|Agency, Location||Auburn University|
|Salary||commensurate with education and experience|
Work both independently and as part of a team researching the effects of dams/lock-and-dam structures on riverine fish populations. Help identify relevant questions, design and implement field and laboratory experiments to test those questions, analyze the data, publish results, present research findings at professional, stakeholder, and agency meetings.
Earned Ph.D. in Fisheries, Aquatic Ecology, or closely related field at the time employment begins. Must have experience working with fish populations using standard fisheries gears and equipment for sampling, experience with analyzing fisheries/ecological data sets, and experience with manuscript preparation and publication. The selected individual must be able to meet eligibility requirements for work in the United States by the start date and continue working legally for the proposed term of employment.