Research Associate/ Senior Research Associate Natural Resources located at Little Moose Old Forge New York
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND LIFE SCIENCES
LITTLE MOOSE OLD FORGE NEW YORK
POSITION: Research Associate/Senior Research Associate, Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
STARTING DATE: On or after June 1, 2019
LOCATION: Department of Natural Resources Located at the Little Moose Field Station near Old Forge New York
RESPONSIBILITIES: The successful candidate will plan, conduct, and report original research addressing the conservation and management of freshwater fish populations in Adirondack ecosystems in collaboration with the Program Director of the Adirondack Fishery Research Program (AFRP). The successful candidate will be the primary liaison between the AFRP and a longstanding network of private and public cooperators. This position will build upon AFRP’s 70-year legacy of research that addresses the practical consequences of environmental change for the ecology and management of aquatic ecosystems and associated fisheries throughout the Adirondack region (please see http://www2.dnr.cornell.edu/cek7/afrp_index.htm).
Duties will include managing and operating the Little Moose Field Station near Old Forge, New York, which includes an experimental fish hatchery, lab space, and facility providing temporary housing for AFRP staff, graduate students and summer interns. Supervision of seasonal staff and interns will also be required, as well as effective collaboration with other long-term project staff. Service to Adirondack stakeholders through education and dynamic outreach efforts is also expected. The Senior Research Associate will be expected to attract extramural research funding, and to contribute to expanding the AFRP legacy of publishing peer-reviewed journal articles.
The position entails a full-time appointment with a three-year term, with subsequent reappointment contingent on availability of funding and satisfactory performance.
- Ph.D. in fisheries science, aquatic ecology or an affiliated discipline
- Considerable experience conducting empirical research related to AFRP objectives
- Evidence of ability to collaborate successfully with other researchers
- Evidence of ability to collaborate successfully with management agencies and other stakeholders in conducting and applying research results to practical challenges
- Evidence of ability to attract extramural research funding
ADDITIONAL DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:
- Prior postdoctoral research experience
- Experience leading outreach and education events for public audiences
- Demonstrated interest in addressing climate change, species invasions, and other current challenges to the continued productivity of Adirondack fisheries
SALARY: A competitive salary will be provided, commensurate with background and experience within the Senior Research Associate rank at Cornell. Cornell Senior Research Associates receive an attractive fringe benefits package.
APPLICATIONS: Electronic application submission is through Academic Jobs Online
Applications should include a letter of application, current curriculum vitae, statement of research interests and accomplishments, names (including mailing and email addresses, and phone numbers) of three references, three relevant publications and a Statement of contribution to diversity, equity and inclusion via the website. Review of applications will begin on April 12, 2019 and continue until the position is filled.
Inquiries should be directed to Dr. Clifford Kraft, Adirondack Fisheries Senior Research Associate Search Committee Chair, 203 Fernow Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853, Tel (607) 255-2775, email: [email protected]
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