Ph.D. IN ECOLOGY AND LIFE HISTORY OF WILD HORSES ON SABLE ISLAND. Deadline to Apply: Contact by Oct 1, 2019.

Location: University of Saskatchewan, in partnership with University of Calgary

Principal Supervisor: Dr. Philip McLoughlin, University of Saskatchewan http://mcloughlinlab.ca/lab

Deadline to Apply: Contact by Oct 1, 2019

Salary: Dependent on internal scholarship (U of S Dean’s Scholarship Opportunity) or successful application for an NSERC Ph.D.-level scholarship

Start date: January 1st 2020 or May 1st 2020 (negotiable).

Project: We are looking to recruit a PhD student to contribute to our long-term, individual-based study of feral horses on Sable Island (Nova Scotia, Canada) initiated in 2007, with a particular interest in the ecological relationships underpinned by body size variation in horses at different life-history stages (e.g., dispersal, mate choice, survival, reproduction). As funding is limited, this advertisement is directed only at students eligible for applying to NSERC for a doctoral scholarship this fall. We are particularly looking for mature M.Sc. students that are interested in developing a Ph.D. program that can make use of and lead the archiving of long-term data the lab is collecting on body size and life histories of the horses on the island (>1200 life histories in the database, which is now one of the largest for a large vertebrate in the world). Sample sizes are large, with ~500 horses alive on the island as of Aug 2019. Next summer will be the 14th year of data collection, which includes summer censusing and identification of all individuals on the island using digital photography and body size estimation using parallel-laser calipers, and documentation of individual life histories with access to pedigree data. Molecular ecology and quantitative genetics questions would be addressed with collaborator Dr. Jocelyn Poissant, at the University of Calgary (https://vet.ucalgary.ca/contact-us/faculty-members/full-time/jocelyn-poissant). The student’s overall program will be a collaborative project benefiting from close interaction with the Poissant lab, with other opportunities to collaborate on campus or at other universities (e.g., Alastair Wilson at University of Exeter https://wilsonaj.wordpress.com/about/research/).

The student will spend up to 2 months on Sable Island each summer for fieldwork. Daily tasks, shared by the entire research team, will include walking censuses and photography of horses, collection of samples, laboratory work, identification of individuals from digital photographs, and database management. Students visiting Sable Island must work well in teams, deal well with life in a remote research station, be able to travel by small airplane, fishing trawler, helicopter, or frigate, and be reasonably fit as walking censuses require lots of hiking. Courses on first aid and driving all-terrain vehicles will be provided prior to fieldwork.

This position is scholarship-dependent; hence, preference will be given to Canadians who are competitive for a U of S Dean’s Scholarship and/or an NSERC scholarship. This will require M.Sc. publications and exceptionally good grades (GPA > 3.9) and a track record of past awards.

To apply send an email titled SABLE ISLAND PHD 2019 to philip.mcloughlin@usask.ca:

  • A short summary of research interests
  • Copies of your publications and description of role in these papers
  • A current CV
  • PDFs of undergraduate and graduate transcripts
  • The names and email addresses of 2 or 3 potential references
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MSc or PhD project: Evolutionary ecology of Tree swallows. Application deadline: 11 October 2019.

We are seeking to recruit a student at the MSc or PhD level to join our research team at the Département de biologie, Université de Sherbrooke, starting in January or May 2020.

Our research aims at assessing the effects of environmental heterogeneity on evolutionary-related parameters in a population of Tree swallows (Tachycineta bicolor). The research project of the candidate will thus be developed within this framework. The candidate will participate to a long-term study conducted in southern Québec since 2004 and will benefit from biological data collected on more than 13000 individuals. The candidate will contribute to field work (2-3 months each year) and should ideally have skills in handling birds and a good knowledge of statistical analyses. The Université de Sherbrooke is a French-speaking institution, therefore either some knowledge of French or an interest in learning it is essential.

