The successful applicant will be expected to sustain an independent and externally funded research program, teach two courses per year at the undergraduate or graduate levels, and train graduate students.

Opportunities exist for interacting with the Bonanza Creek (BNZ) Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) program, which investigates the interactive effects of changing climate and disturbance regimes on the boreal forest of interior Alaska and associated consequences for climatic feedbacks and sustainability of subsistence-based Alaskan communities.

Applicants must have earned a PhD in Ecology or related discipline and have records of research and teaching, extramural funding, publications, and graduate mentoring commensurate with the rank of appointment. The position will be a joint appointment between the Institute of Arctic Biology and the Department of Biology and Wildlife at UAF.

Review of applications begins: Saturday, 15 October 2011.
The position will be open until filled.

For the full position description or to apply, please go to:

For questions, please contact:
Roger Ruess