Zoology department head & curator

Richard Stucky RStucky at DMNH.ORG
Fri Jul 24 10:38:56 CDT 1998

Please note the following job opening.  Anyone with questions about the =
position may email me at rstucky=40dmnh.org or call at 303-370-6434. =20
Richard Stucky, Chief Curator
Denver Museum of Natural History

The Denver Museum of Natural History seeks applications for the position =
of Department Head and Curator in the Department of Zoology.   The =
Department has collections in ornithology, mammalogy, and entomology and =
one curator in each specialization.   Major strengths are in a 60,000 =
specimen global bird collection and 10,000 mammals from North America and =
Botswana. =20
Applicants must demonstrate a strong record of collections-based research =
in one of these areas of specialization.   Scientists whose research =
program also includes a field component are particularly encouraged to =
apply.   Expertise on the ecosystems of the Great Plains and Rocky =
Mountains highly desirable.   Experience in project management, grant =
writing and work in informal science education must be demonstrated.   The =
successful candidate should desire to interact with the public and the =
media about their area of specialization.   Ph.D. in zoology or a related =
field is required.   The primary responsibilities of the successful =
candidate are participation in leadership of the Collections and Research =
Division, management of the Zoology Department, and research and educationa=
l programming in area of specialization.   Salary range competitive and =
commensurate with experience.   Please send curriculum vitae, three =
letters of reference, and examples of both popular and scientific writing =
to Chief Curator, Denver Museum of Natural History, 2001 Colorado =
Boulevard, Denver, CO  80205.   Deadline for applications is July 31, =
1998.   The Denver Museum of Natural History is an equal employment =
opportunity employer.

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