Interested candidates should send a CV and a cover letter, as well as the contact information of two references before 11 October to:

Dany Garant : Dany.Garant@Usherbrooke.ca

https://labogarant.weebly.com/

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FUNDED PHD OR MSC POSITION IN BEHAVIOURAL AND COGNITIVE ECOLOGY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA

Funding is available for PhD or MSc students in Dr. Morand-Ferron’s lab, University Research Chair in Cognitive Ecology (http://mysite.science.uottawa.ca/jmorandf)

Research on cognitive processes (e.g. learning and memory) has historically targeted mechanistic questions via neurosciences and psychology, leaving evolutionary considerations mostly unexamined. As a consequence we still do not understand why cognitive abilities vary so drastically between or within species, or how they evolve in the wild1. Our research aims at quantifying individual variation in cognitive abilities, and investigating its causes (heritability, development, habitat) and consequences (life-history, fitness). 

The proposed model system is that of wild-caught field cricketsGryllus spp. Field crickets have been suggested to use spatial memory of landmarks around their burrow to navigate their environment. We have recently demonstrated that Gryllus texensis can learn the location of food in a maze2 and are now investigating causes and life-history correlates of the observed individual variation in maze performance. The student could pursue this line of research, or investigate other research avenues on individual variation in cognition and behaviour in field crickets. In particular, I am keen to recruit a student for a co-supervision with Dr Sue Bertram at Carleton University (https://suebertram.ca/) on the cognition behind alternative reproductive strategies in Gryllus texensis. 

Selected candidates will be guaranteed a paid position of 20 000$/year (4 years for PhD, 2 years for MSc). Canadian applicants with >80% CGPA in their last two years of studies automatically obtain a uOttawa scholarship covering tuition fees for the duration of their program. International PhD students pay tuition at the level of Canadian students (˜8000$/year). Ideal candidates would have research experience in behavioural ecology, animal cognition, and/or working with insects. The candidate should be excited to join a highly-collaborative research group. There is no deadline for the application, although Skype interviews will start early October and positions may be filled after this time. Start date: Sept 2020 or Jan 2021. 

To apply: Send a 1-page cover letter, resume, and latest unofficial transcript to jmf@uottawa.ca 

Feel free to share this ad. I look forward to reading your application letter.

Dr Julie Morand-Ferron

References:

1 MorandFerron et al. (2016). Studying the evolutionary ecology of cognition in the wild: a review of practical and conceptual challenges. Biological Reviews, 91, 367-389.

2 Doria et al. (2019). Spatial cognitive performance is linked to thigmotaxis in field crickets. Animal behaviour, 150, 15-25.

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Department of Integrative Biology External Call for the Position of Department Head, University of Windsor. Application deadline: September 23, 2019.

Position # 002174ADM60-2020-IBIO

The University of Windsor invites applications from outstanding individuals for the position of Department Head in the Department of Integrative Biology. The University is seeking an accomplished biology teacher and researcher whose leadership abilities and interpersonal skills will bring an integrative approach to a diverse department. The position will start no later than July 1, 2020, for a term of up to 5 years with the option for renewal. This position is subject to final budgetary approval.

The newly formed Department of Integrative Biology has 14 faculty and a large undergraduate and graduate student complement. The department maintains a strong research and teaching profile with special expertise in Ecology, Evolution, Genetics, Genomics, Neuroscience, and Physiology, with undergraduate degrees in Biological Sciences and Behaviour, Cognition and Neuroscience (BCN). The Department has strong core facilities including genetics, genomics, transcriptomics, flow cytometry, imaging, and proteomics and is directly connected to the University of Windsor central animal care facility. The Department has a close association with the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research (GLIER), with many faculty members cross-appointed to this research institute.

This successful candidate will hold a faculty position at the rank of Associate or Full Professor, with tenure. Preference will be given to candidates with previous administrative experience whose activities complement and strengthen research programs and teaching specializations within the Integrative Biology Department. Successful candidates will be expected to mount a productive and integrative research program, obtain external funding, and participate actively in graduate training and undergraduate teaching.

Application Requirements:

  • a letter of application, including a statement of citizenship/immigration status;
  • a detailed and current Curriculum Vitae;
  • a statement of administrative experience and approach (as stipulated in Schedule A of Senate Bylaw5)
  • a statement of research and teaching interests;
  • the name and contact information of three external Referees who may be contacted by the Chair of the Committee (not by the candidate).

