[Coral-List] Tenure Track Quantitative Fisheries Ecologist Search at Florida International University in Miami Florida USA

Rebecca Vega Thurber rvegathurber at gmail.com
Tue Feb 8 19:07:40 EST 2011


 The Marine Science Program at Florida International University (FIU) is
seeking applicants for a *Quantitative Fisheries Biologist* (*rank open,
senior applicants are welcomed*) for a tenure track position in Department
of Biological Sciences.  The Marine Science Program at FIU (
http://casgroup.fiu.edu/marine/) is a new and growing interdisciplinary
initiative emphasizing research and teaching in coastal marine science.  The
Program is housed in a recently completed building that overlooks Biscayne
Bay and is home to 12 research laboratories, 2 teaching laboratories, wet
labs, a mesocosm facility, and running sea water systems.  We are seeking a
fisheries biologist with expertise in fisheries stock assessment or
ecosystem management modeling.  The successful candidate will teach courses
in the areas of ecological statistics, population dynamics, fisheries
modeling, or stock assessment.  They will be expected to develop an
externally funded research program and supervise graduate students in our
Ph.D. program.

To ensure full consideration, applications should be received by *March 15,
2011*. Screening of applications will begin on that date, and continue until
a suitable candidate is selected. *Only electronic applications will be
accepted.*  Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae,
summary of their research interests and teaching goals, and at least three
letters of reference.  Letters should also be submitted electronically.  Submit
materials to Joel Trexler, Search Committee Chair; e-mail: *trexlerj at fiu.edu
*; telephone: 305-348-1966.  FIU is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity

Dr. Rebecca Vega Thurber

Florida International University
Department of Biological Sciences
Office MSB-355
Lab MSB-330
3000 NE 151 Street
North Miami, FL 33181
(305) 919-4009
(305) 919-4030 FAX
rvegathurber at gmail.com

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