Job Opening

LECTURER IN ENVIRONMENTAL EARTH SCIENCE

The Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis invites applications for a 9-month lectureship for the 2019-2020 academic year. The selected applicant will support the department's undergraduate programs. Duties will include teaching two existing courses on Soil Science (Fall 2019) and Biogeochemistry (Spring 2020) plus two additional courses selected in consultation with the department, and additional duties such as assistance with labs or field trips.

Assistant Professor in Forest and Disturbed Soils UGA

The Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources at the University of Georgia is seeking applicants for a faculty position in Forest and Distrubed Soils.  This is a 9-month (0.75 EFT), tenure track appointment with 50% EFT research and 25% EFT teaching responsibilities at the Assistant Professor level. The selected candidate will be expected to develop a broad research program related to soil management.

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Postdoctoral position in critical zone modelling within the OZCAR, French Critical Zone Observatory network

Title: Modelling of the Critical Zone within the French Critical Zone Observatories network
Duration of the contract: 1 year (renewable to 2 years)
Starting date of the contract: April 2019
Gross salary: 2400-2600€ per month, according to qualification

Assistant Research Scientist, Geophysicist

The Illinois State Geological Survey is seeking an Assistant Research Scientist, Geophysicist to develop and sustain an independent geophysical research program aimed at innovative and strategic development, and applications of shallow and environmental seismic geophysical methods to contribute to multi-disciplinary research programs within the Prairie Research Institute and beyond. The position will be based in Champaign, Illinois.