Positions in Physiological Ecology and Related Areas
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Please select a position level in the frame to the left. These listings are not exhaustive and represent those that have been submitted, plus selected ones posted to e-mail groups. The table at the top of the listings is sorted first by review or closing date, then by posting date. If no review date is specified, we assume the review date is the same as the posting date. For jobs with no review date listed, you should assume that applications are being accepted immediately and apply as soon as possible. In the full listings below the table, we try to group faculty and postdoc positions by area of research, with physiological ecology positions listed first. Graduate, staff/technician, and undergraduate positions are sorted alphabetically by sponsoring institution. Since almost all faculty or postdoc job ads include the phrases "Application review will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Salary is negotiable commensurate with qualifications. Excellent health and retirement benefits. A background check is required for employment. Equal Access/Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.", these are not included in the individual listings. It is safe to assume that this language applies to all US ads on this site, unless otherwise specified. All Canadian job ads include language similar to "The University of X is committed to employment equity. Members of designated groups (women, aboriginal people, people with disabilities and visible minorities) are encouraged to self-identify in their applications. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply: however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority." Graduate student ads almost always contain phrases like "Salary is competitive and includes health insurance and tuition waiver. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled." These are always deleted, since they pertain to almost all ads unless otherwise specified. For any job, you should assume that review begins immediately unless otherwise specified. Salary, benefits, and hiring policies are only mentioned in a job ad when they are specific and/or markedly different from the rest. Suggestions for improving this site are welcome. Thanks!
To list a position here, please send an email with the job title and brief ad (plain text in the body of an e-mail message is best) to Rob Jackson and Will Cook. Please specify which page you would like it to appear on. We don't currently list volunteer or near-volunteer positions (e.g., minimal stipend interns, B.S. positions paying <$10/hr with no benefits). If the full job ad is available online, please send the link. All ads are edited to make them as concise as possible - please try to keep the word count below 250. Superfluous verbiage will be ruthlessly deleted; excessively lengthy job ads will not be posted. To mark a position as filled, just send us an e-mail with a copy of the ad pasted into the body of the email. We'll add [position filled] to the ad and gray the text. We don't remove old job ads so that people searching for jobs can review what's been advertised in the past.
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