Post Doctoral Work, Human-Environment Systems Center at Boise State University

High Divide region of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

Organization: The Human-Environment Systems Center at Boise State University

Duties: Conduct social-ecological research in the . Land use is changing rapidly in the region, and there is an urgent need to understand the decision-making behind these changes, and their impacts to biodiversity and ecosystem services. The successful candidate will be expected to design and lead transdisciplinary research, appropriate to their interests and expertise, consistent with the broader aims of HES. Applicants with a Ph.D. from across the social, behavioral, ecological, earth or environmental sciences will be considered. The post-doctoral scientist will be co-supervised by Drs. Jodi Brandt, Neil Carter, and Vicken Hillis.

Start and end dates: The preferred start date is January 2017, but is flexible, no later than May 2017.

Link to more information: View the full description and apply

Application deadline: Review of applications will begin December 19th and continue until the position is filled.