We have an immediate opening in our Sacramento office for a full-time field biologist with a strong background in one or more of the following disciplines: botany, plant ecology, wetland ecology, natural resources management, restoration ecology, wildlife biology, or similar technical background. The field biologist will assist senior-level biologists in our office and throughout our firm with a variety of field surveys for special-status species, preparation of background studies and technical reports, preparation of permit application packages, habitat impact assessments, preparation of natural resources management and conservation plans, and habitat monitoring studies. The position involves work throughout Central and Northern California, and may require occasional overnight travel.
The position of Outreach Coordinator is available in the Cheadle Center for Biodiversity (CCBER) at the University of California, Santa Barbara as a full or part-time position. CCBER fulfills the University's mission of education, research, and outreach through its stewardship and restoration of campus lands and preservation and management of natural history collections.
The Department of Environmental and Plant Biology at Ohio University invites applications for a full time VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR position beginning August 16, 2018.
This is a letter from the ASPT leadership to society members in response to recent publication of "The Global Flora Special Edition, GLOVAP Nomenclature Part 1: Vol. 4"...
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The Krukoff Scientist will be responsible for conducting botanical research in the Africa and Madagascar Department, Science and Conservation Division.
The ASPT Membership Committee is happy to announce that the popular student travel grant lottery from previous years will continue this year. The ASPT Council approved awarding 45 travel grants, each for $300, to attend Botany 2018 in Rochester, MN from July 21 - 25, 2018. Please see the application form and instructions. or READ ON...
The TENN herbarium is seeking a highly organized, detail-oriented individual to join our department as the Herbarium Collections Manager. This key team member oversees the day-to-day management, preservation, and accessibility of our plant and fungal biodiversity collection, which includes specimen curation, record keeping, and monitoring specimen inflow/outflow. In addition, the Herbarium Collections Manager leads a team of undergraduate students and volunteer assistants with specimen curation and scientific outreach projects.
We are seeking a highly motivated PhD student to conduct research in the field of plant systematics, with an Arctic geographical focus.
The candidate will be enrolled at the University of Ottawa in the joint graduate program in biology (Ottawa Carleton Institute for Biology).
Tenure track, full-time position of Associate Investigator, level "C", in Systematic Botany (Instituto de Biologia - UNAM).
The Tucker Lichenologist at the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden is an endowed research scientist and curatorial position primarily responsible for performing lichenological research and curation in support of the Garden's mission. With ca. 35,600 specimens, the lichen collection at the Garden is the second largest in California and the fourth largest west of the Mississippi River. The Tucker Lichenologist will curate this important collection, serve as a regional lichen expert for western North America, and maintain an independent research program focusing on lichen biodiversity, taxonomy, systematics, and/or ecology.