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Subject: [Job] Research Assistant Professor in Quantitative Fisheries (term faculty position)
From: Tom Kwak <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Wed, 5 Aug 2015 11:05:50 -0400
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Colleagues, Please see the announcement below for Research Assistant Professor in Quantitative Fisheries Science at NC State University.  Please note that this faculty position is for a 5-year term, non-tenure-track.  Many thanks, Tom
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Tom Kwak   ([log in to unmask])
Unit Leader, Professor
NC Cooperative Research Unit
Department of Applied Ecology
NC State University
Raleigh, NC 27695-7617, USA
919/513-2696
www4.ncsu.edu/~tkwak


VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Research Assistant Professor, Quantitative Fisheries Science
(5-Year, Term Position)
Department of Applied Ecology, NC State University
 
Responsibilities.  This position is a Research Assistant Professor in Applied Ecology, 12-month, non-tenure-track, for a five-year term within the Department of Applied Ecology at NC State University.  The incumbent will develop an active research program to address agency needs in the area of fisheries and applied ecology.  The position is supported by funding from the NC Wildlife Resources Commission and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the faculty member is expected to develop research topics with these agencies and other cooperators.  Research emphasis will be placed on species of management concern to agencies, including federally protected and other at-risk species.  Graduate student advising and involvement with research are expected, as is teaching 1-2 courses per year in the incumbent’s areas of expertise.
 
Qualifications.  Doctorate in Fisheries, Wildlife, Conservation Biology, or closely related field.  Expertise in contemporary and quantitative approaches (e.g., advanced modeling) to address applied fisheries management and conservation issues.  This includes knowledge and abilities in areas such as modern and traditional field and laboratory fisheries techniques, natural resource management tools and manipulations, assessment methods, population and community dynamics, biology and ecology, human dimensions, and policy.  Willingness and experience interacting with agency biologists and administrators, academic colleagues, undergraduate and graduate students, and the public is essential.
 
Setting.  The Department of Applied Ecology is a growing, vibrant, and productive unit within the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and a supportive, collaborative academic setting.  Faculty strengths are in the areas of ecology, fisheries, aquaculture, conservation biology, environmental toxicology, quantitative methods, and related fields.  Research in these fields drives a strong, well-funded graduate program, effective extension and outreach, and graduate and undergraduate mentoring, teaching, and advising.  The Department hosts faculty in the NC Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, SE Climate Science Center, and Center for Marine Sciences and Technology.  Faculty also participate in the intercollegiate Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology undergraduate and graduate program.  North Carolina resources span the Appalachian Mountains, foothills and piedmont regions, through the coastal plain to estuarine sounds, barrier islands, and the Atlantic Ocean, which support diverse communities.
 
Salary
$65,000/12 months with attractive benefits package.
 
Contact
Dr. Harry Danie [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>, 919-515-5327.
Dr. Tom Kwak, Unit Leader and Professor, [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>, 919-513-2696.
 
Apply at http://jobs.ncsu.edu <http://jobs.ncsu.edu/> under position number 00104949.  Include letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three references.  Position will remain open until filled; applicant review will begin 1 September 2015.
 
More Information
Department of Applied Ecology
     http://appliedecology.cals.ncsu.edu <http://appliedecology.cals.ncsu.edu/>
NC Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
     http://appliedecology.cals.ncsu.edu/nccoopunit <http://appliedecology.cals.ncsu.edu/nccoopunit>
SE Climate Science Center
     http://globalchange.ncsu.edu/secsc <http://globalchange.ncsu.edu/secsc>
Center for Marine Sciences and Technology
     http://cmast.ncsu.edu <http://cmast.ncsu.edu/>
NC Wildlife Resources Commission
     http://www.ncwildlife.org <http://www.ncwildlife.org/>
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
     http://www.fws.gov <http://www.fws.gov/>
 
North Carolina State University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.
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