The University of Montana College of Forestry and Conservation (CFC) and Wildlife Biology Program seek applications for a nine-month, tenure-track assistant or associate professor position in fish conservation genomics beginning fall 2015. We are interested in candidates who use genomic approaches to address ecological questions in fisheries, aquatic ecology, and population biology associated with the conservation and management of aquatic systems.
Specific responsibilities of this position include:
- Develop a vigorous, externally-funded research program;
- Teach an upper-division undergraduate wildlife conservation genetics course and other undergraduate or graduate courses that contribute to the Aquatic option of the Wildlife Biology Program, linking the expertise of the candidate and needs of the program;
- Advise undergraduate students in the Aquatic option of the Wildlife Biology Program, and direct graduate student research in Wildlife Biology at the M.S. and Ph.D. level; and
- Participate in Wildlife Biology, CFC, DECS, and University committees, and develop collaborations with state, federal, and private conservation organizations.
More information: http://www.mn.uio.no/cees/english/research/news/other/montana.pdf
Screening of applications will begin 1 December, 2014 and continue until position is filled.