FW: posting of director of reactor/faculty position

Worlton, Thomas tgworlton at anl.gov
Tue Apr 17 18:22:53 CDT 2001

Faculty Position Announcement

Director, Nuclear Reactor Program
Department of Nuclear Engineering
North Carolina State University

The Nuclear Reactor Program of the Department of Nuclear Engineering seeks
qualified applicants for the position of Director.  This is a combined
administrative and faculty position.  The successful candidate is expected
to have credentials to qualify for a tenure track or tenured position at
the rank of Associate or Full Professor of Nuclear Engineering.  The
Director is responsible for the long-range development of the nuclear
reactor program and for providing leadership in evaluating new service and
research applications for the one megawatt PULSTAR reactor, in generating
support for needed capital investment and facility development, and in
interfacing with researchers. Supporting staff manage the day-to-day
operation of the facility.  Faculty duties include teaching undergraduate
and graduate courses, and developing and conducting sponsored research.  A
PhD degree in Nuclear Engineering or a related field with a minimum of
eight years of relevant experience is required.  Preference will be given
to an individual with demonstrated experience in experimental neutron
science, reactor physics, or radiation applications utilizing a research
reactor.  The department offers BS, MS, MNE, and PhD degrees with a faculty
of 12 having research interests spanning radiation applications,
radiological engineering, fusion and applied plasma physics, and fission
engineering.  Interested applicants should send a resume along with the
names of three references and a letter describing plans for teaching,
research and reactor facility development to:
Chair, NRP Director Search Committee
Department of Nuclear Engineering
P.O. Box 7909
North Carolina State University
Raleigh NC 27695-7909
Applications are requested by 1 May 2001, but will be accepted until the
position is filled.  Individuals with disabilities desiring accommodations
in the application process should contact Ms. Kim Pettaway: 919-515-1464;
fax: 919-515-5115; e-mail: knpettaw at ncsu.edu.  North Carolina State
University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

				John G. Gilligan
				Associate Dean for Research and
					Graduate Programs
				Professor of Nuclear Engineering
				College of Engineering
				Box 7901
				North Carolina State University
				919/515-3939, fax 919/515-7951

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