The Department of Physics at Yale University invites applications for a faculty position in theoretical physics. The successful candidate must have a Ph.D., or equivalent degree, at time of hire and is expected to lead an internationally recognized research program at the forefront of any area of theoretical physics, and to teach effectively at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Yale provides an engaging and vibrant research environment with many opportunities to interact and collaborate with outstanding theoretical and experimental colleagues across all subfields of physics and beyond.
An appointment beginning July 1, 2019 at the Assistant Professor level is expected, but exceptional senior candidates may be considered, pending administrative review. Applicants are encouraged to apply online at http://apply.interfolio.com/55554 and must submit a letter of application, curriculum vita, publication list, a brief description of proposed research, a teaching statement, and a diversity statement. Applicants should also arrange for 3 letters of recommendation to be uploaded to the same URL (which can happen only after the applicant has created a dossier through Interfolio). For further information about the position, contact Professor Simon Mochrie, Professor Jack Harris, co-Chairs of the Theoretical Physics Search Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com) or Professor Paul Tipton, Chair of the Physics Department (firstname.lastname@example.org). Applications that are complete by November 17, 2018 will be assured of full consideration. Yale is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Yale values diversity among its students, staff, and faculty and strongly welcomes applications from women, persons with disabilities, protected veterans, and underrepresented minorities.
About Yale University
The Department of Physics offers studies in a wide range of fields leading to Baccalaureate and Doctoral degrees. The Department has a diverse faculty pool with the majority of professors having their primary appointment in the Physics Department. The specific interests of the Department’s faculty members fall into several areas of research.