The Coastal Oregon Marine Experiment Station at Oregon State University
(OSU) is recruiting for a full-time, 9-month, tenure-track
Assistant/Associate Professor who will serve as the State Fisheries
Geneticist. Major duties include (a) performing applied research and
providing technical advice on the use of genetic tools for freshwater
and marine fish conservation and fisheries management; and (b) working
in partnership with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW)
to define genetic information needs and build programmatic capacity to
collect, store, retrieve, analyze and use genetic information for
fisheries science and management applications. This position is
jointly funded and supervised by OSU and ODFW and will be based in
Newport, Oregon at the Hatfield Marine Science Center. Required
qualifications include a Doctorate in Genetics, Fisheries or a related
field. Preferred qualifications include a record of successful
collaborative research with partners outside of academia and a
demonstrable commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity. To
review the posting and apply, go to Apply
to posting ?#?P00377UF?. For full consideration apply by 07/31/2016. OSU
is an AA/EOE/Vets/Disabled.

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