Open Positions in FNR
Natural Resources Lab Coordinator and Collections Curator
Purdue University’s Department of Forestry and Natural Resources solicits applicants to fill a full-time, fiscal-year position as Natural Resources Lab Coordinator and Collections Curator. The incumbent will: coordinate and participate in activities related to field and laboratory instruction of undergraduate natural resources courses that involve identification of plants and wildlife; develop and maintain the departmental collections of vertebrate and herbarium/arboretum specimens upon which these courses rely; organize equipment, vehicles and schedules, hire Teaching Assistants, provide orientations, and coordinate daily operations on behalf of faculty and staff as Director of the department's natural resources practicum; offer, on an annual basis, an undergraduate course in natural resources.
Extension Wildlife Specialist
The successful applicant will fulfill a functional allocation of 70% extension, 20% applied research and 10% teaching. He/she will provide leadership in planning, implementing, and evaluating extension programming statewide related to wildlife management, with special emphasis on harvested wildlife. Extension activities may include offering of short courses, training workshops, continuing education opportunities for natural resource professionals, and producing extension deliverables such as publications, videos, and presentations.
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