[Taxacom] Systematics tenure-track jobs at Univ Puerto Rico -Rio Piedras announcement

Michael A. Ivie mivie at montana.edu
Tue Aug 27 13:15:32 CDT 2013



systematics position at Univ. Puerto Rico.

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*From:*James Ackerman [mailto:ackerman.upr at gmail.com]
*Sent:* Saturday, August 24, 2013 12:11 PM
*To:* Torres-Santana, Christian W -FS
*Subject:* UPR-RP Jobs announcement

Christian,

Please pass this announcement around.  We are looking for systematists, 
ecologists, conservation biologists, and/or marine biologists among 
other areas of expertise.

*TENURE TRACK POSITIONS*

*The University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus seeks candidates for 
the following six tenure track positions: *College of Natural Sciences*, 
*Department of Biology*, *Assistant Professor.*Five Faculty Positions 
in: *Cell Physiology-Biochemistry, Ecology, Microbial Metagenomics, 
Population Genetics, andSystematics. *_Requirements_*: PhD or equivalent 
degree in Biology and post-doctoral experience.  The successful 
candidate should demonstrate a solid academic preparation and commitment 
to excellence in teaching both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. 
We are interested in candidates that conduct interdisciplinary research, 
particularly in the following areas: Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, 
Conservation Biology, Ecological Modeling Evolution, Genomics, 
Immunobiology, Invertebrate Biology, Marine Ecology, Metabolomics, 
Phylogeny, Proteomics, and Transcriptomics. *_Responsibilities_*:  Teach 
undergraduate/graduate courses, conduct research, publish in their areas 
of specialty, seek external funding, and participate in activities and 
projects in the department, as well as the College of Natural Sciences 
and the Río Piedras Campus. *One Teaching Faculty position in: 
*Organismal or Integrative Biology.*_Requirements_*: PhD or equivalent 
degree in Biology and post-doctoral experience. The successful candidate 
should demonstrate a solid academic preparation and commitment to 
excellence in teaching at the undergraduate level. Preference will be 
given to candidates capable of developing a teaching and research 
program in Organismal or Integrative Biology. *_Responsibilities_*: 
Teach and coordinate General Biology, coordinate the General Biology 
laboratories, contribute to curriculum development, provide academic 
counseling for undergraduate students, conduct research, publish in 
their area of expertise and/or science education, seek external funding, 
and participate in activities and projects in the department, as well as 
the College of Natural Sciences and the Río Piedras Campus. *Evaluation 
will start on September 15, 2013 and applications will be received until 
positions are filled.  Please send a curriculum vitae, a statement 
describing past and future research plans, a teaching philosophy 
statement, and the names and addresses of three references.* Dr. Carmen 
S. Maldonado-Vlaar, csmaldonado.upr at gmail.com 
<mailto:csmaldonado.upr at gmail.com>, Chair, Department of Biology, 
University of Puerto Rico, P O Box 23360, San Juan, PR  00931. *Expected 
starting date: January 2014*. These tenure track positions are published 
in www.uprrp.edu <http://www.uprrp.edu>.

Jim

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James D. Ackerman, Ph.D.
Professor & Director of UPRRP Natural History Collections
University of Puerto Rico
Department of Biology
PO Box 23360
San Juan PR 00931-3360
USA
787-764-0000 ext. 2023, 2900
http://herbario.uprrp. <http://www.herbarium.uprr.pr>edu





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