Vacancy Announcement - Riparian Ecologist ~

9 de octubre de 2007

Vacancy Announcement - Riparian Ecologist

College of Natural Resources, Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, University of Idaho

Title of position: The College of Natural Resources (CNR) invites applications for an academic-
year, tenure-track Assistant Professor position in the field of riparian ecology.

Responsibilities: The position will involve approximately 40% teaching, 40% scholarship and 20%
advising/outreach/service. Teaching responsibilities will include a senior-level course in riparian
ecology and management, participate in other undergraduate courses as needed; teach a
graduate-level course in riparian ecology, management, and restoration, and a graduate-level
course in the incumbent's specialty area. The successful candidate is expected to develop a strong
extramurally funded research program, to mentor graduate and undergraduate students, to work
across disciplines with other faculty both within and outside the College of Natural Resources.

Required: Ph.D. with a focus on riparian ecology emphasizing impacts of humans on riparian
system dynamics, biotic-abiotic interactions, and restoration. Applicants must demonstrate
successful research productivity through external funding and refereed publications, and must
demonstrate commitment to teaching excellence.

Contact/Application procedure: For a complete description and to apply online, please visit

Questions regarding the position can be addressed to Carrie Barron, Academic and Administrative
Coordinator, at

Closing date for application: The search will be closed when a sufficient number of qualified
applicants have been identified and we will begin reviewing applications in late October, 2007.

The Institution: The University of Idaho is the Land Grant institution of Idaho, located in the
Panhandle of northern Idaho. The CNR has five departments: Fish and Wildlife Resources, Forest
Products, Forest Resources, Conservation Social Science, and Rangeland Ecology and Management.
There are about 640 undergraduate majors and 230 graduate students in the college. The
university is located near many headwater streams, larger rivers, wetlands and lakes for field
research sites, and provides a newly renovated wetlab for lab-based experiments. New faculty will
have opportunities to participate in an emerging graduate and research program in water
resources The Idaho Water Center provides focus in the state
for water-related research and outreach activities. See and for more information.

To enrich education through diversity the University of Idaho is an equal opportunity/affirmative
action employer.

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