The Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Utah invites applications for a tenure track faculty position in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics. This search will be directed at the tenure track Assistant Professor level, but we will also consider more senior candidates under exceptional circumstances. The appointment will start in July 2019. The successful candidate must have an outstanding research record for his/her experience level and also show promise of teaching effectively at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Information about the University of Utah and in particular the Department may be found at URL

The deadline for receipt of application materials is December 1, 2018. However, applications may be considered after the deadline until the position is filled. Applications, including curriculum vitae, a statement of research interests and plans, a statement of teaching philosophy, and at least three letters of recommendation, should be submitted using this link:

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