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  • Tom A. Alberg and Judith Beck Chair in Native Plant Regeneration
    University of Idaho
    Forest, Rangeland, & Fire Sciences


    [b]University of Idaho

    Tom A. Alberg and Judith Beck Chair in Native Plant Regeneration[/b][/center]

    [b]Location:[/b] Moscow

    [b]Division/College:[/b] College of Natural Resources

    [b]Employee Category:[/b] Faculty

    [b]Pay Range:[/b] $65,000 to $97,400

    [b]Full/Part Time:[/b] Full Time

    [b]Position Summary:[/b]

    The Department of Forest, Rangeland, and Fire Sciences (FRFS) and College of Natural Resources (CNR) at the University of Idaho invites applications and nominations for the Tom A. Alberg and Judith Beck Endowed Chair in Native Plant Regeneration. We seek a transformative leader and scholar committed to promoting the regeneration of native plants in forest and rangeland ecosystems, as well as a demonstrated commitment to the instruction of the next generation of forest and rangeland professionals.

    The Tom A. Alberg and Judith Beck Endowed Chair in Native Plant Regeneration was established to recognize and encourage faculty excellence in forest nursery and seedling management, research and advancement for native plant regeneration. The position is located in Moscow, Idaho, home of the Franklin H. Pitkin Forest Nursery and Seedling Assessment Laboratory within the Center for Forest Nursery and Seedling Research. The Center is a global leader in native plant regeneration education and research, and the Pitkin Forest Nursery is one of only three such university-directed forest nurseries in the United States, and the only facility in the West. The endowed chair will provide leadership in research, teaching, and outreach activities that promote the regeneration, use, and/or ecology of native plants, as well as mentoring and preparing students to become leaders in a variety of fields, including forestry, rangeland management, ecosystem restoration, nursery management, and horticulture.

    The position is an academic year, tenure track appointment, and is available at the assistant or associate professor level.

    [b]Minimum Qualifications:[/b]

    PhD in Forestry, Plant Science, Horticulture, Restoration Ecology or related field

    Excellent written and oral communication skills

    [b]Preferred Qualifications:[/b]

    Demonstrated ability to develop a nationally and internationally recognized and extramurally funded research program
    Demonstrated ability and excellence in science application and stakeholder engagement
    Demonstrated ability in in mentoring students to succeed
    Experience in native plant regeneration and restoration
    Experience in teaching university courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level

    [b]Physical Requirements & Working Conditions:[/b]

    [b]Posting Number:[/b] F000622P

    [b]Posting Date:[/b] 10/10/2017

    [b]Closing Date:[/b]

    [b]Open Until Filled:[/b] Yes

    [b]Special Instructions:[/b]

    Position will remain open until filled. Review of applicants will begin January 8, 2018.

    Applicants must submit:

    Cover letter describing your qualifications for this position

    Curriculum Vitae

    Statement of teaching, research, and outreach

    Names and contact information for three references

    [b]Background Check:[/b] Applicants who are selected as final possible candidates may be required to pass a criminal background check.

    [b]To apply, please visit:[/b] [url=][/url]

    [b]EEO Statement[/b]

    University of Idaho is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer.

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