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The Department of Chemical Engineering at University of Bahrain invites applications for academic positions at various levels (Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor) in the area of Measurement and Instrumentation  beginning  September 2007. Applicants should have a PhD in instrumentation or a related area. The successful candidate will be expected to teach measurement and instrumentation courses in our undergraduate Process Instrumentation & Control program. He/she will also be expected to contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through research and service.



The University of Bahrain offers attractive benefits which include: Tax-free salary commensurate with qualifications and experience; furnished free accommodation; end of service bonus; free return air tickets per annum for the appointee, spouse and up to 2 dependent children under 18 years. More information on benefits and how to apply is displayed in the website: www.uob.edu.bh. Applications should be sent to:

 

Recruitment & Training Division

Personnel Department

UNIVERSITY of BAHRAIN

P.O. Box 32038

KINGDOM of BAHRAIN

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Prof. Abderrahim Abbas
Chairman, Department of Chemical Engineering
College of Engineering
University of Bahrain
PO Box 32038
Isa Town
Bahrain

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