Job Market

This list is compiled by the Office of Academic Human Resources. For more
complete descriptions of these positions, consult the list in Swanlund
Administration Building during regular business hours. Any other
information may be obtained from the person indicated in the listing. 

Faculty
Agricultural Engineering. Assistant professor, soil and water engineering.
PhD in agricultural engineering (soil/water engineering) or related field
with special interest in subsurface water quality/management. Available
Aug. 21. L.E. Bode, 333-3570. Closing date: April 15.

Center for Prevention Research and Development (Institute of Government and
Public Affairs). Research associate, research focus on high-risk children
and families. Available immediately. Nancy Flowers, 1002 W. Nevada, Urbana.
Closing date: Feb. 10.

Chancellor, Office of. Vice chancellor for research and professor. PhD with
experience and leadership qualities. Available Aug. 21. Jane Liu, c/o
Richard Wilson, 333-4238. Closing date: March 1.

Curriculum and Instruction. Faculty (rank open), bilingual education. PhD
in education or related field. Available Aug. 21. Georgia Garcia or Bernard
Spodek, 244-8061. Closing date: March 15.

General Engineering. Faculty (rank open), engineering design. PhD in
engineering or related field. Available Aug. 21. Thomas Conry, 333-2730.
Closing date: March 15.

Human Resources and Family Studies. Assistant professor, extension
specialist in adult life and aging. PhD in gerontology, aging studies,
human development, family studies or related field, and experience/ability
to develop community-based programs required. Available Aug. 21. Donald
Layman, 333-3829. Closing date: Feb. 1.

Kinesiology. Assistant professor, 2 positions - exercise physiology, motor
learning/control, pedagogy. PhD. Available Aug. 21. Edward McAuley,
333-6487. Closing date: Feb. 18.

Leisure Studies. Assistant or associate professor, recreation extension
specialist. PhD in resource based recreation. Available Aug. 21. Search
committee, 333-4410. Closing date: Feb. 15.

Music. Assistant professor, oboe. Artist/teacher of established reputation
with graduate degree in oboe performance or equivalent in professional
experience. Available Aug. 21. Don V Moses, 244-2676. Closing date: Jan.
29.

Physics. Assistant professor, condensed matter theory. PhD. Availability
date negotiable. David Campbell, 333-3760. Closing date: April 15.
President, Office of the. Vice president for academic affairs and
professor. PhD or equivalent with strong record of teaching/research with
strong communication skills and understanding of academic culture.
Available summer 1994. Robert Wedgeworth, 333-3493. Closing date: Feb. 15.

Veterinary Biosciences. Head of department and professor. DVM and/or PhD
with record to qualify for tenured professional position. Availability date
negotiable. J.E. Hixon, 333-2760. Closing date: Feb. 15.

Veterinary Clinical Medicine. Assistant or associate professor, swine
medicine/swine production medicine. DVM or equivalent with MS and/or PhD
and board certification/eligible in ACVIM or ACT. Starting date negotiable.
Randall Ott, c/o Sheila Voyles, 333-5310. Closing date: Feb. 10.

Veterinary Pathobiology. Clinical assistant professor (nontenure-track) or
assistant professor (tenure-track). DVM or equivalent with ACVP board
certification (or eligible); for appointment as assistant professor, PhD
also essential. Available immediately. M.A. Wallig, 244-0138. Closing date:
April 15.


Academic Professional
Administrative Information Systems and Services (Chicago). Director of
operations. BS with minimum 6 years' experience in data processing
including 3 years of supervisory experience. Available immediately. Maxine
Hayden, 244-5774. Closing date: Feb. 4.

Biotechnology Center (Genetic Engineering Facility). Research specialist in
chemistry. BS in biochemistry, chemistry or related science. Minimum
$19,000. K.-L. Ngai, 333-4695. Closing date: Feb. 4.

Business Affairs, University Office of. Assistant director of business
affairs-business systems. BA/BS with extensive understanding of both
mainframe and microcomputing for use in business applications required,
with significant experience in higher education desired. Available July 1.
L. Rea Jones, 333-6797. Closing date: March 1.

Cell and Structural Biology. Research specialist in life sciences. BS or MS
in biology or biochemistry, or a related field required, with prior
experience with nucleic acids, protein analysis, immunofluorescence, cell
culture preferred. Available immediately. Stephen Kaufman, 333-3521.
Closing date: Friday.

Center for Prevention Research and Development (Institute of Government and
Public Affairs). 1-2 positions depending on funding. Research specialist in
behavioral science. MS/MA with one year's experience or BS/BA with
equivalent experience. Available immediately. Nancy Flowers, 1002 W.
Nevada, Urbana. Closing date: Feb. 10.

Chancellor's Office. Associate chancellor and director of affirmative
action. MA/MS (or equivalent) required (PhD preferred) with demonstrated
ability to perform duties and significant experience working within
academia or comparable institutions. Available Aug. 21. Kathleen Pecknold,
333-6394. Closing date: March 1 or until filled.

Computing and Communications Services Office. Research programmer,
workstation. BS/BA with experience using UNIX workstations required.
Available immediately. Joyce McCabe, 333-8794. Closing date: Jan. 28.

Computing and Communications for the Social Sciences, Office of. BA/BS in
behavioral/social science or related area (MA/PhD preferred) with
experience using mainframe system (CMS and UNIX), SPSS, and SAS required.
Available immediately. Joyce McCabe, 333-8794. Closing date: Feb. 2.

