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  • Vegetation Ecologist - Job - Jobs in Botany
    TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences Vegetation Ecologist Fairfax County Park Authority Fairfax Virginia USA Position Title Vegetation Ecologist Position Type Temporary Position Application Review Begins Friday December 18 2015 Application Deadline Friday January 22 2016 Institution Fairfax County Park Authority Department Division Resource Management Division Field e g systematics Vegetation Survey City Fairfax Virginia USA General Information The Fairfax County Park Authority located in Northern Virginia outside Washington D C seeks an experienced Vegetation Ecologist to conduct a Natural Vegetation Community Classification NVCC in parks countywide This limited term position is currently funded for one calendar year but is expected to be renewable for up to three years Qualifications Requirements Bachelor s degree is required Master s degree preferred biology botany ecology geography natural resources or related field Three or more years related experience graduate education can substitute for part Ability to proficiently identify the plant species of Northern Virginia Prior experience with vegetation ecology and natural community classification ideally inventory based Familiarity with the Natural Communities of Virginia Classification of Ecological Community Groups Second Approximation Version 2 6 and or the U S National Vegetation Classification USNVC Ability to perform field work alone under potentially adverse conditions including exposure to heat humidity steep and wet terrain and insects Ability to travel up to five miles a day on foot carrying 20 pounds Experience collecting organizing and managing large quantities of data Database management experience is a plus Familiarity with

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  • Part time freelancer - Job - Jobs in Botany
    Darbaker Prize Donald R Kaplan Memorial Lecture Jeanette Siron Pelton Award Grady L Webster Publication Award BSA Corresponding Members Given by SECTIONS Winfried and Renate Remy Award Paleo Contributions to Paleobotany Paleo Margaret Menzel Award George R Cooley Award A J Sharp Award Edgar T Wherry Award Awards for EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS BSA s Emerging Leader Award George H M Lawrence Memorial Award Given by SECTIONS Michael Cichan Award Paleo Research Awards for STUDENTS J S KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD BSA Graduate Student Research Awards BSA Undergraduate Student Research Awards BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Genetics Section Graduate Student Research Awards Travel Awards for STUDENTS PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom

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  • Assistant Professor- Plant Biochemist - Job - Jobs in Botany
    Meetings Events Awards Application and Award Schedule Annual Award Recipients 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 Awards for ESTABLISHED SCIENTISTS Distinguished Fellow of the Botanical Society of America Charles Edwin Bessey Teaching Award Darbaker Prize Donald R Kaplan Memorial Lecture Jeanette Siron Pelton Award Grady L Webster Publication Award BSA Corresponding Members Given by SECTIONS Winfried and Renate Remy Award Paleo Contributions to Paleobotany Paleo Margaret Menzel Award George R Cooley Award A J Sharp Award Edgar T Wherry Award Awards for EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS BSA s Emerging Leader Award George H M Lawrence Memorial Award Given by SECTIONS Michael Cichan Award Paleo Research Awards for STUDENTS J S KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD BSA Graduate Student Research Awards BSA Undergraduate Student Research Awards BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Genetics Section Graduate Student Research Awards Travel Awards for STUDENTS PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences Assistant Professor Plant Biochemist Kean University Union New Jersey USA Position Title Assistant Professor Plant Biochemist Position Type Tenure Track Assistant Professor Application Review Begins Saturday December 12 2015 Application Deadline Monday February 01 2016 Institution Kean University Department Division School of Natural Sciences Biology Program Field e g systematics Plant biologist preferably with background in biochemistry City Union New Jersey USA General Information All faculty are expected to demonstrate a commitment to teaching excellence and an

