The Mathematics Department at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, invites applications for one or more tenure-track positions in Operations Research, to begin as early as the fall semester of 2023.
The Mathematics Department is the largest department at the Academy, with 37 civilians with PhD’s and 23 military officers with advanced degrees. The department offers majors in Operations Research, Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, and Mathematics with Economics. Faculty members receive full federal government service benefits. Additional information about the department and the United States Naval Academy is available at www.usna.edu/MathDept/index.php.
The Navy and Marine Corps have a great need for officers with problem-solving capabilities. The preparation that Operations Research majors receive in studying problems analytically and in pursuing logical solutions is invaluable in nuclear training, in advanced engineering, and in the fleet. Successful completion of the Operations Research major provides the background and skills to excel in areas where Operations Research is applied. We are looking for qualified applicants who can help midshipmen fulfill these goals.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Teaching approximately 9 contact hours per semester with small section sizes (10-25 students) and 2-4 preparations per academic year.
Conducting and publishing peer-reviewed research.
Mentoring undergraduate research projects.
Service to the institution and department consistent with standards in the academic profession.
This is a 10-month federal excepted service position. Salary for this position will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
For more information and how to apply visit: https://www.usna.edu/HRO/jobinfo/Tenure-track-MathOR-AY23.php
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