Job Summary

 
Official Job Title :
Associate Professor
University or Organization :
Washington State University
State or Territory :
Washington
Application Deadline :
Jan 04, 2019
 
Descriptive Job Title :
Entomology Assistant or Associate Professor of Insect Systematics
Keywords separated by commas :
Entomoloy,Associate Professor,Insect,Systematics
Location :
Pullman
Area, Department or Unit :
Entomology
Full/Part Time :
Full
Salary :
Competitive salary commensurate with qualifications and experience
Start Date:
Aug 16, 2019
Description:
The Department of Entomology at Washington State University is seeking an Assistant or Associate Professor to develop an innovative, nationally and internationally recognized research and teaching program in insect systematics. This 12-month, tenure-track position begins August 16, 2019, negotiable. The successful applicant is expected to develop a nationally and internationally recognized, externally funded systematics research and teaching program, and use molecular approaches to contribute to arthropod systematics and phylogenetic research. Expectations also include conducting research relevant to Washingtons diverse agricultural industries and direction of the M. T. James Entomological Collection.
Position Category:
Additional Description, Instructions or Comments:
The successful candidate will support and mentor entomology graduate students and post-doctoral scientists, and teach a graduate course in Insect Taxonomy/Systematics and other courses as designated by the department/university. Required: Earned Ph.D. in Entomology or related discipline at the date of hire. Preferred: Demonstrated ability to develop a high-quality, extramurally funded research program addressing some aspect of insect systematics; analyze molecular, morphological, and phylogenomic data to understand species boundaries and relationships within/among arthropod species; and publish their research in high quality, peer reviewed journals. Experience developing computational tools and other methods for systematics research. Desire and capacity to apply systematic and genomic approaches to benefit agricultural production systems, including potatoes, in the Pacific Northwest US. Demonstrated abilities to manage the M. T. James Entomological Collection. Demonstrated success in collaborative/team research projects. Demonstrated effectiveness in developing and delivering graduate level courses, and evidence of a commitment to excellence in graduate education.Screening of application materials begins January 4, 2019, and will continue until the position is filled. All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply. For a complete position description see the Notice of Vacancy with all required and preferred qualifications at entomology.wsu.edu/directory/current-vacancies/, and to apply visit www.wsujobs.com and search #: 128207 (www.wsujobs.com/postings/41048). For additional information on Washington State University, the College of Agricultural Human and Natural Resource Sciences or the Department of Entomology, visit cahnrs.wsu.edu and entomology.wsu.edu. EEO/AA/ADA
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ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS

Minimum education level :
Earned Ph.D. in entomology or a related discipline at the date of hire
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Application URL:
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APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Contact :
Carol Black
Email :
Phone Number with Area Code :
509-335-5425
Application Instructions :
Applications must include: (1) cover letter addressing the candidates expertise and qualifications for the position; (2) current curriculum vitae; (3) statement of research goals and vision (2 page max); (4) statement of teaching philosophy (1 page max); (5) electronic copies of graduate and undergraduate academic transcripts; and (6) contact information for four professional references. Contact Carol Black, Search Chair, at ramsay@wsu.edu or 509-335-5425 with questions about this position. All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply.