Tenure-Track Position in Agrobiology
Dryland agriculture is becoming ever more important in an era of human population growth and climate change, with consequent concerns regarding worldwide food and water security.
Candidates with demonstrated expertise in the fields of plant physiology, molecular biology, photosynthesis, plant nutrition and soil fertility, hydrometeorology, soil and rhizosphere biology, soil erosion, and systems/computational biology are invited to apply.
The successful candidate will be expected to develop an independent research program with specific reference to challenging environments (e.g., arid and semi-arid regions); supervise graduate students; teach undergraduate and graduate courses; demonstrate scientific leadership; obtain competitive research grants; and contribute to departmental and faculty activities and excellence.
Requirements: Candidates must demonstrate post-doctoral experience and a substantial record of scientific achievement in one of the above-mentioned topics.
Documents should include: Curriculum Vitae; a letter of intent, including current and future research activities and a teaching mission statement; and the names and contact information of four references who are familiar with your professional background.
Application Instructions: Please submit the following documents in a single PDF file to Prof. Naftali Lazarovitch at email@example.com (indicate “Faculty Position" in the subject line).