Fisheries Jobs

Summer Research Program Massachusetts 12/12/2018 +

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Organization:Harvard University

Location:Petersham, Massachusetts

Job Description:

Explore Harvard’s 4,000-acre outdoor laboratory & classroom in Petersham, Massachusetts.

May 27 to August 9, 2019

A summer of mentored research in

  • Forest Carbon Dynamics in Air & Soils
  • Ecosystem Transformation: Invasive Species Impacts
  • Advancing Conservation
  • Computer Science Solutions for Big Data
  • Remote Sensing of Changing Forest Canopies
  • Tree Ring Analysis: Telling Climate Stories

11 weeks residential program
$5775 stipend and travel
Full room & board and meal plan

Apply online (by Feb. 1, 2019)

Apply By:2/1/2019

Posted By: KBrasher

Assistant Professor Oklahoma 11/8/2018 +

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Organization:Oklahoma State University

Location:Stillwater, Oklahoma

Job Description:

The Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management (NREM) at Oklahoma State University invites applications for a full‐time, eleven‐month, tenure‐track position (60% research and 40% teaching) at the rank of Assistant Professor in Quantitative Ecology. The research appointment is in the Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station (OAES) and the teaching appointment is in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR). This position reports directly to the department head. Oklahoma State University is a leading land‐grant university in a region represented by an environmental gradient that ranges from pine and oak forests in eastern Oklahoma with >1400 mm of rainfall to shortgrass prairie and pinyon‐juniper rangelands with <450 mm of rainfall in the western panhandle. The NREM department is composed of a diverse group of faculty with expertise in aquatics, fisheries, forestry, rangelands, and wildlife resources, employs 20 faculty and 9 support staff, and also houses the Oklahoma Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit.

The successful candidate will develop an active research program in Quantitative Ecology to answer complex questions related to natural resource measurement or management using modeling, statistics, or other mathematical approaches in cooperation with NREM faculty and other natural resource professionals. The individual is expected to develop an independent research program and to participate in collaborative, interdisciplinary research and teaching activities with appropriate departments and OAES faculty. Working relationships with other OSU units and professionals within the region and the nation are strongly encouraged and expected. The successful candidate will teach two undergraduate courses and one graduate level course.

Specific responsibilities include:

  1. Establish a nationally recognized, externally funded research program concordant with the land grant mission that focuses on the quantitative ecology of natural resources, i.e. forests, rangelands, wildlife and fisheries resources.
  2. Initial teaching responsibilities will address forest and timber measurements involving a blend of theory, practical application, and field‐based experience in the undergraduate forestry program, and a graduate level course in statistical, analytical, and modeling approaches relevant to natural resources management. Additional teaching responsibilities will be based upon department needs and faculty expertise.
  3. . Recruit, mentor, and train graduate students.
  4. Advise and mentor undergraduate students.
  5. Serve on Departmental, Division and University committees appropriate to interests, responsibilities, and organizational mission.


  1. A natural resources, biostatistics, or closely related field from an accredited university is required. One or more degrees in Forestry at any level is required.
  2. Demonstrated ability and strong interest in instruction and advisement of undergraduate and graduate students.
  3. Demonstrated ability and strong interest in collaborative research with natural resource research scientists and other natural resource professionals to develop and maintain an active research program, to include publishing in leading scientific journals, and demonstrated interest and ability to seek and secure extramural funding to support research.

Application Procedures:
Applications must be submitted online at: (search by keyword req5841)

Applicants should submit: 1) a cover letter, 2) statement of research interests and philosophy, 3) statement of teaching interests and philosophy, 4) curriculum vitae, 5) academic transcripts, 6) up to three reprints of journal publications, and 7) contact information for three references. Review of applications will begin on January 10, 2019 and will continue until a suitable applicant is identified. The position will be filled by June 1, 2019 or as soon thereafter as a qualified candidate is available. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

For more information about the department, visit

Questions concerning this position should be directed to:
Dr. Tom Kuzmic, Chair Search and Screen Committee
Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management
Oklahoma State University
008 Agricultural Hall Room C
Stillwater Oklahoma 74078‐6013
(405) 744‐5463 or 744‐5438

Apply By:1/10/2019

Posted By: KBrasher

Natural Resource Instructor - Camp Leopold South Carolina 11/26/2018 +

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Organization:South Carolina Waterfowl Association

Location:Pinewood, South Carolina

Job Description:


The South Carolina Waterfowl Association is looking for a Natural Resource Instructor for Camp Leopold, a program designed to immerse students in the outdoors and develop an understanding and appreciation for the natural world. Instructors will teach school groups from all over the state of South Carolina on a 1, 2, or 2.5 day program. The instructor will help prepare the facility for upcoming groups, teach classes ranging from wetland ecosystems to team building, and ensure that teachers and students alike are given an enjoyable, engaging, and enlightening trip.