Only those applicants selected for interview will be contacted. The short-listed candidates may be invited to provide further information in support of their applications. To ensure full consideration, complete an online application (http://www.uwindsor.ca/facultypositions) found on the job advertisement, and ensure referee contact information is submitted by the deadline date of September 23, 2019. Applications may be considered after the deadline date; however, acceptance of late submissions is at the discretion of the appointments committee.

Questions to be directed to:

Dr. Chris Houser, Chair of Search Committee, Dean, Faculty of Science University of Windsor, 401 Sunset Avenue, Windsor, Ontario, Canada, N9B 3P4 Tel: (519) 253-3000 Ext. 3010, E-mail: deanscience@uwindsor.ca

The University of Windsor is a comprehensive research and teaching institution with more than 15,500 students. We are a welcoming community committed to equity and diversity in our teaching, learning, and work environments. In pursuit of the University’s Employment Equity Plan, members from the designated groups (Women, Aboriginal Peoples, Visible Minorities, Persons with Disabilities, and Sexual Minorities) are encouraged to apply and to selfidentify. If you need an accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please notify the Faculty Recruitment Coordinator (recruit@uwindsor.ca). Should you require further information on accommodation, please visit the website of the Office of Human Rights, Equity & Accessibility (http://www.uwindsor.ca/ohrea). All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

www.uwindsor.ca/facultypositions

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Post-doctoral researcher and PhD student, University of Victoria

The Baum Lab (https://baumlab.weebly.com/) at the University of Victoria seeks to recruit a Post-doctoral researcher and a PhD student to investigate mechanisms of coral resilience to climate change. The projects will draw upon molecular, ecological, and oceanographic data collected over the past decade as part of the Baum Lab’s long-term field program on Kiritimati (Christmas Island) in the central equatorial Pacific Ocean. Experience in molecular and/or microbial ecology strongly desired. Interested postdoctoral candidates should also have excellent programming skills, advanced knowledge of bioinformatics and statistics, experience working with large data sets. Aspects of this research could also focus on coral genetics and/or stable isotopes, so interest and experience in these areas could also be beneficial. Experience in coral reef ecosystems beneficial but not required.

The new post-doc or student will join a productive and collegial lab, and will be able to interact with a strong group of ecologists and conservation biologists at UVic. She/he could also spend 1-2 semesters working with our international coral collaborators.

Post-doctoral candidates must have completed their PhD by Spring or Summer 2020, and have excellent academic and publication records. PhD candidates must have completed an MSc degree or a BSc Honours by Spring or Summer 2020. Relevant work or research experience is also considered an asset. Owing to funding requirements, admission to the lab for these positions requires an NSERC Postdoctoral Fellowship (http://www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca/Students-Etudiants/PD-NP/PDF-BP_eng.asp) or an NSERC graduate scholarship (http://www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca/Students-Etudiants/PG-CS/CGSD-BESCD_eng.asp). As such, interested candidates must be Canadian (or permanent residents of Canada), have excellent academic (and publication) records, and apply for these funding sources this fall. Postdoctoral applicants who receive an NSERC Fellowship will have their salary topped up by Baum Lab research funds. PhD applicants who receive an NSERC scholarship will have their stipends topped up by an additional internal UVic award.

If you meet the above criteria, please email Professor Julia Baum (baum@uvic.ca) as soon as possible because deadlines for fellowship and scholarship applications are coming up over the several weeks.

 

 

 

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Assistant Professor in Computational Biology. Application dealine: 01 December 2019.

The Department of Biology in the Faculty of Science at York University invites applications for a tenure-track professorial-stream appointment in Computational Biology at the Assistant Professor level, to commence 01 July 2020. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. All York University positions are subject to budgetary approval.

Applicants must have a PhD and postdoctoral experience in Biology or a related discipline, an outstanding research record that includes excellent research output and momentum as well as publishing in high-quality refereed journals, in addition to demonstrated excellence or promise of excellence in teaching and scholarly research.

We invite applications from all disciplines in Biology, where the applicant’s primary research focus is using computational methods.  The successful candidate will be expected to develop an innovative independent research program and will be able to collaborate with a diverse research group in the Department of Biology.  In addition, there are opportunities to interact with the Centre for Biomolecular Interactions, the Centre for Research in Mass Spectroscopy and the Centre for Disease Modelling. Depending on the candidate’s research area, there is also the opportunity to join York University’s Canada First Research Excellence Fund (CFREF) program Vision: Science to Applications (VISTA).

