The Department of Entomology will fill a tenured Endowed Chair with an internationally recognized mid- to senior-career scientist in any aspect of Urban Entomology available October 1, 2017. The successful candidate will conduct fundamental and applied research on insects of importance to California’s urban environment and structural pest control industry. Research areas could include, but would not be limited to behavior, ecology, genetics, physiology and toxicology of urban and structural pests. The successful candidate will be expected to take a leadership role in urban pest management programs and interact with the structural pest control industry and the public. Research efforts must be consistent with the mission of the Agricultural Experiment Station and directed towards managing insects of importance to structures in the urban environment. Applicants must hold a Ph.D. in Entomology or related Life Science discipline. The successful candidate must demonstrate evidence of strong training and experience with modern biological approaches to the study of integrated pest management of insects of importance in the urban environment. Continue reading
This position is located within the Department of the Interior, Office of the Secretary, National Invasive Species Council, in Washington, DC. This is a permanent, senior-level position with substantial, high-profile responsibilities. The incumbent serves as the National Invasive Species Council (NISC) Secretariat’s Senior Scientific and Technical Analyst. NISC was established by Executive Order 13112 (EO 13112; Invasive Species Executive Order). The Department of the Interior, Office of Policy, Management and Budget, has responsibility for providing administrative and staffing support to the NISC Secretariat. Following priorities, guidelines, and strategic plans established by the Executive Director, the incumbent ensures effective day-to-day leadership and coordination of the scientific and technical activities necessary for the NISC Secretariat to implement its duties in a timely, credible, and highly effective manner. Continue reading
The New York State Integrated Pest Management program (NYSIPM) at Cornell University is hiring four specialists to promote the adoption of IPM in New York State. All positions will be housed on either the Geneva or Ithaca campuses of Cornell University. The positions are:
- Biocontrol Specialist (Extension Associate)
- Alternative Weed Management Specialist (Extension Associate)
- Coordinator for the Network for Environment and Weather Applications (Extension Associate)
- Coordinator for Livestock and Field Crops IPM (Senior Extension Associate)
Across California, the University of California’s Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR) is an engine for problem solving. Serving as the network linking local issues to the power of UC research, our more than 300 campus-based specialists and county-based advisors work as teams to bring practical, unbiased, science-based answers to Californians.
We seek an academic advisor who can conduct a multi-county-based extension, education and applied research program in IPM, with an emphasis in entomology and provide leadership in promoting IPM through research, training and extension activities.
The IPM Institute is seeking a highly motivated and self directed person with management experience to contribute leadership and oversight to the IPM Institute as a co-director. The co-director will be responsible for leading development of community IPM initiatives, engaging with clients and funders, HR development, strategic planning and working with the board of directors. Applicants must have experience and knowledge of current trends in IPM and sustainability and excellent communication, interpersonal, networking, advocacy and decision-making skills. Salary range for the co-director position is $45,000 – $60,000 commensurate with experience and includes a comprehensive benefits package. More.
The Collection Manager is involved in all aspects of care and maintenance of the Field Museum insect collection and collaborates with Curators in management of the collection. This position will also interact with the FMNH Action and Integrative Research Centers, as well as Education and Exhibits.
As Associate Director for Urban and Community IPM, this position takes leadership on urban IPM issues and is responsible for developing and supporting teams engaged in planning, coordinating and implementing outreach, research, publications and web materials, and developing collaborative relationships within ANR and beyond. This position is also responsible for seeing that the program priorities for urban IPM, as established through the strategic planning process, are implemented. The position provides oversight on content of urban educational materials, leadership for development of educational programs in urban IPM, and guidance for priorities established for the UC IPM activities in the urban area.