The Department of Biology and the Program in Environmental Studies invite applications for a tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies with a focus in conservation biology, beginning in Fall 2020. This will be a joint 50/50 appointment in the Department of Biology and the Program in Environmental Studies. The candidate’s area of expertise should include field research with a vertebrate system.
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The Cooperative Institute of Great Lakes Research (CIGLR) is seeking an individual to join a team of modelers working on a series of projects related to the development, testing, and deployment complex atmospheric and hydrologic models across the Great Lakes basin.
Ecology and Environment, Inc. is seeking on-call Wetland Biologists in the southeastern United States (North and Central Florida, South Georgia, South Alabama, Southern Mississippi, Eastern Louisiana). These positions are primarily to support our renewable and commercial energy sectors during the year-round southeastern field season. Our successful candidate will have experience with wetland delineations and knowledge of the USACE Wetland Delineation Manual and Regional Supplements.
Position for a Master’s Student to conduct research on stream metabolism in coastal Texas streams
Ecology and Environment, Inc. is seeking on-call Wetland Biologists in the Houston, Texas, area. These positions are primarily to support our renewable and commercial energy sectors during the year-round southern field season. Our successful candidate will have experience with wetland delineations and knowledge of the USACE Wetland Delineation Manual and Regional Supplements.
The Auburn University Museum of Natural History (AUMNH) is seeking a Curator (Collection Manager) for its Aquatic and Marine Invertebrate Collection. The successful candidate will have curatorial experience in crustaceans, arthropods, molluscs, echinoderms, annelids, cnidarians, and/or brachiopods. Our collections are currently strong in freshwater crayfishes, molluscs, and insect nymphs and Antarctic invertebrates.
Position Opening for Biological Collections Specialist Digitizing Aquatic Insect and Fish Collections Montana State University
Position Overview: Individual will be involved in handling, curation, cataloging, digitization and database management for a very large number of aquatic biological specimens contained in the Montana Entomology Collection and MSU vertebrate museum. Extensive paper documentation will be linked to these specimens and databased.
This grant funded position is full-time and runs for two years.
Government of Canada Postdoctoral Research Program: Post-doctoral position in environmental flows
The County of Lake is seeking an effective Lake Manager with a strong background and/or education in limnology to serve as the Water Resources Director. Under the administrative direction of the County Board of Supervisors, this position provides top-level strategic guidance and scientific oversight for the Water Resources Department.
We have a fellow or post-doc position available at the US EPA's Western Ecology Division in Corvallis, OR. The position is funded through the Oakridge/ORISE program, and applications must be submitted through the Zintellect website (https://www.zintellect.com/Account/ApplicantRegister/6513; Note that applications are not visible to us until at least one recommendation letter is received).