.edu/
Description:The UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA COLLEGE OF LAW invites applications for entry-level and lateral candidates for a tenure-track faculty position to direct and teach in its Legal Research and Writing Program.

The position may also include teaching a classroom law school course depending on the candidate's interest and experience.

Minimum Required Qualifications: J.D Degree or Equivalent, Superior Academic Record, Demonstrated Interest in Relevant Substantive Areas. Title of Asst/Assoc/or Full Professor will be based on qualifications of applicant. General information about the Law College is available at http://law.unl.edu/.

Please fill out the University application, which can be found at http://employment.unl.edu/postings/50662,and upload a CV, a cover letter, and a list of references. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is committed to a pluralistic campus community through affirmative action, equal opportunity, work-life balance, and dual careers. See http://www.unl.edu/equity/notice-nondiscrimination. Review of applications will begin on August 26, 2016 and continue until the position is filled. If you have questions, please contact Associate Dean Eric Berger, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, University of Nebraska College of Law, Lincoln, NE 68583-0902, or send an email to lawappointments@unl.edu.
Position Type:tenure
Faculty Vote:Yes
Salary:90+k
Students
Per Semester:
<30
Submission Deadline:2016-09-30

Contact's full name:Robert Volk
Title:Director, Lawyering Program, Associate Professor
Organization:Boston University School of Law
 765 Commonwealth Avenue
 
 Boston MA 02215
 us
Phone:6173533156
Fax:6173582968
Email:rvolk@bu.edu
Website:
Description:LECTURER, LAWYERING PROGRAM

BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, a top-tier law school with an international reputation, is a community of leading legal scholars, teachers, students and alumni, dedicated to providing one of the finest legal educations in the world. Since our doors opened in 1872, we have welcomed qualified men and women, without regard to background or belief. The breadth and depth of our curriculum and scholarship as well as our innovative spirit are distinctive in American legal education.

Boston University School of Law is seeking exceptionally qualified and experienced candidates for full-time positions as Lecturers in our Lawyering Program with an anticipated start date of July 1, 2017. The Lawyering Program is a new two-semester course replacing our current First Year Legal Writing Program. Lecturers will be responsible for teaching the required first year Lawyering course that will cover legal reasoning, legal writing, oral advocacy, and lawyering skills. Lecturers will also teach in our one-week Lawyering Lab during January intercession. It is anticipated that each Lecturer will teach thirty-five to forty students a semester in the Lawyering Program, divided into two sections. Each section of the course will be assigned two upper-class Writing Fellows, who will work with the students as they draft their assignments. In addition to teaching, Lecturer responsibilities include helping to develop persuasive and objective writing assignments and simulations, conducting individual student conferences, training and judging students in oral advocacy, coaching moot court teams, and providing individual feedback on students' written work.

These Lecturer positions are non-tenure track appointments to a one or two year initial contract, with the possibility of successive appointments. Candidates must have a degree from an accredited law school, excellent writing and analytical skills, and a strong academic record. Legal writing teaching, and legal practice or clerkship experiences are preferred.

Boston University School of Law is committed to faculty diversity and welcomes expressions of interest from diverse applicants.

Applicants should send a letter of interest, resume, and a list of three references to Professor Robert Volk, Boston University School of Law, 765 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02215. Email applications are encouraged and should be sent to lawappts@bu.edu. We request that applications be submitted by October 1, 2016; however, we will continue to accept applications after October 1 until the position is filled.

To learn more about the law school, visit our website at www.bu.edu/law.
Position Type:1-4 years
Faculty Vote:No
Salary:80-89k
Students
Per Semester:
36-40
Submission Deadline:2016-10-01

Contact's full name:Rebecca Lee
Title:Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee
Organization:Thomas Jefferson School of Law
 1155 Island Avenue
 
 San Diego CA 92101
 
Phone:619-297-9700
Fax:
Email:facrecruit@tjsl.edu
Website:www.tjsl.edu
Description:THOMAS JEFFERSON SCHOOL OF LAW invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position to begin in the 2017-18 academic year. We are seeking entry-level and experienced applicants with a particular interest in teaching legal writing. Applicants should have a distinguished academic record and a record of or potential for significant achievement as scholars and teachers. Members of minority groups and others whose backgrounds will contribute to the diversity of the faculty are especially encouraged to apply.

Thomas Jefferson School of Law is an independent, fully ABA-approved, AALS member law school located in San Diego, California. The school occupies an eight story, state-of-the-art facility in the East Village neighborhood of downtown San Diego. Our dynamic, collegial, and diverse faculty, which includes 33 full-time faculty members, is highly prolific, having authored more than 70 books and 600 law review articles.

