|Agency, Location||USGS Coop Unit Mississippi|
|Salary||$76,721-$118,603 per year|
The Mississippi Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research unit is seeking a research scientist with the ability and/or experience to develop a research program on ecological and evolutionary drivers of invasion biology. The incumbent research program should address aspects such as: (1) species, habitat, and ecosystem impacts of invasive species and responses to directed management; (2) mechanisms of invasion; (3) invasion dynamics; (4) understanding the causes and consequences of large-scale environmental changes (past, present or projected) on species invasions and management, and (5) restoration solutions for post-invasion resilience in communities and ecosystems. The candidate will teach graduate level classes in their area of expertise, supervise graduate students and/or post-doctoral fellows and may pursue additional research relevant to applied fish and wildlife management.
A Ph.D. in fish or wildlife science or management, or related fields. This is a federal position with USGS.Ad
Closing Date: 6/13/20
Steve Miranda (email: [email protected])
link: DEU – https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/568256400 (application procedure)