Applications are invited for permanent and visiting professorship positions at any level (assistant, associate, or full professor) in the Department of Mathematics at Brigham Young University. The department has a strong commitment to undergraduate education and has a substantial doctoral program. For fall 2013 the Department of Mathematics at Brigham Young University is hiring for 2 permanent positions at any level. We also invite applications for visiting positions.
Qualifications: PhD in mathematics; demonstrated excellence in teaching; demonstrated ability to conduct high quality mathematical research.
Responsibilities: Teaching mathematics at the undergraduate and graduate level; conducting independent research; mentoring students at the PhD, master's, and undergraduate levels; supporting university, college, and department goals and missions.
Candidates will be evaluated on evidence of excellent teaching and potential to make significant research contributions. Review of applications will begin upon receipt with preference given to applications received before November 15, 2012, and will continue until the positions are filled. Preference is given to qualified candidates who are members in good standing of the affiliated church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
To apply: No paper submission is needed unless you are unable to submit electronically. Applicants must include the following to be submitted at mathjobs.org: cover letter, curriculum vitae, at least 4 letters of recommendation, one of which should address teaching ability, a research statement, and a teaching statement. Reference letters should be asked to submit their letters to mathjobs.org.
In addition, Brigham Young University requires all applicants to register at http://yjobs.byu.edu. At this site you should first click on the link "Search Postings".
The department consists of 35 tenured or tenure-track faculty with research interests including algebraic geometry, applied mathematics, combinatorial and geometric group theory, combinatorics, dynamical systems, geometry, matrix theory, number theory, numerical analysis, partial differential equations, and topology. For further information on the department see our home page.
If you have any difficulty with the application process or if you have additional questions, please call or email Lonette Stoddard (lonettesmath [dot] byu [dot] edu, 801-422-2062). Or you may write toSearch Committee Department of Mathematics 275 TMCB Brigham Young University Provo, Utah 84602-6539
Brigham Young University, an equal opportunity employer, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, age, national origin, veteran status, or against qualified individuals with disabilities. All faculty are required to abide by the university's Honor Code and Dress and Grooming Standards. Successful candidates are expected to support and contribute to the academic and religious missions of the university within the context of the principles and doctrine of the affiliated church.