Susquehanna University, a national liberal arts college with an undergraduate student population of 2300 students located in Selinsgrove, PA seeks an aquatic ecology research scientist specializing in aquatic benthic macroinvertebrates in stream or riverine systems to join our Freshwater Research Initiative (FRI). We encourage applicants with expertise in water quality, agricultural impairments, and aquatic community structure. Certification for Eastern Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera, and Trichoptera by the Society for Freshwater Science and GIS experience is required. Primary responsibilities for the position include conducting collaborative field-based research, teaching the equivalent of one course per year, and mentoring undergraduate student research projects. Preferred course areas include invertebrate zoology, aquatic entomology, biostatistics, GIS, or related.
Master’s degree in freshwater ecology or a related field is required, PhD preferred. This is a 12-month staff position that extends through August 31, 2020, with subsequent appointment contingent upon external funding, satisfactory performance and the needs of the university.
Full description including how to apply at https://jobs.susqu.edu/postings/1636.