Postdoctoral Researcher in Aqueous Geochemistry/Hydrothermal Systems
The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities seeks applicants for a post-doctoral position in aqueous geochemistry. The successful candidate will assist with development and application of new analytical instrumentation (ICP-MS) and participate in studies involving mineral-fluid interaction at a wide range of chemical and physical conditions, with implications for the chemical evolution of the ocean. The position requires a Ph.D. in geochemistry or related fields. Familiarity with laboratory research, computer modeling, and experience with mineral solubility studies is beneficial. This is a one-year appointment with the likely possibility of renewal based upon performance and ongoing operational needs. Please visit the research group website:
For questions regarding the position please contact Dr. Seyfried (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Candidates must apply online at http://humanresources.umn.edu/jobs; Job Posting ID Number: 336619*; and must submit CV/Resume and a Cover Letter. Recommended but not required are Statement of Research Interests and Names of Three References.
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PhD in earth, environmental, geochemistry, or related science.
Internal Number: 336619
About University of Minnesota
The Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences is a vibrant interdisciplinary department whose faculty’s research ranges from paleoclimate to deep earth dynamics. The Department is in the N.H. Winchell School of Earth & Environmental Sciences (www.esci.umn.edu), which also includes the Institute for Rock Magnetism, Continental Scientific Drilling Facility, Minnesota Geological Survey, and Polar Geospatial Center. Other affiliated research units at the University include the Saint Anthony Falls Laboratory and the Institute on the Environment.