Research Molecular Entomolgist Position

Joseph Kirkbride jkirkbri at ASRR.ARSUSDA.GOV
Wed Oct 8 08:04:50 CDT 1997


ARS is seeking an interdisciplinary Research Molecular Entomolgist,
GS-414-11/12 in the Systematic Entomology Laboratory, Plant Sciences
Institute, Beltsville Agricultural Research Center. Salary is commensurate
with experience (GS-11: $38,330-$49,831 per annum; GS-12: $45,939-$59,735
per annum). The position involves planning and conducting independent and
cooperative research primarily on the molecular biology and molecular
systematics of a wide array of insects of importance to U.S. agriculture. In
addition to the basic educational requirements, applicants must demonstrate
1) knowledge of the principles, methods, techniques and procedures of
molecular biology; 2) knowledge of the biology and taxonomy of insects; and
3) ability to use molecular techniques (including gene cloning, DNA
sequencing, etc.) in research involving insect and systematics. Applicants
must also demonstrate the ability to design, plan, and conduct research on
the molecular systematics of insects (particularly agriculturally important
insects) and publish results. For information on the research program and/or
position, contact Dr. Manya B. Stoetzel, 301-504-5183 (fax 301-504-6482,
email-mstoetze at For information on application
procedures/forms, please call for a copy of the announcement on
301-344-4638. Applications in response to this advertisement should be
marked announcement no. ARS-D7B-212.

USDA is an Equal Opportuniry Employer

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