[ECOLOG-L] Job: Assistant or Associate Professor of Ecohydrology

The School of Natural Resources and the
Environment (SNRE;
http://ift.tt/1uK7mn3) at the University of Arizona (UA)
(http://www.arizona.edu/)
seeks outstanding applicants for a tenure-eligible position in
Ecohydrology at the rank of advanced Assistant or Associate
Professor of Ecohydrology excited to join our growing
interdisciplinary faculty and complement our existing research
strengths. Successful applicants will be expected to continue
their externally funded research program focused on interactions
between the biosphere and the hydrological cycle, and to
contribute to excellence in teaching and outreach within the
School of Natural Resources and the Environment. We encourage
applications from candidates with a strong physical science focus
and research interests in one or more of the following areas:
riparian systems, water supply and water quality, stream
hydrology, applied geomorphology, ecophysiology, biometeorology,
the soil-water-plant continuum, sustainability and conservation of
water resources. This position offers the opportunity for
applicants to engage in multiple exciting interdisciplinary
initiatives including research made possible through the School’s
partnerships with the Critical Zone Observatory Network, the Santa
Rita Experimental Range, the Walnut Gulch Experimental Watershed,
the Landscape Evolution Observatory at Biosphere 2, the National
Ecological Observatory Network (NEON).

SNRE, has strong research, teaching and
outreach programs in wildlife and fisheries ecology;
conservation biology; eco-hydrology and watershed management;
rangeland ecology, restoration, and management; global change
ecology and management; and arid lands research. SNRE is also
host to multiple cooperators from both the federal (the USGS
Arizona Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, the USGS
Sonoran Desert Research Station, the National Park Service
Desert Southwest Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit, the USGS
Southwest Climate Science Center, the National Phenology
Network) and state (Game and Fish Dept., Dept. of
Transportation, Dept. of Environmental Quality) agencies. Our
cooperative extension personnel have strong connections to
landowners throughout Arizona.

Diversity of thought, background, and
experience powers our culture of innovation, success, and
life-changing discovery. We welcome candidates who have the
academic qualifications appropriate for the appointment at the
rank of advanced assistant or associate professor and the
ability to work effectively within a broadly diverse community
of students and scholars.

 

Applications must include: a (i) cover
letter, (ii) curriculum vitae, (iii) statement of research (2-3
pages) and teaching (2-3 pages) interests, and (iv) the names
and contact information of 3-5 references. Within these
materials we ask the applicant to explain how they will work to
engage and support underrepresented groups in research and in
the classroom. We also request that the candidate nominate two
published articles that exemplify the current direction of their
research. Applicants can apply online at
http://ift.tt/2jmSIVh.

Review of applications will commence February
3, 2017 and continue until a suitable candidate is found. Start
date is negotiable.

 

Direct questions about the position to the
chair of the search committee: David Moore, (davidjpmoore (at)
email.arizona.edu).

 

David JP Moore

Associate Professor

School of Natural Resources and the
Environment

ENR2 Bldg. N415

1064 E. Lowell Street

The University of Arizona

Tucson, AZ 85721

 

Office: N415

Phone: 520 621 9998

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https://twitter.com/DJPMoore

 

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