The successful candidate is expected to teach at both the undergraduate and graduate level, ranging from introductory biology and biostatistics to advanced computational methods. The successful candidate must be suitable for prompt appointment to the Faculty of Graduate Studies. Pedagogical innovation in high priority areas such as experiential education and technology enhanced learning is preferred.

York University is an Affirmative Action (AA) employer and strongly values diversity, including gender and sexual diversity, within its community. Details about the AA Program, which applies to Aboriginal peoples, visible minorities, people with disabilities, and women, can be found at: www.yorku.ca/acadjobs or by calling the AA line at 416-736-5713. Applicants wishing to self-identify as part of York University’s Affirmative Action program can do so by downloading, completing and submitting the form found at: http://acadjobs.info.yorku.ca/affirmative-action/self-identification-form. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens, permanent residents and Indigenous peoples in Canada will be given priority. No application will be considered without a completed mandatory Work Status Declaration form which can be found at http://acadjobs.info.yorku.ca/affirmative-action/work-authorization-form. Completed self-identification and work status forms should sent to biojobs@yorku.ca with “Computational Biology” in the subject line.

York University has a policy on Accommodation in Employment for Persons with Disabilities and is committed to working towards a barrier-free workplace and to expanding the accessibility of the workplace to persons with disabilities. Candidates who require accommodation during the selection process are invited to contact Dr Roberto Quinlan, Chair of the Computational Biology Search Committee, at rquinlan@yorku.ca.

The deadline for receipt of completed applications is 01 December 2019. Applicants should email their curriculum vitae, an outline of research plans, a statement of teaching philosophy and experience, and copies of three publications to biojobs@yorku.ca with “Computational Biology” in the subject line. Long-listed applicants will be requested to arrange for three signed confidential letters of recommendation to be sent to Dr. Roberto Quinlan, Chair of the Computational Biology Search Committee, Department of Biology, York University; referees should be advised to address the candidate’s qualifications and experience in relation to the position.  Requested letters of recommendation should be submitted to biojobs@yorku.ca with “Computational Biology” in the subject line.

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Postdoctoral project: Modeling regeneration patterns in the Acadian Forest Region of North America

The K.-C.-Irving Chair in Environmental Sciences and Sustainable Development at Université de Moncton and the Northern Hardwood Research Institute Inc. (New Brunswick, Canada) are seeking a postdoctoral researcher to fill a position starting in Fall 2019.

The project aims at developing modeling tools to predict regeneration patterns of commercial hardwood species in the Acadian Forest Region of North America. The project will produce deliverables targeted for the scientific community, forest companies and governmental agencies about the predicted impacts of environmental and sylvicultural factors on regeneration of commercial hardwood species. These deliverables will contain specific recommendations that forest companies and governmental agencies can use to sustainably conduct their sylvicultural activities in hardwood and mixed-wood stands.

Supervision : Marie-Andrée Giroux (Université de Moncton) and Gaétan Pelletier (Northern Hardwood Research Institute Inc., Edmundston)

Collaborators: Chris Hennigar (ERD-NB), Nelson Thiffault and Mathieu Fortin (Canadian Wood Fibre Centre, Canadian Forest Service)

Fellowship : 45 000$

Duration : 1 year

Required qualifications : • PhD in forestry, biology, environment, mathematics, statistics or related discipline (if the PhD is in mathematics or statistics, experience in the following disciplines is required: forestry, biology or environmental sciences). PhD must have been granted no more than five years prior to the project’s start date. • Publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals • Strong skills in: analyses (mathematical and/or statistical modelling), scientific communication (written and oral), collaborative work • Autonomy

Language: English (required), French (preferred)

Closing date: Open until filled

Application: CV (including a list of publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals), letter of motivation, names and contact information of 3 referents

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PhD or MSc POSITION: AQUATIC INVASION ECOLOGY – McGILL UNIVERSITY

The Ricciardi Lab at McGill University (http://redpath-staff.mcgill.ca/ricciardi/) is looking for a graduate student at the PhD or MSc level to investigate the impacts of invasive fishes and invertebrates on freshwater food webs under the context of climate warming. This project examines two major environmental stressors acting on aquatic ecosystems and is highly relevant to risk assessment and aquatic conservation.

