[tdwg] [JOB] Biodiversity Informatician at BRIT
jbest at brit.org
Mon Jan 28 23:07:15 CET 2013
The Botanical Research Institute of Texas in Fort Worth has a job opening for a biodiversity informatician open now. Details of this job posting are located on BRIT’s website, under About/Employment, on this page: http://www.brit.org/about/employment and below is a brief summary. Please forward to any colleagues who might be interested.
The Botanical Research Institute of Texas seeks a full-time researcher to work in the area of biodiversity informatics beginning as soon as possible. We seek a creative individual with experience conducting research using biodiversity informatics preferably involving plant information. The successful applicant will have a Ph.D. and experience generating and managing competitive research grants resulting in peer-reviewed publications. Training in botanical systematics and work within an herbarium is desirable but not required. Submit curriculum vitae; three letters of reference; top publications; specific statements about training, research accomplishments and objectives; and leadership experience, to: kbarfield at brit.org. Applications will be considered until the position is filled. Selection of applicants will be made through assessment of: 1) training/expertise, 2) research accomplishments and objectives, 3) competitive grant acquisition experience, 4) references, and 5) leadership.
Botanical Research Institute of Texas
1700 University Drive
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
817-332-4441 ext. 230
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