Se buscan 3 paleontólogos para trabajar con dinosaurios ~

7 de agosto de 2019

Se buscan 3 paleontólogos para trabajar con dinosaurios

Three Assistant Curator positions
Assistant Curator of Fossil Reptiles - The Field Museum, Chicago

The Field Museum invites applications for a paleontology position in
fossil reptiles — preferably specializing in dinosaurs — at the
Assistant Curator rank.  The Field Museum's Geology Section has a record
of scientific excellence in collections-based research. Our fossil
reptile collection is world-class, with exceptional strength in North
America. We are seeking a collegial individual with strong communication
skills to develop an outstanding research program in dinosaur evolution,
systematics, paleoecology, or paleobiology in a comparative context.

The successful candidate will be expected to maintain an externally
funded field and/or laboratory research program, to contribute to
building and using the dinosaur collections, and to participate
in Museum exhibit, public outreach and education, and programmatic
efforts. Close relationships with local universities provide opportunities
for participation in graduate and undergraduate training. A Ph.D. in a
relevant discipline must be held by the start of employment.  Applications
should include: (1) a Curriculum Vitae; (2) a statement of research
interests and career objectives; (3) names and contact information for
three people from whom letters of recommendation may be sought; and
(4) copies of up to 5 relevant publications in PDF format. Review of
applications will begin on September 2, 2019. To apply and for inquiries,
email: The Field Museum is an
equal opportunity employer and is committed to building a culture that
respects and embraces diversity, inclusion, and equity in its workforce.

Matthew P. Nelsen
Research Scientist

Integrative Research Center (Botany)
The Field Museum
1400 S. Lake Shore Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60605, USA

Twitter: @mpnelsen <>

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