Applicants should send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and any supporting materials by e-mail to FacRecruit@tjsl.edu, addressed to Rebecca Lee, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, with the subject line: FAC, followed by your name.
Position Type:tenure
Faculty Vote:Yes
Salary:90+k
Students
Per Semester:
46-50
Submission Deadline:2016-10-15

Contact's full name:Craig T. Smith
Title:Clinical Professor and Assistant Dean
Organization:University of North Carolina School of Law
 Campus Box 3380
 
 Chapel Hill NC 27599-3380
 
Phone:919-962-7059
Fax:
Email:crgsmith@email.unc.edu
Website:
Description:The UNC School of Law seeks to hire a full-time clinical faculty member to start in summer 2017. The person hired will generally teach two sections of two graded, three-credit, first-year courses: Research, Reasoning, Writing, and Advocacy (RRWA) I and II. Each section will have about 17 students, and each semester a professor starts fresh with different students. The person hired will likely have opportunities periodically to substitute a different course and, accordingly, to teach three rather than four RRWA sections in a year. The person hired will join the School of Law's nine-person Writing and Learning Resources Center (WLRC) (http://www.law.unc.edu/academics/wlrc). The WLRC is expanding because one member (Jon McClanahan) is now an associate dean and other members are increasingly teaching outside the first-year curriculum. Our experienced team is collaborative and creative. For example:

--We teach writing---and closely related skills---in ways that integrate research strategy, citation literacy, and professionalism
--We use an innovative textbook written by our colleague Alexa Chew and our former colleague (and now professional writer) Katie Rose Guest Pryal: The Complete Legal Writer (Carolina Academic Press 2016). The book pioneers a genre-discovery approach that promotes student autonomy by linking sample documents with clear explanations and teaching a systematic process for learning to write unfamiliar legal documents.
--WLRC members also provide some academic support and counseling in various ways.

Candidates must have a J.D., bar admission, and practice or clerkship experience. Candidates should have an outstanding academic record, the ability and desire to work collaboratively on an established team, and experience or demonstrated potential in teaching. A strong plus is additional experience or degrees in education, counseling, or academic excellence work. The individuals hired receive an initial three year, nine month appointment subject to long term contract renewal.

Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. Applications must be submitted electronically at http://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/105835. Applications should include a resume or curriculum vitae, a letter of application, and contact information for four references. Confidential inquiries are welcome; contact Professor Craig Smith, Assistant Dean for the Writing and Learning Resources Center, at 919.962.7059 or crgsmith@email.unc.edu. For more information about School of Law, visit www.law.unc.edu.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.
Position Type:long-term
Faculty Vote:Yes
Salary:80-89k
Students
Per Semester:
31-35
Submission Deadline:2017-01-31

Contact's full name:Craig Hoffman
Title:Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives
Organization:Georgetown University Law Center
 600 New Jersey Ave. NW
 
 Washington DC 20001
 
Phone:202-662-9531
Fax:
Email:hoffmanc@law.georgetown.edu
Website:
Description:Responsibilities & Qualifications:
English as a Second Language (ESL) Fellow -- Graduate Legal Writing Program

In 2012, about 245 foreign LL.M. and S.J.D. students came to study at Georgetown from 70 different countries. Georgetown Law's Graduate Legal Writing Program offers a wide range of classes and workshops to help our foreign LL.M. and S.J.D students refine their abilities to communicate in English about the law. The Two-Year LL.M. with a Certificate in Legal English offers a full two-semester curriculum for students who want to focus on improving their Legal English language skills before entering the regular LL.M. Program.

The ESL Fellow teaches advanced academic English to foreign lawyer working on post-graduate law degrees, and with international J.D. students if assigned. The ESL Fellow, reporting to the Program Director, has duties that include but are not limited to:
-Assists in administering the programs of the Language Center.
-Facilitates small group and tutorial work.
-Carries out individual tutorial work.
-Teaches in the Summer Legal English Program.
-Assists with teaching in the Two-Year LLM Program.

Requirements:
-J.D. degree and/or Ph.D. in the field of applied linguistics, English as a second language, cross-cultural communication or a similar area
-At least 3 years--preferably 5 years--of experience teaching English to international graduate students
-Preference for aspiration to expand his/her teaching repertoire to include ESP in academic English and cross-cultural communication in a legal context
-Preference for experience in legal research & writing experience and/or experience teaching academic English to foreign students, as well as an interest in working with foreign lawyers

EEO Statement:
Georgetown University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer fully dedicated to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, marital status, protected veteran status, disability or other categories protected by law.

Please apply by submitting your application to the following link: https://jobs.georgetown.edu/PD.php?posNo=20160877
Position Type:1-2 year fellowship
Faculty Vote:No
Salary:50-59k
Students
Per Semester:
36-40
Submission Deadline:2016-10-31

Contact's full name:Linda B. Puertas
Title:Director of Academic Skills, Visiting Asst. Prof.
Organization:University of California, Irvine, School of Law
 401 E. Peltason Drive
 
 Irvine CA 92697
 
Phone:949-824-3850
Fax:
Email:lpuertas@law.uci.edu
Website:www.law.uci.edu
Description:UCI Law is continuing to build its dynamic Academic Skills Program. We are recruiting for an Assistant/Associate Director of Academic Skills. The successful candidate's start date is flexible, anytime between now and summer of 2017.

We are looking for an experienced instructor who is able to teach Academic Skills courses in the curriculum, as well as work with students individually and in small groups. The courses include an upper-division Written Legal Analysis course, Legal Analysis of Evidence, and/or Legal Analysis and Writing for Practice.

Applicants can access AP Recruit by following this link:
https://recruit.ap.uci.edu/apply/JPF03611
Anyone who is interested in being considered for the position should formally apply through this link.
Position Type:1-4 years
Faculty Vote:No
Salary:80-89k,90+k
Students
Per Semester:
<30
Submission Deadline:2016-10-20