Counseling Center. Clinical counselor. PhD in clinical or counseling
psychology or closely related field, or MSW required with demonstrated
experience/potential to function as generalist counselor. Available July 1.
James Sipich, 333-8360. Closing date: March 25.

Electrical and Computer Engineering. Research programmer (half-time
appointment). MS in electrical engineering or computer science with 5
years' experience. Available immediately. Molly Tracy, 333-9699. Closing
date: Jan. 28.

Foundation, UI. Management methods analyst. BA/BS required with preference
for computer science of MIS with a minimum of 5 years' relevant experience.
Available immediately. Ronald Hermann, 333-0810. Closing date: Feb. 11.

Foundation, UI. Research information specialist. BA/BS and experience with
computerized information systems required (advanced degree preferred).
Available immediately. Ronald Hermann, 333-0810. Closing date: Feb. 1.

Graduate College. Research programmer. MS in computer science, MIS or
related field or BS with 5 years' relevant experience required; experience
with software application design, knowledge of records management, IBM MVS
environment, and familiarity with UIUC data system. Available immediately.
Harvey Stapleton, 333-0034. Closing date: Jan. 31.

Hazardous Waste Research and Information Center. Quality assurance officer.
BS in chemical or equivalent experience in analytical laboratory setting
and familiarity with quality assurance practices. Available Feb. 21. Katie
Day, 333-8940. Closing date: Jan. 28.

Illini Union. Media communications specialist. BA in graphic design or
related field (MA preferred) with minimum 2 years' relevant experience.
Available immediately. Sara Kelley, 333-2714. Closing date: Feb. 28.

Law. Director of legal writing. JD required. Available July 1. William
Goodman, 333-6623. Closing date: Feb. 21.

McKinley Health Center. Staff psychiatrist, extended search. MD with
Illinois license and board certification/eligibility in psychiatry.
Starting date negotiable. Lucille Isdale, 333-2711. Closing date: when
filled.

Microbiology. Research specialist in life sciences. BS in microbiology,
biochemistry or molecular biology with experience with bacterial genetic
techniques required; minimum 2 years' laboratory experience preferred.
Available immediately. Carolyn Corn, 333-1737. Closing date: Jan. 21.

Music. Recruitment and admissions counselor. MA in music with experience in
recruiting undergraduate students and familiarity with Illinois high school
music programs required. Available Aug. 21. Don V Moses, 244-2676. Closing
date: March 1.

Planning and Budgeting, University Office for. Resource and policy analyst.
MS with strong background in data collection/assessment, statistical
analysis, and management information with minimum 3 years' professional
experience in relevant area. $30,000-35,000. Available immediately. Judy
McCoy-Lindauer, 333-6600. Closing date: Feb. 4.

Press, UI. Sales manager. BA/BS with substantial book trade or publishing
experience and computer facility. Available immediately. Richard Wentworth,
333-0950. Extended closing date Feb. 26.

Press, UI. Media/communcations specialist, book design. BS/BA in art or
design with 2 years' experience $22,000-30,000. Available immediately.
Larry Slanker, 244-4705. Closing date: Feb. 18.

Rehabilitation Education Services. Supervisor of sensory accommodations and
adaptive technology. MS (PhD preferred) in rehabilitation, special
education, computer-assisted instruction or related field with knowledge of
assistive technologies and ability to implement accommodative services
required. Available May 21. Nancy Mansfield, 333-4600. Closing date: Jan.
31.

Supercomputing Applications, National Center for. Senior research
programmer. BS (MS preferred) in computer science or related field with
minimum 2 years' experience in development of software products and minimum
3 years'experience with C language and UNIX system or Macintosh, or
microsoft windows. Available immediately. NCSA Human Resources Office,
333-6085. Closing date: Feb. 10.

Supercomputing Applications, National Center for. Visiting research
programmer, auditory display system. MA/MS with professional experience in
audio recording, engineering, and production and formal music training
required. Available immediately. NCSA Human Resources Office, 333-6085.
Closing date: Feb. 4.

Supercomputing Applications, National Center for. Research programmer,
computational biology. Search extended. PhD in biology, biophysics,
chemistry or related field (or equivalent expertise) and experience in
computational structural biology and knowledge of FORTRAN required.
Available immediately. NCSA Human Resources Office, 333-6085. Closing date:
Jan. 31.

Supercomputing Applications, National Center for. Research programmer,
numerical simulation. Search extended. MS in biology, biophysics,
chemistry, or related field with knowledge of FORTRAN, experience with UNIX
systems, and extensive background in parallel computing and biology
computing required. Available immediately. NCSA Human Resources Office,
333-6085. Closing date: Jan. 31.

Supercomputing Applications, National Center for. Research programmer,
biological data bases. Search extended. MS in biology, biophysics,
chemistry, or related field with experience in biological data bases,
computational biology data bases, and knowledge of FORTRAN required.
Available immediately. NCSA Human Resources Office, 333-6085. Closing date:
Jan. 31.

Veterinary Biosciences. Associate director, National Animal Poison Control
Center. DVM or equivalent and licensed in at least one state with board
certification in toxicology, diagnostic or clinical toxicology experience
(minimum 1 year), and minimum 1 year's experience in poison control.
Available April 1. William Buck, 
c/o Linda Swett, 333-2053. Closing date: March 15.

Water Survey, Illinois. Technical editor/writer - assistant supportive
scientist. BA in journalism, communications or English with demonstrated
writing, editing, production and communication skills and minimum 3 years'
experience. Available Feb. 1. Joyce Changnon, 333-0895. Closing date: Jan.
28.


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