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Job opening for Field Stations Managing Director

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The University of Texas at Austin Field Station Network, operated by the Biodiversity Center, seeks a forward-looking Managing Director to develop and plan the operations and research activities across a growing network. While each field station provides significant research opportunities, the value of a field station network is fully realized when research and learning activities use the distributed sites synergistically to allow inference at larger scales and to address regional and global questions. They will be responsible for driving the development, operations and research coordination of UT Austin field stations. The Managing Director will consult with faculty user groups and College administration to optimize use for research, education and outreach. For more information about the University of Texas at Austin's Field Stations, please visit this page: https://biodiversity.utexas.edu/field-stations-page


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You will be asked to submit the following materials:

Resume/CV, 3 work references with their contact information (at least one reference should be from a supervisor), Letter of interest

Applications will be accepted until March 6, 2023. Review of applications will begin immediately.


Inquiries can be directed to:

Shalene Jha

Professor and Chair of the Search Committee


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