Housing will be provided at our 587-acre Wildlife Education Center (WEC) in our VIP Cabin, which is less than a mile from Lake Marion and within an hour's drive of both Charleston and Columbia. Meals will be provided when school groups are attending (meals are not provided on weekends or when the facility has not been booked) and there are laundry facilities on site. Candidates may be considered for other employment options within the organization after successfully demonstrating the ability to perform expected duties.

The position will begin February 1st and run through May 2019, with the option to extend through August 2019. For more information on our Camp Leopold program, please visit our website at:


Required Education:

Bachelor's Degree preferred.

Required Experience:

Experience teaching children preferred.



-Candidates must have or be working towards a
Bachelor's degree in environmental education, natural resources, wildlife
sciences, or a related field.

-Candidates must possess a valid Driver's License.

-Experience working with youth in a learning

-Ability to work nontraditional hours, sometimes
in adverse weather conditions.

-Candidates will represent Camp Leopold and the
South Carolina Waterfowl Association in an appropriate manner.

-Enthusiasm, initiative, and passion for teaching youth
about the outdoors is a must.



Apply By:1/26/2019



9833 Old River Rd. Pinewood, SC 29125

Posted By: Tancey Cullum

Professor and Head Tennessee 11/8/2018 +

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Organization:University of Tennessee

Location:Knoxville, Tennessee

Job Description:

The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture (UTIA) is seeking applications for the position of Professor and Head of the Department of Forestry, Wildlife, and Fisheries. This is a 12-month, tenured position located in Knoxville, Tennessee.

A land-grant institution, The University of Tennessee is headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, and is the flagship campus of The University of Tennessee. Nestled in the shadows of the Great Smoky Mountains, we are located in the ideal setting for the study of natural resources, forestry, recreation, wildlife, fisheries, forest products, and the environment.

The Department Head’s responsibilities include leadership of a multidisciplinary natural resources program in forestry, wildlife, fisheries, biomass, and wood science. The Head has administrative responsibility for curriculum and academic affairs, research and Extension programs, personnel and facilities, and financial matters of the department. The Head is responsible for developing and maintaining strong working relationships with UTIA administrators and other academic departments, government agencies, industry, and the private sector. The Head is required to have the vision and personal attributes to lead a diverse faculty. The Head will help identify appropriate funding opportunities in keeping with the Land Grant mission. The Knoxville campus of the University of Tennessee is seeking candidates who have the ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the diversity and intercultural goals of the University.

Candidates must have an earned doctorate in forestry, wildlife, fisheries, natural resources, wood science, or a closely related field with nationally recognized accomplishments in teaching, research, or Extension and evidence of a scholarly record to qualify for tenure as a full professor.

Additionally, candidates must demonstrate the following:

  • A keen appreciation of teaching, research, and Extension and disciplines within the department is necessary.
  • Experience in supervision/personnel management, fiscal management, and team leadership.
  • Skills to communicate effectively with people at all levels.
  • Ability to provide progressive leadership for multidisciplinary programs.
  • Involvement in appropriate professional societies.
  • A strong commitment to professional development of faculty, staff, and students.
  • Evidence of effective interaction with industry, governmental, and non-governmental agencies.

Compensation is competitive and will be based on education, experience, and qualifications. UT offers a comprehensive benefits package to all regular employees, including health and dental insurance, life insurance, and multiple retirement plans.

The Search Committee will review and continue to receive applications until an appointment is made. Nominations of qualified individuals are sought and should be sent via electronic means to the Chair of the Search Committee at the address shown below. Prospective candidates from underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Review of applications will begin January 1, 2019. Applications should include: (1) a letter of application summarizing the applicant’s qualifications and vision of departmental leadership; (2) a complete curriculum vitae; and (3) names, addresses, email addresses, and telephone numbers of at least five professional references that the Search Committee may contact.

Application materials should be submitted electronically as attachments to: Lois Stinnett (

Nominations and other inquiries should be addressed to:
Dr. Danielle Julie Carrier, Search Committee Chair
Professor and Head
Department of Biosystems Engineering and Soil Science
2506 E.J. Chapman
The University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN 37996-4563
Phone: 865-974-7305

Apply By:1/1/2019

Posted By: KBrasher