Faculty Position: Assistant Professor for a Soil Microbial Ecologist, University of Florida, USA

The Soil and Water Sciences Department of the University of Florida offers a tenure track position for a Soil Microbial Ecologist (job reference: 504793) with a research focus on characterization of interactions and communication among prokaryotes, and between prokaryotes and eukaryotes, in the soil. Interactions involving microorganisms are critical to the structure and function of natural microbial communities, and are essential to such disparate functions as rhizosphere processes, biodegradation, and biogeochemical cycling. Of particular interest are the factors that control the assembly and non-plant pathogenic activities between microorganisms, including prokaryotes and fungi, and agronomic or forest roots. Also of interest are those factors that coordinate the activities among microorganisms to affect critical ecosystem processes such as greenhouse gas production and biotransformation of contaminants, and the persistence of human pathogens.

More information can be found here. Review of applications will begin 15 January 2018 and continue until a suitable candidate is selected.

To apply

Apply online and Send your CV, contact information for four references, and a statement of research and teaching goals to: Dr. Andrew Ogram, Chair, Search and Screen Committee, Soil and Water Sciences Department, PO Box 110290, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611 (352-294-3138);

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