    Original URL path: http://jobs.botany.org/index.php?module=clip&type=user&func=display&tid=3&pid=3927&title=Assistant%20Professor-%20Plant%20Biochemist (2016-02-01)
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  • Pollination biology - Job - Jobs in Botany
    Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences Pollination biology University of California Riverside Riverside CA United States Position Title Pollination biology Position Type Tenure Track Assistant Professor Application Review Begins Sunday January 31 2016 Application Deadline Friday July 01 2016 Institution University of California Riverside Department Division Open Field e g systematics City Riverside CA United States General Information The University of California Riverside seeks outstanding candidates for three faculty positions in various aspects of pollinator and pollination biology to be filled at the Assistant Associate or Full Professor rank This cluster hire currently seeks collaborative biologists examining issues related to 1 bee health Open rank 2 pollinator and plant interaction networks Assistant rank and 3 evolutionary ecology of pollination mutualisms from the plant perspective Assistant rank The majority of crop systems and over a third of global food production relies on animal pollination and the value added by managed pollination to US agricultural production exceeds 20B per year California is home to many of these crops with intensive pollination needs and accounts for the majority of paid pollination contracts in the US Research funding for pollinator health is available from a number of national research agencies and well as a variety of commodity boards Recognition of the importance of funding research in pollinator health and pollination services has been growing among these agencies in reaction to colony collapse disorder and declining wild bee populations Maintaining agricultural productivity and natural plant communities will require enhanced knowledge of the pollination interactions in these systems and solutions to health and management problems facing pollinators These individuals will build on existing strengths in fundamental and applied research in pollination biology and social insects Research to maintain agricultural productivity and natural plant

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  • J. Robert Stiffler Distinguished Professorship in Botany - Job - Jobs in Botany
    2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 Awards for ESTABLISHED SCIENTISTS Distinguished Fellow of the Botanical Society of America Charles Edwin Bessey Teaching Award Darbaker Prize Donald R Kaplan Memorial Lecture Jeanette Siron Pelton Award Grady L Webster Publication Award BSA Corresponding Members Given by SECTIONS Winfried and Renate Remy Award Paleo Contributions to Paleobotany Paleo Margaret Menzel Award George R Cooley Award A J Sharp Award Edgar T Wherry Award Awards for EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS BSA s Emerging Leader Award George H M Lawrence Memorial Award Given by SECTIONS Michael Cichan Award Paleo Research Awards for STUDENTS J S KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD BSA Graduate Student Research Awards BSA Undergraduate Student Research Awards BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Genetics Section Graduate Student Research Awards Travel Awards for STUDENTS PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences J Robert Stiffler Distinguished Professorship in Botany Old Dominion University Norfolk Virginia United States Position Title J Robert Stiffler Distinguished Professorship in Botany Position Type Tenure Track Professor Application Review Begins Saturday January 30 2016 Application Deadline Saturday January 30 2016 Institution Old Dominion University Department Division The Department of Biological Sciences Field e g systematics Molecular Plant Systematics and Advanced Genomics City Norfolk Virginia United States General Information The Department of Biological Sciences at Old Dominion University invites applications for the J Robert Stiffler Distinguished Professorship in Botany

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  • Plant Biotechnology Research Technician - Job - Jobs in Botany
    Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences Plant Biotechnology Research Technician West Virginia State University Research and Development Corp Institute West Virginia USA Position Title Plant Biotechnology Research Technician Position Type Research Associate Application Review Begins Monday December 07 2015 Application Deadline Friday February 05 2016 Institution West Virginia State University Research and Development Corp Department Division Research Field e g systematics Plant Biotechnology City Institute West Virginia USA General Information Position Summary The primary function of the position is to provide specialized laboratory and greenhouse research assistance to promote the mission of the research program breeding fresh market tomatoes for protected culture production at the WVSU AERS The incumbent will be required to proficiently handle standard laboratory and greenhouse procedures and maintain a safe work environment The position requires the ability and willingness to assist the scientist and other personnel with their projects and conduct independent research The incumbent will assist in the supervision of undergraduate students graduate students and others The individual in this position must be an energetic and highly motivated person Major Duties Laboratory operation and maintenance 70 Managing laboratory activities 20 Additional participation in research activities 10 Qualifications Requirements Qualifications For successful performance the incumbent must be able to perform each major duty satisfactorily The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge skill and or ability required Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions The ideal candidate will be detail oriented well organized self motivated and able to appreciate goal based research and development Demonstrated success in working as part of a team and initiating collaborative partnerships is sought The incumbent must be willing to work flexible hours with a minimum of supervision Responsibilities Major Duties Laboratory operation and maintenance 70 Managing laboratory activities 20 Additional participation in research activities 10 Laboratory operation and maintenance 70 The primary responsibilities of the incumbent are to conduct research under the direction of the supervisor and to assist in daily laboratory operation and maintenance 70 The technician will be required to proficiently handle standard laboratory procedures including

