The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Tennessee seeks a post-doctoral research associate to study biological invasions and invasion science. This is a full-time, endowment-funded position with 1 year of support, renewable up to 2 years, start date April 30, or to be negotiated. The associate will conduct literature searches and reviews, network analyses, and quantitative syntheses of aspects of invasion science. In close collaboration, the associate will write manuscripts, and the associate will also have the opportunity to develop independent related research projects. It may be possible to work remotely part of the time. Post-doctoral associates at the University of Tennessee have a competitive salary depending on years of experience and standard benefit package (health insurance, savings, etc.) as a university employee.
About The University of Tennessee The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology values the quality of life of all its members and is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse community and to supporting the intercultural goals of the University. The Department is a dynamic, collaborative group of 28 faculty and ~50 graduate students. Knoxville is an interesting city that has undergone a vibrant civic revitalization over the past several years. In the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Knoxville offers a broad spectrum of educational, recreational, and cultural opportunities.
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