[COMM-ORG] job: academic, UCLA

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  From: "Chris Tilly" <ctilly at irle.ucla.edu>


University of California, Los Angeles

Faculty Position in Housing

The UCLA Department of Urban Planning invites applications for a 
tenure-track faculty

position in housing beginning July 1, 2011. We seek bold and innovative 
thinkers who

show intellectual leadership in addressing the housing challenges and 
inequalities faced

by diverse populations in cities and regions. The appointment is 
expected to be at the

rank of assistant professor, although applicants at other levels may 
also be considered.

A Ph.D. in Urban Planning or a related field is required.

Our department is consistently ranked among the top internationally, and 
our diverse

undergraduate, masters, and PhD students are consistently placed in 
excellent positions.

We have 18 faculty, about 200 graduate students, and nearly 100 students 
pursuing our

urban affairs minor.

The UCLA School of Public Affairs - home to the departments of Public 
Policy, Social

Welfare, and Urban Planning as well as five research centers - and its 
sister schools and

centers, including the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate, provide an 

intellectual setting. Southern California is one of the world's major 
metropolitan areas,

with rich cultural, social, intellectual and recreational offerings.

While applications will be accepted until the position is filled, all 
materials should be

submitted by December 10, 2010 to be guaranteed full consideration. Send 
hard copies

of a (a) letter of application, (2) resume/c.v., (3) names and contact 
information for three

academic referees, and a (4) single representative article or conference 
paper to: Ms.

Marsha Brown * Department of Urban Planning * School of Public Affairs * 

of California, Los Angeles * Los Angeles, CA 90095-1656. Please 
reference tracking

number 1184-1011-01.

UCLA offers an attractive salary and benefits package, including a 
housing assistance

program for new faculty members. Salary is commensurate with education and

experience. UCLA is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. 
For more

information about the department, please visit our web site:


Chris Tilly

Professor of Urban Planning and Director, Institute for Research on 
Labor and Employment


10945 Le Conte Ave., Suite 2107

Los Angeles, CA 90095-1478

Tel 310-267-4738

Fax 310-206-4064

Email chris_tilly at irle.ucla.edu

Web http://www.irle.ucla.edu/contact/ChrisTilly.html

Urban Planning website http://www.publicaffairs.ucla.edu/chris-tilly

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