The Arizona Science Center (ASC) is seeking a young physicist who can be a leader in the field of quantum physics.
The college of engineering at the University of Arizona is seeking applications for a full-time physics professor and a part-time student-teacher position.
The ASC also is looking for a physics graduate student.
The bachelor’s degree is a bachelor’s in science.
The degree is based on four courses taken at the college.
The bachelor’s will be required to complete a program at the College of Engineering at the Arizona State University.
The physics degree must be completed by June 1.
The ASC has a full online application and interviews are available at the ASC website.
The candidate must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident and have a minimum of six years of experience in physics at a major U. S. research institution.
The candidate must also be able to speak English fluently.
The position requires an active and passionate student-faculty relationship.
The hiring manager will review a candidate’s work history, including research projects, research papers, graduate courses, publications, and professional development.
The hiring manager also will provide feedback on the candidate’s performance and work ethic.
The role of a physics professor will involve teaching students, supervising student-staff and students, and participating in student-workgroup interactions with students.
The faculty member will be responsible for leading the physics graduate program.
The job title and responsibilities will require the student to teach students in a laboratory environment in the ASCE Center for Quantum Computation.
The role will include mentoring and teaching students as they progress through the undergraduate and graduate programs in physics and quantum mechanics.
The Physics Department at ASCE is a center of excellence in the study of the fundamentals of quantum mechanics, which are fundamental to the understanding of the nature of matter and energy.
The program of study, physics, and research focus on fundamental concepts in the theory of quantum gravity and general relativity.
The school also is involved in research and education, including the International Center for Physics and the Center for the Study of Physics in Japan.ASCE has approximately 100 students in its undergraduate physics program.
In the graduate physics program, approximately 80 students work on projects in a collaborative environment.