H. T. Harvey & Associates has an immediate opening for a full-time plant ecologist to conduct field studies, including plant community mapping, rare plant surveys, and wetland assessments and delineations.
The Milwaukee Public Museum seeks qualified applicants to serve as the application administrator of MPM’s Collection Management System (Axiell EMu) (75%) and support digitization and research efforts of cultural and biodiversity collections (25%).
The Billie L. Turner Plant Resources Center at the University of Texas at Austin has an opening for the Assistant Curator of the herbaria. This is a full-time, non-research position with benefits. Collections include more than a million specimens, and the Curator and Assistant Curator work with a number of part-time hourly employees (mainly undergraduate students) to keep the facility running.
Denver Botanic Gardens seeks a Head Curator to coordinates the growth, improvement, and support of biodiversity research efforts and maintain all natural history collections at the highest industry standards.
H. T. Harvey & Associates has an immediate opening in their Los Gatos office for an experienced senior-level plant ecologist and permitting expert.
A two-year, full-time faculty position in Plant Ecology. Applicants whose research integrates field and collection-based studies, and that uses molecular techniques to address questions related to systematics or evolution of vascular plants are encouraged to apply. Possibility to continue as tenure-track position after completion of the visiting appointment.
Desert Botanical Garden is seeking a Research Scientist with an area of specialization in any aspect of the biology and conservation of New World succulent plants, with special emphasis on cactus and agaves. Deadline: 15 April 2019
Applicants are sought for a permanent, tenure-track position as Curator of the Gary A. Fewless Herbarium (UWGB) and Assistant Professor of Biology at University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. The deadline to ensure consideration of application is Wednesday, 6 March 2019.
An immediate opening in the Los Gatos office for a full-time, entry-level plant ecologist to conduct field studies, including plant community mapping, rare plant surveys, and wetland assessments and delineations, and prepare a variety of reports/technical studies, including biological resource reports, and natural resource management plans.
The Department of Biological Sciences at Eastern Kentucky University is accepting applications for a Plant Biologist/Botanist at the rank of Assistant professor. This is a 9-month, tenure-track position to begin August 15, 2019.