Postdoc in quantitative ecology with Peter Adler at Utah State (UPDATED)

Regular guest poster Peter Adler of Utah State University is looking for a postdoc in quantitative ecology. The position is associated with an NSF-funded project to model environmentally-driven population dynamics and apply the models to long-term datasets from semi-arid plant communities. The position would involve lots of collaboration with some great people (Peter himself, Steve Ellner, Robin Snyder, Giles Hooker).

Full details here.

UPDATE: Apparently the job ad neglects to mention that salary starts at $40,000/year and the position is funded for 2.5 years. (ht Margaret Kosmala, via the comments)

5 thoughts on “Postdoc in quantitative ecology with Peter Adler at Utah State (UPDATED)

  1. It doesn’t mention it in the jobs link, but the flyer going around by email mentions: “Salary starts at $40,000 and the position is funded for over 2.5 yrs,” which seems like a rather useful bit of information to know if you’re thinking of applying.

  2. I appreciated the detailed description of what it means to be a researcher, i.e:

    Physical Requirements-Nearly Continuously:
    * Sitting
    * Repetitive hand motion (such as typing)
    * Hearing,listening
    * Talking

    Physical Requirements-Often:
    * Standing
    * Walking
    * Bending
    * Stooping
    * Climbing Stairs
    * Kneeling, squatting
    * Crouching
    * Pulling, pushing
    * Lifting – up to 20 pounds

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