The purpose of this announcement is to identify highly motivated researchers from a variety of social and social science disciplines interested in joining the Institute for a Sustainable Environment to assist with or lead nationally-relevant natural resource, environmental, and sustainability research. The Institute is the University of Oregon’s oldest sustainability-oriented research center, and has an interdisciplinary faculty with interests in sustainable rural development, natural resource and environmental policy, green jobs, biodiversity conservation, land use and management, collaboration, conservation practices, ecological restoration, geography, green building design, renewable energy, health policy, climate change, and other related issues. Additional information about the Institute for a Sustainable Environment can be found at http://sustainable.uoregon.edu/.
Position: The applicant pool will be used to identify highly motivated, high quality candidates interested in contributing to existing institute applied research and technical assistance projects. Job duties will vary depending on the particular position and the available funding, and can include:
TERMS OF APPOINTMENT
Positions as non-career, non-tenure track, and may be full or part time. Positions will be for one year or less with the possibility for renewal for up to three years depending on performance, funding, and need. There may be instances when need, funding and employee contribution result in an ongoing employment opportunity. Applications will be accepted on a continuous basis and screening of applications will take place as needed. Hires out of this pool may be subject to a criminal background check.
TO APPLY: Please email your application to Dorothy Bollman at email@example.com. Include all of the items in a single PDF file in the order listed below.
Applications will be reviewed upon receipt for inclusion in the pool.
The University of Oregon is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. The successful candidate will support and enhance a diverse learning and working environment.