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  • Plant Biotechnology Research Technician - Job - Jobs in Botany
    Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences Plant Biotechnology Research Technician West Virginia State University Institute WV USA Position Title Plant Biotechnology Research Technician Position Type Research Associate Application Review Begins Friday December 04 2015 Application Deadline Thursday February 04 2016 Institution West Virginia State University Department Division WVSU Research and Development Corp Field e g systematics City Institute WV USA General Information PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH TECHNICIAN The Agricultural and Environmental Research Station for the West Virginia State University Research and Development Corporation invites applications for the position of a full time Plant Biotechnology Research Technician The successful candidate will assist and or conduct research related to the breeding fresh market tomatoes for protected culture production and will assist in the supervision of undergraduate students graduate students and others The nature of the work requires that candidates be tobacco free Requires a master s degree in Biology Biotechnology Genetics Biochemistry Plant Science or other related science degree with experience in molecular biology knowledge of routine molecular biology biotechnology lab techniques and ability to plan experiments and interpret results preferred For a complete job description required qualifications and instructions on how to apply visit http wvstateu edu RDCorp aspx Applications will be reviewed starting December 1 2015 and will be accepted until the position is filled WVSU R D Corporation is committed to affirmative action equal opportunity and the diversity of its workplace Qualifications Requirements Qualifications For successful performance the incumbent must be able to perform each major duty satisfactorily The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge skill and or ability required Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions The ideal candidate will be detail oriented well organized self motivated and able to appreciate goal based research and development Demonstrated success in working as part of a team and initiating collaborative partnerships is sought The incumbent must be willing to work flexible hours with a minimum of supervision Education Required Master s degree in Biology Biotechnology Genetics Biochemistry Plant Science or other related field from a regionally accredited institution of higher education Preferred Preferred education in molecular marker technologies sequencing fragment analysis and or primer design Experience Required A minimum of two 2 years of experience as a technician in a molecular biology laboratory or equivalent Perform basic molecular biology biotechnology protocols including but not limited to isolation quantification and separation of DNA RNA and or protein Conduct basic laboratory protocols pH culture of plants insects and or pathogens microscopy and centrifugation Analyze report and present datasets using Microsoft Excel Word and Power Point Preferred Independently operate maintain and troubleshoot molecular biology equipment one or more of the following thermal cyclers fragment analyzers sequencers spectrophotomers plate readers Initiate conduct and complete lab greenhouse and field research

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  • Director for The Center for Conservation Biology - Job - Jobs in Botany
    STUDENTS PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences Director for The Center for Conservation Biology University of California Riverside Riverside CA United States Position Title Director for The Center for Conservation Biology Position Type Tenure Track Professor Application Review Begins Friday January 15 2016 Application Deadline Thursday June 30 2016 Institution University of California Riverside Department Division Center for Conservation Biology Field e g systematics City Riverside CA United States General Information Qualifications Requirements Basic qualifications A PhD in Biology Ecology or Conservation Science Additional qualifications At least 10 years research experience in conservation science with a strong component of field work Preferred qualifications Senior level scientist broadly trained biologist with interests in biodiversity invasive species global or regional environmental change or ecosystem functioning UCR is a world class research university with an exceptionally diverse undergraduate student body Its mission is explicitly linked to providing routes to educational success for underrepresented and first generation college students A commitment to this mission is a preferred qualification Responsibilities University of California Riverside Position Announcement DIRECTOR FOR THE CENTER FOR CONSERVATION BIOLOGY This is a new position in Conservation Biology at the senior level that will also provide a future Director for the Center for Conservation Biology We seek a broadly trained biologist with interests in biodiversity invasive species global or regional environmental change or ecosystem functioning including a strong field component The position entails

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