Position available, Assistant Professor in Systematic Entomology (School of Environmental Sciences) at the University of Guelph (Canada),
Full details can be found here: http://www.uoguelph.ca/facultyjobs/postings/ad19-28.shtml
The deadline for applications is 26th June.
The School of Environmental Sciences (SES) at the University of Guelph invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level.
The University is seeking qualified applicants in the field of entomology with a research focus in insect diversity, taxonomy and phylogeny in the contexts of agricultural applications, climate change, conservation, biodiversity, and environmental stressors. The ideal candidate will be familiar with and able to conduct research that integrates both morphological and molecular approaches. The successful candidate will be expected to build a robust research program and collaborate on a national and international scale. They will interact with the Curator of the University of Guelph Insect Collection and both utilize and build the potential in the Collection to address broad societal and systematic questions. Applicants must have a PhD in entomology with a publication record demonstrating expertise in insect systematics. Candidates will demonstrate significant potential for research excellence and will be expected to build a strong publication record in internationally recognized, peer-reviewed journals.
The position will require the development of a strong federally- and provincially-funded research program involving the mentoring of graduate and undergraduate students. It will involve teaching courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, related to entomology. The successful candidate will demonstrate a clear potential for effective teaching, with classroom experience considered an asset. Strong communication skills are essential. Collaboration in research and graduate training, both within the School and University, and with federal and provincial ministries, is encouraged. Faculty in SES are expected to provide service to the University, scientific community, and to society at large.
The School of Environmental Sciences is a multi-disciplinary academic unit with researchers in a range of fields including: soil science, geology, agricultural meteorology, forest and ecosystem science, environmental microbiology, environmental toxicology, entomology and plant pathology. Researchers in the School have links across campus including Geography, Engineering, Integrative Biology, the Biodiversity Institute of Ontario, the Centre for Applied Groundwater Research, Animal Biosciences, Ridgetown Campus and Plant Agriculture, as well as with producer organizations and members of the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. The School sits within the Ontario Agriculture College and is located on the main campus in the city of Guelph. More information can be found on the websites for the School of Environmental Sciences, the Ontario Agricultural College and the University of Guelph.
The University of Guelph is the second-largest employer in Guelph, a city of approximately 130,000 people, located about an hour drive west of Toronto, Ontario. University of Guelph is a top-ranked comprehensive university in Canada with an enrolment of about 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students across over 40 academic units. The University is known for its commitment to student learning, innovative research, and collaboration with world-class partners. It is a unique place, with transformative research and teaching and a distinctive campus culture. People who learn and work here are shaped and inspired by a shared purpose: To Improve Life. Reflecting that shared purpose in every experience connected to our university positions us to create positive change, here and around the world. Our University community shares a profound sense of social responsibility, a drive for international development, and an obligation to address global issues.