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Faculty position in earth sciences

Faculty position in earth sciences


National Chung Cheng University

As a research-oriented University, CCU aims to provide students with advanced skills and profound knowledge in humanities, sciences, technology, law, and management. With the education of liberal arts and sciences, CCU expects students to learn to effectively deal with the complexity of challenges of the 21st century.

Building on the foundation of the past 29 years, the current and 5th President, Dr. Zhang-Hua Fong, is leading the University to strive for academic excellence, internationalization, and active interaction with the global community.


Chiayi, Taiwan


Full time

Entry level

Mininum annual salary is USD $29,000 and up to USD $48,620 depending on the employment level. Additional income is possible depending on academic performance.

Required education

Application deadline
29 December 2023

7 November 2023

Job description

The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at National Chung Cheng University in Taiwan invites applications for a faculty position at the assistant professor level or higher, with the appointment commencing on August 1, 2024.


  • A Ph.D. degree in Earth Science
  • The applicant must demonstrate expertise in geophysical exploration, with the following preferred fields: carbon sequestration, seismic data processing, geothermal exploration, and machine learning.

Position details

  • Date of Appointment: August 1st, 2024.
  • Application Deadline: January 8th, 2024

How to apply

Application documents
Interested candidates must submit the following application documents to Dr. Tai-Sheng Liou, Head of the Department, at and to the department office at Complete application materials must be received by January 8, 2024, to ensure full consideration. Late submissions will be automatically rejected.

  • Curriculum Vitae.
  • A copy of the Ph.D. diploma (foreign diplomas must be certified by Taiwan’s overseas office posted at the degree-issuing country).
  • List of publications.
  • Three to five refereed publications, one designated as the representative publication.
  • Teaching plan and research plan.
  • Three letters of recommendation, including the contact information of the referees.
  • Two slides summarizing your curriculum vitae, research, and future research and teaching plans for committee review.
  • Any additional supporting information.

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