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Assistant Professor in the Division of Functional Coordination Chemistry, Department of Life and Coordination-Complex Molecular Science

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1. Position:
Assistant Professor

2. Job description:
Experimental studies for creating novel chemical and physical functions based on the development of molecules with open-shell electronic structures in collaboration with Associate Professor Tetsuro Kusamoto. Participation in managements of IMS which is an inter-university research institute*. Teaching and supervising graduate students as an assistant professor of SOKENDAI (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies).
*https://www.ims.ac.jp/en/about/joint-approach.html

3. Group Website:
Kusamoto Group: https://www.ims.ac.jp/en/research/group/kusamoto/

4. Conditions of employment:
Full-time, permanent. Promotion inside IMS is not allowed. A successful candidate is encouraged to transfer to a position outside the institute after approximately six years.
For details see these links [https://www.ims.ac.jp/en/recruit/policy.html & 
https://www.ims.ac.jp/en/recruit/kenkyukikan.html
].

5. Required qualifications for the candidate:
Applicants should possess a M.Sc. degree, Ph.D. degree or an equivalent scientific carrier.

6. Expected start date:
On or at the earliest possible date after September 1st, 2019

7. Deadline for application: April 10th, 2019 (JST)

8. Documents for application:

The following documents (1)~(5) should be prepared in PDF format and then merged into one single PDF document. The merged PDF should be submitted as the attachment of email (if necessary, (5) recommendation letter(s) can be submitted separately).

(1) Curriculum Vitae (Please download the format from the URL below.)

(2) Summary of research achievements (future research plans may also be included; less than 3 pages in total on A4 size paper.)

(3) List of publications and invited talks (About description method, refer to the URL below.)

(4) Reprints or preprints of maximum five selected publications

(5) Recommendation letter(s) (optional)

For details (format, description method, etc.), see the following URL. https://www.ims.ac.jp/en/recruit/teisyutu.html

9. Selection process:
Candidates will be selected under the advice of a personnel committee of the IMS. IMS may withhold selection if there is no suitable person for the position.

10. Compensation:
In accordance with the NINS employee compensation regulation. 

11. Submission:
Application should be submitted by email to the Personnel section (IMSasstprof2018@orion.ac.jp). The subject of the email should be ‘Application for assistant professorship to Associate Prof. Tetsuro Kusamoto’, and the main text should contain your name and ‘Position: Assistant Professor in the Division of Functional Coordination Chemistry’ at the beginning. The above documents (1)~(5) should be prepared in PDF format and then merged into one single PDF document. The merged PDF should be submitted as the attachment of email (if necessary, (5) recommendation letter(s) can be submitted separately). If the data exceeds 20 MB, divide into multiple PDF files and send by separate emails. Notification of receipt will be sent within four working days. In case you do not receive a notification, please contact the Personnel section.

12. For further information (Including salary and other benefits):
Personnel section, Okazaki Administration Center, NINS
Nishigonaka 38, Myodaiji, Okazaki, Aichi 444-8585, JAPAN
E-mail: r7113@orion.ac.jp
https://www.ims.ac.jp/en/

13. Others:
(1) Gender equality
IMS complies with Equal Employment Opportunities Law of Japan and is committed to promoting gender equality. (https://www.ims.ac.jp/en/recruit/sankaku.html) Our support measures for researchers, regardless of gender, who have childcare and family care responsibilities are found from here. (https://www.ims.ac.jp/en/about/bunshi_sankaku.html)

(2) Handling of personal data
All the private data in application for selection and employment is handled in strict confidentiality in accordance with Personal Information Protection Law of Japan and the NINS Personal Information Protection Rules, and such data is not utilized for any other purpose. Applications should be submitted after agreeing above handling.