The new student will be able to interact with an exceptional group of ecologists, conservation biologists, and evolutionary biologists in the McGill Biology department. She/he could also have the opportunity to interact with government scientists (e.g. Fisheries and Oceans Canada) and an informal international research network whose members include some of the world’s leading invasion ecologists. Opportunities to do field work or experiments in a research lab overseas (e.g. the U.K., or South Africa) are possible through these collaborations. Furthermore, our students are able to take a unique graduate-level course on Invasion Ecology at McGill.

The candidate will have completed a BSc Honors or MSc degree by Spring 2020, and have some independent research experience and training in aquatic ecology. Owing to funding requirements, we are aiming this advertisement at Canadians (or permanent residents of Canada) who have excellent academic records and are likely to qualify for a major scholarship from NSERC (http://nserc-crsng.gc.ca/Students-Etudiants/PG-CS/index_eng.asp) or Quebec FQRNT  (http://www.frqnt.gouv.qc.ca/en/bourses-et-subventions/). Successful applicants must meet the requirements of the graduate program of the McGill Department of Biology  (http://biology.mcgill.ca/grad/gradstudies.html) to enrol for September 2020. Those students who receive a major scholarship will have their stipends topped up by an additional internal award.

If you meet the above criteria, you are encouraged to contact Prof. Anthony Ricciardi (tony.ricciardi@mcgill.caas soon as possible because deadlines for scholarship applications are coming up over the several weeks.

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Assistant Professor – Microbial Ecology and Evolution – University of Toronto Mississauga. Application deadline: October 12, 2019.

Microbial Biology & Evolution 1902892

The Department of Biology at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) invites applications for a tenure-stream appointment in Microbial Ecology and Evolution, at the rank of Assistant Professor, commencing July 1, 2020, or shortly thereafter.

Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Biology or closely related field and demonstrated excellence in research and teaching. Post-doctoral experience is preferred.

We are searching for an outstanding scientist who addresses fundamental questions in the ecology, evolution or systematics of viral, prokaryotic (bacteria and cyanobacteria) or eukaryotic (e.g. fungi, simple algae) microbes. The department is particularly interested in an individual whose research, teaching and technical experience would complement our existing departmental strengths. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

• genetics, ecology, or evolution of chemical or antibiotic resistance
• ecology and evolution of microbiomes and metagenomes
• host-symbiont coevolution
• ecology, evolution, genetics of microbial diseases
• ecology, evolution, genetics of microbially-mediated mutualisms
• population genetics and genomics of microbes
• systematics (fungal, algal, or protozoan)

The successful candidate must demonstrate excellence in research with a record of publications in top-ranked, peer reviewed and field-relevant academic journals, presentations at significant conferences, awards/accolades, and the submitted research statement, as well as strong endorsements by referees of top international stature. The successful candidate must also have demonstrated excellence in teaching related activities that can include performance as a teaching assistant or a course instructor, experience leading successful workshops or seminars, student mentorship, or conference presentations or posters.

The successful applicant is expected to develop and maintain an active, independent, innovative and externally funded program of research in the Department of Biology, University of Toronto Mississauga. This individual will also be appointed to the tri-campus graduate Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Toronto. For more information on the Department of Biology please visit our webpage at www.utm.utoronto.ca/biology. Information on the graduate unit can be found at www.eeb.utoronto.ca.

The University of Toronto Mississauga and its affiliated institutions offer a stimulating and supportive environment with a variety of facilities and a highly interactive community of researchers. Excellent opportunities exist for collaboration within the
Department of Biology, with other departments at UTM, as well as with faculty at the St. George and Scarborough campuses of the University of Toronto.

Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
All qualified applicants are invited to apply online by clicking the link below. Applications must include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement outlining current and future research interests, three representative publications, and a teaching statement with evidence supporting excellence in teaching.

