Tenure track positions in Statistics
POSITION: A tenure track appointment at the Assistant Professor Level
RECRUITMENT NUMBER: 796
EFFECTIVE DATE: August 26, 2002
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A Ph.D. in Statistics with a strong background
Computational Statistics. Applicant must demonstrate potential for scholarly/creative activity and
for effective teaching. Ability to communicate effectively with an ethnically and culturally diverse
(1) Successful teaching experience at the university/college level.
(2) Record of or potential for scholarly/creative activity and evidence of continued scholarship
activity which will lead to publication.
(3) Ability or potential to do curricular development in the area of Statistics.
(4) Expertise with statistical software such as SAS, SPSS, S-plus.
(5) Demonstrated knowledge of two or more of the following: survey sampling, time series
analysis, experimental design and analysis, linear models, statistical quality control, regression
(6) Interested in activity-based statistics for pre-service elementary education.
(1) On a regular basis teach undergraduate and graduate courses in Statistics, Probability, Random
Processes, and the areas listed in (5) above, as well as advanced courses and seminars in area of
expertise. Teach freshman/ sophomore mathematics courses as needed.
(2) Engage in on going research which leads to periodic publication in refereed journals.
(3) Assist present faculty in statistics course development and selection of software and
equipment for statistics courses.
(4) Engage in appropriate department, college, and university committee work.
(5) Engage in appropriate consulting activities.
(6) Contribute to the development of a graduate statistics degree.
SALARY RANGE: At the rank of Assistant Professor, but commensurate
REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION: Letter of application; curriculum vitae;
three letters of
recommendation; and official transcript from institution awarding highest degree. Employment is
contingent upon proof of the legal right to work in the United States. This proof must be provided
prior to employment at the University. An appointment is not final until proof is provided.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Position open until filled (or recruitment
canceled). Review of
applications to begin on January 3, 2002. Applications, required documentation, and/or requests for
information should be addressed to:
Dr. Arthur K. Wayman, Chair, Department of Mathematics
California State University, Long Beach
1250 Bellflower Boulevard
Long Beach, CA 90840-1001
Telephone: (562) 985-8008
For general information about the department, visit our web site http://www.csulb.edu/depts/math.
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