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    Performs faculty duties in the Department of Engineering Physics in the Graduate School of Engineering & Management at AFIT.

    *This is a Tenure Track position
    . Academic tenure is based upon performance and approval of the faculty and may be considered after initial or subsequent 3-year appointment period. Selectee may be offered an initial appointment with tenure if their academic credentials warrant such action.

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    Responsibilities

    • Develops and teaches a wide range of courses in nuclear physics, nuclear chemical engineering, radiation detection, ionizing radiation effects ranging from the introductory graduate level to the most advanced doctoral level for application areas.
    • Carries out experimental and modeling research connected to one or more of the above application areas, designs and models experiments, conducts statistical analysis, and interprets the results to scientific community and to research sponsors.
    • Advises graduate students regarding education plans, school and Institute policy, elective courses, and career alternatives. Performs administrative functions, as required, to support Department, School, Institute, and the profession in general.
    • Provides direct and applied consulting and research support to Air Force and Department of Defense agencies as well as other sponsors.
    • Mentors and manages the educational progress of MS and PhD students. Provides annual written feedback on MS and PhD students as prescribed by Air Force and AFIT Operating Instructions.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    24

  • Job family (Series)

    0801 General Engineering

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