Submission guidelines can be found at: http://uoft.me/ how-to-apply. We recommend combining attached documents into one or two files in PDF/MS Word files in the following format: 1) Letter, CV, research statement, and teaching statement 2) Publications.
Applicants must arrange for three letters of reference from individuals familiar with the candidate’s research and teaching to be sent directly to: Dr. Joel Levine, Chair, Department of Biology, University of Toronto Mississauga, by email (letters must be printed on letterhead, signed, dated and scanned) to: biology.utm@utoronto.ca.

If you have any questions regarding this position, please contact Prof. Joel Levine at biology.utm@utoronto.ca. All application materials, including reference letters, must be received by the closing date, October 12, 2019 11:59 pm EST.

The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from racialized persons / persons of colour, women, Indigenous / Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

As part of your application, you will be asked to complete a brief Diversity Survey. This survey is voluntary. Any information directly related to you is confidential and cannot be accessed by search committees or human resources staff. Results will be aggregated for institutional planning purposes. For more information, please see http://uoft.me/UP.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

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Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Faculty of Science at York University. Application deadline: November 1, 2019.

Position Rank: Full Time Professorial Stream – Assistant Professor
Discipline/Field: Field Biology
Home Faculty: Science
Home Department/Area/Division: Biology
Affiliation/Union: YUFA
Position Start Date: July 1, 2020

The Department of Biology, Faculty of Science at York University invites applications for a tenure-track professorial-stream appointment in Field Biology at the Assistant Professor level, to commence July 1, 2020. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. All York University positions are subject to budgetary approval.

The successful candidate will have an outstanding early career record in ecological field research at the organismal, population or community levels of study. These areas of ecology intersect a broad suite of ecological theories including (but not restricted to) those in landscape ecology, conservation biology, plant/animal physiology, disease transmission and population genetics. Key criteria will include exploration of ecological questions across taxa, expertise in a variety of field biology experimental techniques and strong empirical skills.

The successful candidate will join a strong ecological research community in the Department of Biology that includes a Canada Research Chair in Ecotoxicology, a York Research Chair (YRC) in Global Change Biology and a YRC in Genomics.

The Biology Department is a member of the Ontario Program in Field Biology and also offers stand-alone local field courses. This position will enhance current teaching in Field Biology, Ecology, and Environmental Management, and involve the supervision of honours thesis field projects. Collaborations between research groups within Biology, Glendon College, and the newly proposed Faculty of Environment are anticipated.

The successful candidate will have a PhD in Biology or related discipline, postdoctoral experience, an outstanding research record that includes excellent research output and momentum as well as publishing in very high-quality refereed journals, demonstrated excellence or promise of excellence in teaching and scholarly research, and will be expected to develop an innovative independent research program.

The candidate must be eligible for prompt appointment to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and will teach in both undergraduate and graduate level courses. Pedagogical innovation in high priority areas such as experiential education and technology enhanced learning is preferred.

Further information about the Department of Biology in the Faculty of Science can be found at http://science.yorku.ca/biology/.

York University has a policy on Accommodation in Employment for Persons with Disabilities and is committed to working towards a barrier-free workplace and to expanding the accessibility of the workplace to persons with disabilities. Candidates who require accommodation during the selection process are invited to contact Dr. Bridget Stutchbury, Chair of the Search Committee at bstutch@yorku.ca.

York University is an Affirmative Action (AA) employer and strongly values diversity, including gender and sexual diversity, within its community. The AA Program, which applies to women, members of visible minorities (racialized groups), Aboriginal (Indigenous) people and persons with disabilities, can be found at http://acadjobs.info.yorku.ca/ or by calling the AA line at 416-736-5713. Applicants wishing to self-identify as part of York University’s Affirmative Action program can do so by downloading, completing and submitting the form found at: http://acadjobs.info.yorku.ca/affirmative-action/self-identification-form/. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; applicants who are external to York University will not be considered without a completed mandatory Work Status Declaration form which can be found at http://acadjobs.info.yorku.ca/affirmative-action/work-authorization-form. Completed forms should sent to biojobs@yorku.ca with “Field Biology” in the subject line.

The deadline for receipt of completed applications is November 1, 2019. Applicants should email their curriculum vitae, an outline of research plans, a statement of teaching philosophy and experience, and copies of three publications to biojobs@yorku.ca with “Field Biology” in the subject line, and arrange for three signed reference letters to be sent by the same deadline to the same email address.

Posting End Date: November 1, 2019

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