Oferta de Trabajo para biólogos: Coral Reef Biologist ~ Bioblogia.net

30 de septiembre de 2004

Oferta de Trabajo para biólogos: Coral Reef Biologist

The Bermuda Biological Station for Research, Inc. (BBSR) is a US 501(c)(3) 'not-for-profit' marine research and education institution incorporated in New York State and based in Bermuda since 1903. BBSR currently employs a multi-national staff of approximately 100 people and caters to 2,000 scientific and educational visitors per year. Our annual operating budget was $10 M last year, of which $4.5 M was from US government grant sources.
Major activities include oceanographic and coral reef research conducted by resident and visiting scientists and university-level courses on topics ranging from marine pollution to global climate change. Additional information on BBSR, including details of faculty interests, can be found at http://www.bbsr.edu
BBSR is looking to expand its expertise in the field of coral reef science. We seek a marine biologist who uses modern molecular techniques to carry out an active research program in the coral reef environment who will compliment existing faculty strengths in coral reef physiology/ecotoxicology and ecology. The position is open at the assistant, associate, and senior research scientist (faculty) levels, according to previous research experience. The position is fully funded for 2 years including a setup package. The successful applicant is expected to generate a self-supporting research program within 3-5 years. Preference will be given to investigators with established research records in the coral reef area and with an interest in teaching (no more than one course per year at the undergraduate and/or graduate level) and becoming an active advisor/mentor of PhD students. We anticipate limited service duties, ranging from local to international. The successful applicant is expected to maintain a continuous record of scholarly activity. Applicants must have a PhD in a relevant field from a U.S. accredited institution or foreign equivalent, a strong record of research productivity as evidenced by recent grants and/or refereed publications in scientific journals, and evidence of ability to attract external funding. The preferred starting date is 1 January 2005. Review of applicants will commence 1 November. Please send a cover letter describing research and teaching philosophy and goals, CV, and the names and addresses of three references to Dr. Ross Jones at either rjones@bbsr.edu or: Coral Reef Molecular Biologist Search Committee Bermuda Biological Station for Research St. George's GE01 Bermuda BBSR is an equal opportunity employer and operates a drug-free workplace and learning environment.

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