The State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF) invites applications for an academic-year (10 month), tenure-track position as Assistant Professor of Quantitative Wildlife/Vertebrate Ecology. The successful candidate will bring proficiency in statistical/mathematical ecology that is complemented by professional experience in the conservation and management of vertebrate species. We seek a teacher-scholar with a strong commitment to engaging students in the classroom and through research mentorship at the undergraduate, MS, and PhD levels.
Responsibilities: The workload for this position is 45% teaching, 45% research, and 10% service. Specific responsibilities include: 1) teaching an introductory course in wildlife ecology and management along with developing new undergraduate and graduate classes in quantitative ecology, 2) developing a vigorous, internationally recognized, externally funded research program focused on vertebrate species, including those in New York State and beyond, and 3) engaging in undergraduate advising and committee service to the department and college, professional societies, and governmental and non-governmental conservation partners.
For qualifications, application procedure, and more, see the attached document.