The School of Forestry at Northern Arizona University invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor of Ecohydrology and Watershed Management. This is a 9-month, tenure-track appointment. We seek an applicant with expertise in ecohydrology and watershed management, broadly defined, whose interests will support, build, and complement the School of Forestry’s and NAU’s programs in these and related areas. The successful applicant will be expected to teach courses in support of our undergraduate and graduate forestry programs, develop a productive, externally-funded research program, advise graduate students (MF, MS, and PhD), and serve the School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University, and the profession. NAU affirms the importance and critical need for diversity, equity, inclusion and justice (DEIJ) in higher education and we seek to hire an individual with a strong track record of engagement with DEIJ in their professional endeavors. We require as part of your application inclusion of a one-page DEIJ statement that addresses your values and/or philosophy, accomplishments, experiences, education, and training with DEIJ. We highly encourage the integration of one or more of the following considerations into your statement and to be as specific and concrete as possible in any examples you provide. Past and future integration of DEIJ aspects and issues into your teaching and research activities, and any impact of that DEIJ inclusion on students, the institution, your discipline, and the larger community. Academic, professional, industry, and/or community service that contributes to building respectful and inclusive organizational climates, advances institutional recruitment of marginalized people, and raises awareness of DEIJ issues. The anticipated start date for this position is August 2022. Minimum Qualifications Ph.D. in ecohydrology, watershed management or a closely related field conferred by the start date. At least one degree in forestry or a closely related natural resource management field. Preferred Qualifications Demonstrated record of securing, or evidence of the potential to secure, external funding to support research. Demonstrated teaching experience in subjects such as ecohydrology or watershed management. Professional experience working in fields closely related to ecohydrology and watershed management. Demonstrated experience with or commitment to working with people from a variety of culturally diverse backgrounds.
Ph.D. in ecohydrology, watershed management or a closely related field conferred by the start date. At least one degree in forestry or a closely related natural resource management field.
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