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Current Openings at the UT Lake Erie Center - 3 jobs
This position will also support the Lake Erie Center in all of its Information Technology needs. This position will create web-based databases and integrate online forms and reporting for Lake Erie Center programs. The position will also be in charge of audiovisual operations at Lake Erie Center events and conferences. In the absence or unavailability of the director this position may represent the Lake Erie Center at meetings, professional lunches, etc. This will include communicating and interacting with high level governmental officials, and Ph.D. researchers
- Bachelors degree required
- 1-2 years experience in creating and maintaining a professional website required.
- Experience creating and editing professional communications materials, brochures, articles, etc.
- Experience with computer web databases and statistics required.
- Interpersonal communication skills (oral and written) are necessary to represent the Lake Erie Center with high level governmental officials and Ph.D. scientists.
- Candidates must be creative and have excellent writing, editing, English language, and presentation skills.
- Bachelors preferred in Information Technology, Computer Science, Geography, Ecology, Biology, or related field.
- Masters Degree preferred.
- Experience and/or coursework with Geographic Information Systems software preferred.
- Background knowledge of Lake Erie, the Great Lakes, and the basics in the fields of ecology, fisheries, geography, biology, and chemistry preferred.
Additional Details, and to apply: https://jobs.utoledo.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=178952
Ph.D. Fellow, Fish Genetics & Genomics
PhD research assistantship for new project on Yellow Perch and invasive Eurasian Ruffe comparative population genomics/genetics, Next-generation Sequencing, kin selection, and chemical cues that may regulate homing. Ph.D. in Biology-Ecology Track through The Department of Environmental Sciences at the University of Toledo http://www.utoledo.edu/nsm/envsciences/grad/index.htm. State of the art project in Great Lakes Genetics/Genomics Lab http://www.utoledo.edu/nsm/lec/research/glgl/index.html,which is nationally and internationally well-known, well-published, and well-funded, with excellent placement of graduate students as federal agency researchers, postdocs, and university professors. Project work will be at the University of Toledo’s Lake Erie Center (http://www.utoledo.edu/nsm/lec/). Apply now to begin the Fall 2014 or Spring 2015 semester. Ok to start in summer 2014 too. RAship: $23,000 annual stipend, tuition, general fees, and student medical insurance paid.
Excellent, hard-working Ph.D. graduate student to begin ASAP (get your application in now) for dissertation research on yellow perch and Eurasian ruffe population genetics and genomics, next-generation DNA sequencing, and kin selection and chemical cues that may regulate homing. Accomplished in writing, PCR, statistics, and field and laboratory skills. Preference to MS degree in hand and publication(s) in molecular ecology, fisheries, population genetics, or a related field. Required: GPA 3.0+, GRE (verbal+quantitative) of 1100 (303 on the new GRE grading scale) and 4.5 analytical writing, respectively. Foreign students: minimum TOEFL of 250 (computer-based, or 600 paper-based) and 450 (150 on the new GRE grading scale) on the verbal GRE are required.
How to Apply
Send CV, cover letter, unofficial transcripts, GRE scores, TOEFL if foreign applicant to Dr. Carol Stepien via email@example.com. Must meet minimum scores above. Apply to PhD in Biology-Ecology track in Dept. Environmental Sciences: http://www.utoledo.edu/nsm/envsciences/grad/degreereq/phd_bio.html
The University of Toledo is an Equal Access, Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer and Educator and is committed to increasing the diversity of our campus.
Reports to: Lake Erie Center Communications & Technology Specialist, Lake Erie Center Director
Duties: Assist LEC staff with various projects & programs throughout the year; give facility tours; assist with event setup; help setup and maintain educational displays throughout the building; help with school group visits; help design and print LEC literature and posters; assist with daily office tasks as needed.
Qualifications: We seek an enthusiastic student with good writing and communication skills, careful attention to detail, and demonstrated reliability. Interest and/or experience in the Great Lakes and strong computer skills a plus.
- Must be a UT graduate or undergraduate student (can be work-study) willing to work off-campus at the Lake Erie Center.
- Position is paid, FT summer (number of hours negotiable), with schedule to be set based on the needs of students and LEC staff.
- Willingness to work evenings approximately once per month (5 pm – 8 pm) a plus, but not required.
To apply: Send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include at least two work or character references.