DIRECTOR of ADVANCED UNDERGRADUATE LABORATORIES
The Director of Advanced Undergraduate Laboratories administers the advanced undergraduate laboratories with direct responsibility for organic, inorganic and research chemistry instructional labs (Chemistry 135, 145 and 100), and with general oversight of the advanced physical chemistry labs (Chemistry 165). The Director also contributes to ongoing development of the advanced laboratory program and the entire CCB undergraduate laboratory program. Read more here.
PRECEPTORSHIP in ORGANIC CHEMISTRY & CHEMICAL BIOLOGY
The Preceptor in Chemistry is responsible for two courses. The fall semester course focuses on traditional organic chemistry and includes a discussion section component. The spring semester course teaches the organic chemistry of living systems and includes a discussion section and laboratory component. Read more here.
The Faculty Assistant manages all administrative operations and financial, physical and personnel resources for a senior FAS/CCB faculty member and HMS/Microbiology and Molecular Genetics (MMG) senior faculty member with CCB Affiliate status, in a combined research groups of 30+ members. Read more here.
The Laboratory of Professor Matthew Shair seeks a motivated, scientifically curious and team-oriented person to join studies into new treatments for cancer. The position will support preclinical advancement of drug candidates and explore mechanism of action, among other projects. This is a unique opportunity to engage with a multidisciplinary team of experts, including biologists, synthetic and medicinal chemists, pharmacologists, and clinicians, while gaining exposure to cutting edge drug discovery and development. Read more here.
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Individuals interested in a postdoctoral appointment should write directly to the faculty member whose research is of most interest. Each faculty member's contact information and website can be found on our People page. Harvard is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Our department recruits teaching fellows (for Harvard graduate students) and teaching assistants (for non-graduate students) each term. The application deadline for a Fall 2017 appointment is May 9, 2017. Individuals interested in a teaching position should email Joe Lavin with a CV and a list of courses in which they are interested. Current course offerings can be viewed here.